In loving memory of the late Clive Leonard Jackson who sadly passed away on 30th November 2014
Jeanette Schostaklit a candle
Farewell my Angel you were the most wonderful of friends!! God Bless so glad I got to see you before you left. You are forever in my heart
Sadly I knew nothing about Clive's passing away until now, and then only through conversation with a mutual aquaintance, as I had lost touch with him for so many years. I first knew Clive from around 1980 when working at Gayton Advertising in Leicester, then at Garratt Baulcombe in Nottingham. He was one of the most genuine people I have ever met, an absolute brick to me when I got divorced in 1987, which I would not have survived as well as i did without the help I got from Clive. Rest in peace Clive, you'll always be in my thoughts, my dear friend.
Goodbye pal, it was a pleasure to have worked with you, a true gentleman in every way shape and form, Trev Wilson
Trevor Wilsonlit a candle
Offline donation: Ruth, Mike, Jack, Granny Joy & Freddie donated in memory of Clive
Offline donation: Staff at Pre-school Learning Alliance donated in memory of Clive
Offline donation: Retiring Collection donated in memory of Clive
I was very shocked to hear about Clive. I have many great memories of a good friend. My condolences go to his family
The news of Clive's passing has only just reached me, so sad and shocked to hear. I worked with Clive over 30 years ago at GBA in Nottingham and have fond memories of our trips to Mid Wales. A talented Art Director who brought John Claridge's wonderful landscape shots to life. Rest in Peace my friend and heartfelt condolences to Clive's family.
Still can't believe it. I knew Clive since we were 4 years old, A great friend through school and teenage years playing in bands and socialising. Condolences to the family. I'll never forget 'my old mate'
I had the pleasure of working with Clive in the creative team at Barkers a few years ago. He was a fantastic creative to work with – industrious, imaginative and, as Nayyar says, full of integrity. I’ll remember Clive most for being frank, funny and always happy to pass on his experience to other people. My condolences to the family.
Very sad to hear the news from a friend. I first met Clive when working in the creative department at
what was Nottinghams leading advertising agency some 30 years ago and had just caught up with him on FB recently. Clive came to our wedding celebrations and was a good friend. He was a great guy and a creative character of the time. Our thoughts are with the family at this sad time. I will be attending the funeral and have passed on the news and details to as many people I know that knew him or worked with him in the past.
For a young creative, working under a creative director like Clive was something rare and incredible. He did so much, inspired so many and he was never afraid to say what he thought or do what he felt was right. I'm sorry that he's gone and wish his family all the best.
Like Sarah, I too worked Clive during that same period. He was a real creative character and indeed a character in the office. and we had some good banter between us all.
Such a shame to hear of his early passing, far too soon. RIP Clive
I had the pleasure of working with Clive for a few years. I then kept bumping into him in West Bridgford. A lovely fellow. So sorry to hear that he's left us. My condolences to his family.