Clarice Sargent

SARGENT, Clarice…
Peacefully surrounded by those she loved at University Hospital, on Wednesday, February 1, 2023, Clarice Sargent passed away at the age of 83. Beloved wife of the late James Sargent (2005). Dear mother of Wendy Smith (Dan) and Tara Morley (Bill). Cherished Nan of Brittany Wraith (Scott), Kylie Smith (Andrew Truscott), Chris Morley and Nick Morley and GG to Grayson and Hunter. Dear sister of Gloria Topping and Iris Waite (Bob) and CoCo to Paula, Brent, Robin, Cindy, Sandra, and Deanna. Clarice will be fondly remembered by all extended family and friends.

Clarice was a vibrant woman with a passion for life, she treasured her friends and family, she enjoyed spending her time playing Euchre, and was a long standing member of the Forest Hill Proudfoot Senior’s Club. Clarice was a lifelong volunteer at many charities throughout London and area.

The family wishes to extend a heartful thank you to all those who were part of Clarice’s medical care both at home and hospital over the last several months, we will be forever grateful for your care and compassion.

Cremation has taken place. A celebration of Clarice’s life will be held in the spring and will be announced. For those wishing to honour Clarice a donation to Indspire, 1002-555 Richmond Street West, Toronto ON M5V 3B1 or a charity of your choice, would be greatly appreciated. Arrangements entrusted with Cremation London & Middlesex, 519-858-2467. Online condolences shared at

  1. Dear Wendy and Dan and your family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Please know we are are holding you in our prayers.
    Jack and Kathy McCallum

  2. My deepest condolences to the entire family .
    Clarice was my client for many years . I really enjoyed our lovely conversations and her passion for life ,family and big earrings !
    She will be missed .
    Robyn Hall
    At Your Service for Seniors

  3. So sorry to about passing of clarice we had a lot fun with family over the years we all send our prayers Sandy Anita Mckay and the Mckay Family

  4. To Brittany, Kylie, Wendy, Dan, and family,

    I was sad to hear about Nan’s passing and glad to read that she received compassionate care in her last several months. I was inspired by your words about her lifelong volunteer work. I remember visiting her at her apartment and spending time with her over at your place. She was always kind to me and, when I think back, I have senses of laughter, lightness, care, and energy from the times that I was around her. I’m sending all of you love as you find new ways of being with your Nan/mom and get used the to change in the days ahead.

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