Clyde Dumas

Clyde Dumas

Saturday, June 20th, 1953 - Friday, April 23rd, 2021
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HOLLAND,MA- Clyde Dumas,67, passed away peacefully April 23, 2021 in St.Vincent Hospital in Worcester.

His love of family, fishing, trivia knowledge, and loyalty to all the New England sports teams was balanced by a life of hard work and service. Born and raised in East Brookfield he was a proud Prouty Panther baseball and soccer player graduating from David Prouty High School in 1971. After serving honorably in the US Air Force’s Military Police corps he graduated with a business degree from Fischer Junior College. He used his gifts of physical strength and personal tenacity working for the Boston-Albany railroad company and subsequently for many years as a Local 243 Union laborer. When not working as a foreman for the union at many construction sites throughout central Massachusetts Clyde enjoyed winning sport fishing pins from his favorite fishing spots and watching his beloved Red Sox and Patriots. 

Clyde’s love for his family and friends and his devotion to his many nephews and nieces will be forever remembered by all who love him and will miss his infectious smile and laughter. He is now fishing, playing Pitch with, and probably giving a hard time to his father Dennis (Denny) and his brother Edward (Eddy) Dumas who predeceased him. He is survived by his mother and stepfather Kitty (Holmes) Ostrout and husband Reynold; his sisters Penny Peluso and husband John of Ohio, Sharon Bolduc and husband Matthew of Whitinsville and Fay Worthington of Spencer; his brother Dana Dumas from Spencer; David Larkham of West Brookfield who was like a brother to him; many nieces & nephews, great nieces & nephews and many step brothers and sisters.

Friends and family are invited to attend calling hours on Wednesday, April 28,2021 from 5-7PM in Pillsbury Funeral Home 163 Main St. in Spencer. A graveside service for Clyde will be held on Thursday,April 29,2021 at 11AM in Evergreen Cemetery in East Brookfield.
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  • Visitation

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2021 | 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Wednesday, April 28th, 2021 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Pillsbury Funeral Home - Spencer
    163 Main St.
    SPENCER, MA 01562
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  • Service

    Thursday, April 29th, 2021 | 11:00am
    Thursday, April 29th, 2021 11:00am
    Evergreen Cemetery
    East Brookfield
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Posted at 11:51am
I met Clyde while he was a resident at Webster Manor. We spent alot of time together talking and had many visits where we played baseball trivia (which he ALWAYS won by a landslide EVERY single time we played without mercy)...He recited the most beautiful poetry which he had written personally. He was a very intellectual, caring, and special individual who truly touched my heart. I am beyond proud to be able to have become his friend. He often spoke of his family members so fond and lovingly and expressed often to me how supportive and dedicated you all had been to him and his well-being. I am sending my very deepest sympathies to his entire family at this time. It has been a pleasure having met Faye personally and spoken often during his time with us. He will always be remembered and my special memories and bond with him cherished. I wish you all peace, health, and my warmest regards.

Candace Murphy, Ambassador
Athena Healthcare Systems


Carolynn Dumas

Posted at 01:28am
HI Kitty Sharon Penny...sorry to hear of your loss my sincere condolences. He sure looked like his dad didnt he?! I remember waaay back when my Dad Ted and mom Bea use to bring me over to Mae's and the fun we would all have. Miss those days. Feel free to email me and we can phone chat too and catch up on life if you want. I am still down at the lake, not far from you Sharon as i am in Sutton. Would be nice to chat.

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