Clarence Currie Sholar Jr.

Friday, September 18, 1936 - Saturday, December 14, 2019

In Honor and Remembrance

Photo of Clarence Currie Sholar Jr. - 1936-2019

Canton- Clarence Currie Sholar, Jr., age 83, passed away on Saturday, December 14, 2019 surrounded by his loving family.

Born in Elizabethtown, NC September 18, 1936, Clarence was the son of the late Clarence Currie Sholar, Sr., and the late Flora MacMillan Sholar.

He is survived by his devoted wife of 59 years, Joan Hyde Sholar; his children, Currie, Tracy, and Amy; his three grandchildren, Sarah, Lauren, and Chandler; and one great-grandchild, Dezmond.

Clarence had retired from the United States Air Force and was a veteran of the Vietnam War. He later went on to work for the US Postal Service with 34 years of dedicated service, and he had also operated a small painting business in his spare time. He was a lifelong member of the Church of God of Prophecy in Canton. Mr. Sholar was a man who loved his family, his country, and his Lord. We rejoice and give thanks for his blessed life.

A memorial service with military rites to honor the life of Mr. Sholar will be held at 2:00 pm Thursday, December 19, 2019 in the chapel of Crawford / Ray Funeral Home and Cremation Service in Canton. The family will be receiving friends at the funeral home one hour prior to the service.

Crawford / Ray Funeral Home and Cremation Service is honored to be caring for the Sholar family.

Condolences from family and friends

I am so very sorry to hear of Clarence passing. I know he was loved very much and was having such a hard time. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I will never forget all of you helping me when I was in need. He was a very kind and wonderful man and I thought so well of him.
Deborah Miller
I worked with Clarence for twenty plus years at the Asheville P & DF. He always had a smile or joke, something to brighten your day. Looked forward to seeing and talking to him daily. He will be missed. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Michelle Sprinkle
Currie, The Pisgah Class of 1980 would like to extend our deepest sympathies on the passing of your dad. We will hold you in our thoughts and prayers. Thank you Mr. Sholar for your service to this country.
Pisgah High Class of 1980
My deepest sympathy to all of the Sholar family.
Juanita Dixon
Sending condolences from the Reno family to all of you at this time. Clarence was such a kind and hardworking man and was truly devoted to his family. Prayers for comfort and peace for each of you now and in the days ahead.
Annette Reno
Keeping you in thought and prayer during this sad time. Mark and I thought a lot of Mr. Sholar, he was a great man. May God bless you all.
Mark and Jackie Fisher
I am so very sorry for your loss. Clarence was a great man. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Love you.
Becky Cooley aka Burger Bunns.
Sending love and prayers to all of you.
Rhonda Nelson Smith
Sending Love and prayers.
Alan Stinnett
I’m so sorry for your loss. When I think about him all I can see is his smile and chuckle. He was always so nice. I know he will be missed but I also know he is happy and at peace in Heaven. Love you guys!
Jennifer Blackwood
Sorry to hear about Clarence. He was a good man. I always enjoyed talking to him. You all are in my prayers.
Robert Hall
I worked with Clarence at the Asheville Postal Processing Facility on Brevard Road. I learned a lot from him when I first started. My prayers are with the family.
Robert James
Currie Joan and family- I’m so very sorry! It will be hard on all of you but my thoughts and prayers are with you all! So many early memories at your house! My heart goes out to you all!❤️❤️
Kathy Pressley
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. May the prayers of many sustain you and bring peace and comfort in the days ahead. With deepest sympathy, Karon Mathews
Karon Mathews
Currie and are all in my thoughts and prayers!
Dawn Hartis
I worked with Clarence at the Processing and Distribution Mail Center in Asheville for years. He was a good friend who I looked up to. He was always excited to see me and talk with me. He was a hard worker who painted the Facility in bright red, white, and blue colors. I had not seen him in years, and I just now learned of his passing. We are all now a little less well off with Clarence no longer with us. Please know that my prayers are with the family during this time. I know that he will surely be missed by all.
Dennis Reese, Hayesville, NC