Clayton John Spendiff

February 15, 1955 - June 3, 2023
June 28, 2023 5 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

Clayton John Spendiff chose to rest his soul near his home in Edmonton, Saturday June 3 rd. 2023 at the age of 68. Clayton was born on February 15, 1955, in High Prairie and was the oldest of 6 children born to John and Frieda Spendiff. He grew up on the family farm and took his schooling in High Prairie from Gr. 1-12.

After completion of school. He ventured off to Edmonton and found employment in the trucking world and later partnered up with others in the the COOP taxi business. In Sept 2005 he was blessed with the arrival of his son Daniel, who was his pride and joy. As Daniel grew, Clayton took immense pleasure in sharing pictures of himself & Daniel or sharing news of Daniels
school activities and other adventures. In 2012 he brought his stepdaughter Phanida(Phikuls daughter) to Canada to join the family.

Over the years when summer holidays came along, Clayton could be found camping at the lake by Joussard with the kids and fishing. He also injoyed, playing the stock market, travelling, the company of lifelong friends, socializing; be it on a beach, around a campfire, or fishing or hunting. Most recently, he could hardly wait to get away for the winter to someplace HOT.

Clayton is survived by his son Daniel Spendiff, stepdaughter Phanida Sukat, mother of his son Phikul Sukdat, brother Charlie (Deb) Spendiff of Bentley, sister Marlene (Terry) Mullinger of Three Hills, brother Lorne (Karmen) Spendiff of Kamloops, and brother Neil (Anne)Spendiff of Prince George, as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and a host of longtime friends and acquaintances. He was predeceased by his dad John and mom Frieda and brother Gary.

There is no funeral service at his request.

  1. My deepest condolences to the Spendiff family. Losing a loved one always leaves an emptiness in our heart. Your memories of Clayton will be with you forever. With Love, Judy (Spendiff) Corbett

  2. Very sorry to hear of Clayton’s passing. May the special memories that you all have made together help you through this difficult time. Our sincere condolences to the family.❤️

    -Gale and Randy Spendiff

  3. Iam so deeply sorry for the loss of cousin Clayton. Wishing his family my condolences. Hoping he has found peace.

  4. My best friend throughout my adult years. We were both friends and businessman. Clayton was more than a friend. I only wish I could see him one last time. My heart is broken as I wish I could have seen him one last time. As Clayton said to me. “You’ve been a good friend and I will see you on the next life.

  5. Clayton was a stand up guy. I drove his cab during night shift while he drove days. A well mannered and a very diligent man. He was much like a big brother to me, and for that, I shall always remain grateful.

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