MacLeod, Clint Lyle Joseph

Clint Lyle Joseph MacLeod, an electronics engineering technician and business owner, died unexpectedly on June12, 2019 at the age of 37 at his home in Brampton, Ontario.
Clint is survived by his wife, Stefanie Augustin, and his parents Lyle and Suzie MacLeod.  He is predeceased by his pépère, Joseph Martel, his mémère, Ida Martel (née Beauchamp), his grandfather John MacLeod, his grandmother, Madeliene MacLeod (Ferro) and his beloved and faithful canine companion, Tucker.
Clint was born in Elliot Lake, Ontario on December 23, 1981 and grew up in Niagara Falls, Ontario where he leaves many friends. He graduated Niagara College in Welland, Ontario and moved to Brampton in October 2005.  He later married his beloved wife Stefanie on October 7, 2017.
He is survived by his aunts Catherine MacLeod, Carol MacLeod (the late Frank MacDonald), Amy MacLeod (Greg Vanclief), Carmen Martel-Stempel (Hans Stempel) and Liette Martel-Mansfield (David Mansfield).  He is also survived by his uncles Alain Martel, Lester MacLeod (Cynthia Palm), Neil MacLeod (Lea Ladouceur).
Clint leaves behind his cousins Scott Mansfield (Katie Syrette), Alexandra Stempel, Steven Audet, Samuel and Jessie Martel, Ashley MacLeod (Jordan Coventry) Maddy MacLeod, Arwen Vanclief, and Colin MacLeod.  He also leaves behind his loving in-laws and a host of loving friends.
Clint will be remembered for both his tender heart and wicked sense of humor.  He was a devoted Toronto Maple Leafs fan, and a 311 and Tragically Hip super fan.  He enjoyed home renos, working in his yard, parties and celebrations of all kinds, good music, good food and hot sauce.  He had been a ball hockey player and ball hockey coach for many years.
A Celebration of Life will take place from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 7th, 2019 at The Brampton Irish Centre, 5-20 Strathearn Ave, Brampton, ON L6T 4P7.    No formal attire please. Light refreshments will be served.  No alcohol permitted at the venue.
In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.

17 replies
  1. Debbie Walton
    Debbie Walton says:

    I am in total shock. I know I am very late finding out this news but my heart breaks reading this. I was only in Clint’s life for a short time but it was a miracle that our paths crossed. He saved me from a difficult situation and I was super fortunate to rent his basement. I remember his yummy macaroni and affection for olives, his passion for ball hockey and his intense talent for renovating. Clint always lived his life to the fullest and put his heart into everything he did. I am so thankful for the time I knew him, the renovation projects he helped me with and for just being a great human. My condolences to the family. Rest well Clint.

  2. Rick Nieuwenhuysen
    Rick Nieuwenhuysen says:

    Clint was my business aquentance. Over the years he would come into my shop and we would talk about anything. He was outspoken and he was a go getter always trying to work on the sale. I am glad to have known Clint and he will be missed by many who have dealt with him.

    RiP my friend

  3. alexandra
    alexandra says:

    As only children, cousins are like siblings. Clint was my cousin but I always considered him a brother and he always treated me little his little sister. From locking me in the closet as as a kid at memeres to decorating the christmas cookies ugly just to make me mad. Clint would bring me to a concert and buy me drinks but he would always make sure to embarrass me. Clint had the kindest heart and was always making me laugh. I will miss him forever.

    Suzie, Lyle and Stef, my heart goes out to you. I love you guys.

    Clint, I’ll make sure to decorate a few ugly cookies in your honour. Until we meet again.

  4. Ena & Mike Ladouceur
    Ena & Mike Ladouceur says:

    Mike and I were shocked and saddened to hear of Clints passing. Please accept our sincere condolences of this terrible loss.

  5. Samuel Martel
    Samuel Martel says:

    As cousins sharing the same grandparents, uncles and aunts, I know he was really loved and will be sorely missed. The few memories i have of him are warm memories of how nicely he treated my brother and I when we were younger, and i’m sure he carried that same kindness with him through life. Maybe we can catch up where souls go next. Rest easy, Clint.

  6. Delores Lanni
    Delores Lanni says:

    I’m so shocked and sad to read of Clint’s passing. I have so many wonderful memories of him. We were on the high school swim team together for some time and we used to drive together to early morning practices. He was a wonderful friend with a kind heart and amazing sense of humour. We lost touch after graduation but I always thought fondly of him. My deepest condolences to Clint’s family. I’m keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.

  7. Jessica
    Jessica says:

    Clint will be missed.
    He was my buddy on the 311 cruise to Jamaica. We carried the same love for 311 and jammed to the best band.
    He made my trip so much more fun!
    I never thought I could laugh so much!
    Sleep well my buddy!

  8. Carmen Martel Stempel
    Carmen Martel Stempel says:

    My dearest Clint , my mind is flooded of memories of you , from the day you were born , the in between, and the last time I saw you , you , Alex and I had decorated Xmas cookies . I will miss your beautiful smile for ever and always. I can’t say goodbye so I’ll say till we meet again.
    Adieux ❤️❤️❤️❤️


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