Brother Ken Clancy msc (RIP) – Funeral Details

Monday, April 9, 2018

Br Ken Plane

Our dear Brother Ken Clancy msc died on Friday 6 April 2018 at St Joseph’s Nursing Home at Kensington.

He was 92, born 3 July 1925, Professed 26 October 1960. (There will be more on Ken and his life with his Eulogy.)

He led a rich life in the service of others.  Many of us had the privilege and honour of experiencing the goodness of this wonderful msc man. He lived here at Chev with Fr John and Fr Terry for many years and was well known by many in the community for his social justice work and initiatives. He was a truly humble man and we have named our Orange House after him.

FUNERAL DETAILS:

Requiem Mass – Friday 13 April 11am

Sacred Heart Monastery Chapel – followed by lunch in the Monastery Dining Room

1 Roma Avenue, Kensington NSW 2033

 

Burial – Friday 13 April 2:30pm

St Mary’s Towers 

415 Douglas Park Dr, Douglas Park NSW 2569

 

Brief Memorial at Chev

For those of you who are unable to get to Brother Ken’s Requiem Mass in Kensington or his burial at St Mary’s Towers, you are most welcome to join us for a brief Memorial Service to be held in Prentice Chapel this Friday 13 April from 11:10 – 11:40am.

Due to the lack of parking on campus, we will need you to nominate if you are attending this event so that we can direct you to appropriate parking areas.  Please email Leanne Stone – paststudents@chevalier.nsw.edu.au to register your interest.

 


To read more about Br Ken Clancy’s fascinating life story, please follow this LINK.

Clancy BikeKen Riversdale
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Br Ken Clancy - at Chevalier Day 50th Anniv Speech Staff and Friends Morning Tea Bro Ken Clancy and Paul Jones Bro Ken Clancy and Carol Virtue Br Ken iiBr Kens Last Harrah at ChevBr Ken



  • Adrian and Tara McInnes

    RIP Br Clancy thank you for being the kindest holiest friend to Dad and I during the last year and prior years. You are missed.

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