We Remember

CLAGGETT, Mark Eric

May 28, 1950 — July 21, 2022

We are sad to announce that Mark passed away on Thursday, July 21, 2022, with his family by his side.  He fought a very valiant fight with esophageal cancer.

Mark will be forever remembered by his wife of 42 years, Sandy; his two daughters Lindsay (Kevan) Hickerson and Brittany; his first granddaughter Lillian; his mother Marguerite; his father-in-law Don; brothers and sisters-in-law Bill and Lorna Wilson, and Dan and Judy Rohl; as well as several nieces and nephews. Mark was predeceased by his father Eric and his mother-in-law Esther.

Mark was a lover of the great outdoors enjoying many camping, fishing, and boating adventures. He passed his love of nature and of travel on to his daughters. Mark made many friends and cherished them all dearly.

In lieu of flowers, we would ask that you consider making a donation to the BC Cancer Foundation or a charity of your choice in Mark’s name.

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  • Jennifer park says:

    Sandy I was devastated to hear about Mark when I came back to work today. I am sending you the biggest hug and healing vibes. You two are a wonderful couple and the support you have shown him over the months is what a true relationship is made of. He fought a very hard battle and was thrown many obstacles over his hospital stay. I am so happy he got to meet baby Lily and to see his smile when he talked about her or showed me her latest pictures was truly heart warming. I hope your heart is able to heal, although I’m sure Mark took a chunk of it with him as he was truly an amazing soul. Sending you so much love ❤️
    Jen From 3 west

    • Sandy Claggett says:

      Thank you so much Jen! You took such good care of Mark, pushing him when needed, encouraging him always but especially taking the time in your busy shift to chat for a minute or two. We both felt valued and respected, you always answered our questions.
      Take care and enjoy every minute with your family ❤️ You are truly an earthly 😇

  • Wendy Ti gley says:

    Sandy and family. I am soo sorry to hear about Mark.
    I have so many wonderful memories of Mark.
    “Memories are like threads of gold. They never tarnish nor grow old.”
    .love, Wendy T xxx

  • Trevor and Lillian Davis says:

    Our deepest sympathy for all the family, sending love and peace your way from Trevor, Liliane, Jesse and Jenny

  • Dominic and Sharon Petraroia says:

    Sandy,
    We were saddened to hear of Mark’s passing. He was a wonderful person and put up such a courageous fight over these last months. Our heartfelt condolences in these difficult times. Dom & Sharon Petraroia

  • Wendy Tingley says:

    Sandy and family,
    We are soo sorry to hear of Mark’s passing.
    I have many wonderful memories of you and Mark in 70’s and 80’s.
    Memories are made of gold. They never tarnish they never grow old.
    Mark you now have your wings and are flying with the Angel’s.
    Love ,
    Tony and Wendy T

  • Richard Cooper says:

    I was so sorry to hear of Mark’s passing. Remember living down the road from you and looking after your place when you were on vacation. Remember Mark’s many visit’s to the house to visit and laugh with Dad and I and talk about the great outdoors.
    Please accept sincere condolences and hugs to you Sandy. With much love,
    Richard C and family

  • Reg Rohl & Family says:

    Dear Sandy Thinking of you & your beautiful family, as we were saddened to hear of Mark’s passing. We will always remember his kindness & wonderful sense of humor. With all our love, always,
    Reg & Donna Mae Rohl & Family

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