• Saturday, May 7
    1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Saturday, May 7
3:00 PM at M.A.Clark and Sons
Roy Brooksbank

April 27, 1927 - April 5, 2022

On April 5th 2022, peacefully, and on his own terms, the world lost a shining light. Roy Brooksbank in his 95th year, was a beautiful example of a life well lived. His complete devotion to his family, deep faith and love for service, shaped who Roy was and allowed him to create a legacy that goes beyond the material. Roy leaves behind a family he was incredibly proud of. Loving husband, and partner in his life for 73 years to Anne, father to Douglas, Arlene (Bartley) Campbell and Susanne. Doting grandfather of eight, always eager to support any interest of theirs with a passion like he was out there himself. Great grand-father to 13. Roy, the Wee Chirper, Brooky, Gramps, Grampa, we will miss you and nothing can replace the hole you leave in the heart of everyone that you have blessed. You should be incredibly proud of the beautiful legacy you have left for generations to come.

God has finally met you "At the River" and has welcomed you home. "Well done good and faithful servant"

Visitation on May 7, 2022, from 1pm to 3pm, with service at 3pm at M.A. Clark & Sons Funeral Home at 567 Upper Wellington St, Hamilton, On.
Published by The Hamilton Spectator on Apr. 7, 2022.
Book of Condolences
Tracey Telfer

Posted on: April 11, 2022

I am so very sorry to Hear of Uncle Roys passing. I loved him so as he was always so good to me . I was married to Ian Lodge and saw him regularly. also saw him over the years at their apartment on Upper Kenilworth. Sending LOTS of love and Hugs to Auntie Anne. and the Family xoxx
Bob and Joanne Packham

Posted on: April 9, 2022

Our sincere condolences to the Brooksbank family. We remember Roy as a gentle person who was always ready to help others.
Rev. John and Karen Allsop

Posted on: April 9, 2022

Our deepest sympathy to Roy's family. We remember Roy with fondness during our time at St. John. He was a man of deep faith who cared deeply for all those around him. Roy's sunny disposition and wonderful sense of humour lightened the burden of many and brought joy to whatever group he was in. As St. John's custodian, he gave a personal, warm welcome to whoever entered the building and as a bible study leader, together with his loving wife Anne, he shared the good news of Jesus with many. in his earthly life, Roy 'ran a good race' of faithful living and is now at home with his Heavenly Father.
Linda Brown Follows

Posted on: April 8, 2022

My deepest sympathy. Roy was often at our house when my dad Jim (Jock) Brown worked together at Westinghouse. I remember Roy as a gentle kind soul.
Lynn Lepage (formerly) Kelly

Posted on: April 7, 2022

My sincere condolences to the family for your loss. I worked with Roy at Westinghouse years ago and have fond memories of him being a true gentleman and a sweet guy to deal with. Roy and his pal Jimmie Green were two of the best. So sad to see him go.