Clouston Eli Regular

October 17, 1953 to June 17, 2018

Obituary

Clouston Eli Regular, age 64, passed away at Glenbrook Lodge Nursing Home surrounded by his loving family on Sunday, June 17, 2018. He was born on October 17, 1953 to John and Ruby Regular of Baie Verte, NL. Obedient to the call of God, Rev. Clouston served in pastoral ministries in communities all across the island, and was a credential holder with the Pentecostal Assemblies Of Newfoundland for 40 years. He is predeceased by his father John Regular, in-laws and Pastors Ivan and Mary Whitt. Left with beautiful memories are Fern (Whitt) Regular, his wife of 45 years; daughter, Laura-Dawn (Caroline); sons, Clouston (Krista) and Jason; nine grandchildren; mother, Ruby; brother, Glen; sisters, Donna, Christine, Sharon, & Sharlene; and many nieces and nephews.   Family, friends, and others whose lives Clouston touched are invited to Carnell’s Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road, St. John’s, from 2-4pm and 7-9pm on Thursday, June 21, 2018 to honour his life of service. The funeral will be held at Bethesda Church, 1 Escasoni Place, St. John’s, Friday June 22, 2018, at 1pm; burial to follow at the Anglican cemetery on Kenmount Road.

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Visitations

2-4 p.m. on June 21, 2018

7-9 p.m. on June 21, 2018

Carnell’s Funeral Home
329 Freshwater Road
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1:00pm, Friday June 22nd

Bethesda Church


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Hi Fern , I was chatting with Gwen’s father today and he informed of Clouston’s passing. It’s been a long
struggle for both of you. Saying sorry seems a bit shallow but during this time of grief words don’t come easy.
Bruce And Gwen Stratton

To Fern & family,
Sorry to hear of the passing of your loved one. Our thoughts are with you, we are praying the peace of God will cover you as you lay your loved one to rest and await the glorious reunion.

To Fern and all the family
Very sorry to here of the passing of your husband and loved one. Please accept our deepest sympathy and be assured of our thoughts and prayers. Rest In Peace my brother.

Claude & Geralda Kippenhuck

Sincere condolences to the family. He was our pastor in Creston many years ago

So sorry to hear of Pastor Regulars passing. We have such found memories of him during our teen years here in Deer Lake. We probably didn’t make his life easy but we knew he loved us when he would just look with that grin and shake his head.
He truly helped shape our lives and love for Lord that we passed to our daughter and now grandchildren. We will cherish his memory forever and look forward to tormenting him again in heaven. Love and prayers to you all.

To Christine and the Regular family:
Sorry to hear of Clouston’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

To Fern and Family;

Please accept our deepest and heartfelt sympathies on Clouston’s Passing.

Clouston certainly fought a great fight , kept the faith and has finished his race and now his crown of righteousness awaits him.

On behalf of Riverside Pentecostal Church we will continue to cover you and your family with our prayers in the days ahead.

May the God of all comfort give you His peace and strength today.

Pastor & Mrs. Wilson Hynes
Pastor Stacey Perry
Church Board & Congregation
Riverside Pentecostal Church
Glenwood, NL.

To Christine and the Regular family and Fern and get family

So sorry to hear of Clouston’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Jean and Aubrey

To Christine and the Regular family
Our sincerest condolences on Clouston’s passing. Our thoughts are with you.
Betty and Nick

To fern and families
Sorry to hear of your loved ones passing .please except our thoughts and prayers at this time of sorrow. God Bless

To Fern and family,
We wish to add our sympathy to you Fern and to your family, on the passing of Clouston. You all have many good memories of him as a husband and father. Cherish these memories as you await being reunited with him again in his new body. His suffering, frustrations, and limitations are over. He will be missed by you, Fern, but you have been so faithful in caring for him over the years. We are not able to be there for you but are thinking of you and praying for God’s presence and comfort today and in the days ahead. Hugs!

To Fern and Family,

We were saddened to hear the news. Christine and I were classmates with Clouston in Bible College in the 1970s. He served Jesus with dignity and dedication. May the Lord grant you comfort and peace during this time of grief. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Garry

Rev. Dr. Garry E. Milley

To all the family and close friends….I cover you all with the Precious Blood of Jesus and in the days to follow my prayer is that all the family will make sure that there will be a day come that you will be united again with this wonderful man Clouston Regular.

Fern and family, sorry to hear of Clouston’s passing but rejoicing with you that you have the assurance that he is with the Lord he loved and served so faithfully. Our prayers are with you in the following days that you will feel the peace that only God can give as you rest in the assurance that you will be reunited .
George and Pamela Williams

To Donna & Family;

On behalf of your church family at Trinity Pentecostal Church, Baie Verte, we want to assure you that we are lifting you up in prayer at this time and in the days ahead. May the peace and presence of the Holy Spirit abide with you as you mourn the lose of such a special loved one.

To Fern & Family :
Take comfort in the Scripture in Isaiah 43:1-3 “When thou passéth through the waters I will be with thee, and through the rivers they shall not overflow thee… for I am the Lord your God . This tells you GOD will bring you THROUGH! HE will be with you all the way! That’s the GOD we serve.. Our love and prayers are surrounding you all today.
We have great memories of our blended ministries while pastoring in Deer Lake. We grew to love your family like our own. Clouston Sr. Was a devoted , loyal co -worker and a true soldier of the Cross.. We are sure he has heard The words “Well done thou good and faithful servant , enter thou into the joys of thy Lord”
God be with you FERN, you were one devoted wife and co-worker with him in ministry , rejoice, and look forward to that glad reunion day. Your friends , Joan & Paul Gibbon vacationing in Alberta.

To: Fern and Family, the Regular and Whitt Families,

So sorry to hear of Clouston’s passing. We want to express our deepest sympathy. We trust you will experience the comfort the Psalmist wrote about:

“Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.” (Psalms 23:4)

“God is our refuge and strength. A very present help in trouble.” (Psalms 46:1)

We trust that His presence will be with you and His Word will sustain you.

We are thinking of you in this time of sorrow and remembering you in prayer.

If there is one thing which tells the story of who my Uncle Clouston was, it is the love and devotion of his family. Aunt Fern and their kids were so passionately dedicated to him through many years of trials, overcoming it all by their love for such a great man. I would like to extend my condolences while also sharing my hope; that in a little while Uncle Clouston will be waiting for us with Christ, standing tall and strong.

Sorry to hear about Uncle Clous’s passing. There is peace knowing where he is now and that he is in peace in God’s presence. So many happy memories of him growing up. But the one thing I can hear in my memories is how he chuckled and laughed. What a beautiful memory. We are praying for you over these next days, weeks, and months.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family today as you mourn the loss of Clouston. We know that he has fought a good fight, kept the faith and is now in the presence of the Lord. We rejoice with the hope of meeting again. Cherish your precious memories and God will sustain you.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family today as you mourn the loss of Clouston. We know that he has fought a good fight, kept the faith and is now in the presence of the Lord. We rejoice with the hope of meeting again. Cherish your precious memories and God will sustain you.

Sorry to hear of Pastor Regular’s passing. We have many wonderful memories of our friendship during the time you pastored in Deer Lake. He was a great Man of God and will never be forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in the coming days.

Mrs Regular and Family ;
We were saddened to hear of the passing of Pastor Regular.. We had so many fond memories of when ye were in Shearstown.. Be assured our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time …
Condolences coming from the Deering family Shearstown…God Bless..

Fern and family,
Saddened to hear of Clouston’s passing ,but so happy that he is walking in the presence of our awesome Lord. I will miss him in the coming services at the home,he missed very few of them, my hope was that he was comforted by them, I believe he was. This has been a long hard road that you have travelled, I pray that you will be wrapped in the awesome presence of our Lord and the peace that He alone, gives love and blessings ,Minnie and Maynard King

Fern and family,
I am very sorry to hear of Clouston’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May he rest in peace.

Fern and family,

Our deepest condolences. Rest assured we will all meet in a better place. When I think of Clouston the first thing that comes to mind is “there is a man whom there is no guile.” Dedicated, honest, compassionate, and above reproach only begins to describe him.

May not only the peace of God but the actual presence of the God of peace be there to comfort you.

Fern & Family:

Sorry to hear of the passing of your love one.
We first met Fern and Clouston while attending Bible College and became friends, than colleagues in ministry. Another Soldier of the Cross has gone home.
Hold on to the memories that you all have shared over the years, and hold on to God, He will uphold each one of you today and in the days to came.
Isaiah 46:4 “ I am he who will sustain you. I have made you and I will carry you”.

Would love to have been with you today.
Blessing and prayers
Friend Pastor Sandra Parmenter,
Grand Falls -Windsor,

Fern & Family:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during your time of bereavement. What a ‘blessed hope’ we have and it’s all because of God’s amazing grace!!

Clouston will ever be remembered for his passion for God and for his family. Thankfully, because of his faith in Jesus Christ, the pain of today will be swallowed up by the resurrection power on the day when Jesus Christ appears to establish his eternal dominion on the earth. We are supporting you through our prayers at this difficult season.

Our hearts were saddened when we received the news of Pastor Regular’s passing. We have such wonderful memories of him when he pastored in Creston. We are sure he is rejoicing around the throne today as the host of heaven welcomed him home on Sunday. We will continue to pray for you during these difficult days of sorrow.
Renie and Dennis Newbury

So sorry to hear of your loss. I have such found memories of our family’s time with you when you lived in Ontario. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Fern and family
Sorry to hear of the passing of Clouston. We are remembering you and your family in prayer.

To Fern and Family,
Clouston faith has become sight. We are praying for you and your family as you walk through this time without him. But you have the wonderful assurance of seeing him again. Praying the reality of God’s truth will become alive in your heart and give you peace during this difficult time. Have many fond memories from EPBC days!

To Fern and the Regular and Whitt families,
We were very saddened to hear of Pastor Clouston’s passing this week. Praying that God will continue to provide His indescribable peace, comfort, and presence for the journey ahead. Sorrow may last for the night but joy will come in the morning!

To Fern and Family
I want to assure you of out thoughts and prayers at this time. I have many memories of Clouston from my years at youth camps. Today we pray that the presence of family, friends, and God will be the support, comfort, and peace you all need for this day and the days to come.

Fern and family and the Regular Family

We were saddened to hear of Clouston’s passing. His faith has now become sight….our love and prayers are with you all as you lay him to rest in the Lord. Take care

Velda and Lloyd Hewlett
Springdale NL

To Fern and family and the Whitt’s,
Betty and I are saddened to hear of Clouston’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. May the God of all peace and comfort strengthen and sustain you . Earth’s loss is Heaven’s gain!

To Fern and family,
So sorry for your loss, You are in our thoughts and prayers.

To Fern, Morley, Sharon and the rest of the Regular families and the Whitt families,
We are sorry to hear of your loved ones passing. I’m sure it leaves a great void in your lives. The only comforting thing here is that he’s free from sickness and living now in a wonderful place. “Absent from his sick body but presence with the Lord”
Please be assured of our thoughts and prayers as you travel this journey of grief.

An EPBC College friend, whom we appreciated so very much! So Sorry to hear of Clouston’s passing. Yet we know today he has fought his final battle with sickness on this earth, and is now in the presence of his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Fern, be assured of our prayers for you and your family. We shall all meet again on that great triumphant morning!