Clarence S. Livingstone, age 76

of Quincy

Clarence S. Livingstone, age 76

Clarence S. Livingstone, age 76, of Quincy, died peacefully, Monday, June 28, 2021 at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, surrounded by his loving family.

Clarence was born, raised, and educated in Little Sands, Murray River, Prince Edward Island, Canada. He had lived in Quincy for over fifty years, but enjoyed spending time with relatives and friends in Canada.

He was employed as an electrician. Clarence worked with The Chappy Corporation in Chelsea for twenty years and with Brite-Lite Electrical Company in Weymouth for twenty years. He also proudly served in the Massachusetts National Guard.

Clarence was a hot rod enthusiast and owned many throughout his life. He enjoyed riding and working on them.

Beloved husband of the late Judith A. (Carlson) Livingstone.

Devoted father of Todd E. Livingstone of Quincy and Adam M. Livingstone of Berwick, Maine.

Loving son of the late Elmer and Lorraine (MacDonald) Livingstone.

Dear brother of John Livingstone of Canada and the late Sadie Walker.

Clarence is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

At the request of the family, services were private. Clarence and his wife, Judith, will be interred together in Little Sands, Canada at a later date.


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  • So sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. I worked with him for awhile at Chappy. He was a great guy and I was fortunate to learn from him and call him a friend. God bless you!

  • I knew Larry for over 35 years and worked with him for many also. He was a great friend and will be missed. He was a hard worker and loved his family. May God bless him and give him eternal life. Good bye my good friend. It was an honor to know and work with you. Peace be with you.

  • I will miss u so much. Say hi to your Amyjo. You and Auntie will be together forever. Rest in paridise and I will see you some day. I love you

  • Sad to hear this ,Larry is one of the best people I have come across had a lot of laughs with him at work he someone I will never forget . My condolences to his family

  • Clarence, as we knew him, was my dad’s stepbrother. They were a blended family with half -, step-, and full-siblings. On behalf of the Buell family, our sincere sympathy to you all. Be sure our thoughts and prayers in the days ahead. It would be great to maintain contact. If you are interested, please email.

  • So sad to hear that Clarence had left us His mother Irene was my mother’s sister and his father Elmer was my father’s cousin so when we were little we spent a lot of time together. Clarence and Sadie were like a brother and sister to us . Have a lot of memories of Clarence and Sadie. My sincere sympathy to Todd and Adam