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George C. "Clint" Rand, Jr.

August 24, 1928 — May 7, 2023


George C. "Clint" Rand, Jr., a loving husband, father, grandfather, and friend to many, passed away peacefully on May 7, 2023, at his home in Worcester with his loving sons by his side.

Born on August 24, 1928, Clint was the son of George C. Rand Sr., and Elizabeth M. Vokes. He graduated from Commerce High School and later furthered his education at Brown University.

Clint's career started in the banking industry as a messenger at People's Bank where he worked for over 50 years and eventually reached the position of Vice President and  finally retiring as a Chief Operating Officer. He proudly left banking for some time to serve his country in the United States Army stationed in Japan during the Korean Conflict.

Clint married the love of his life Helen L. Boyle Rand and together they raised two sons Brian and David, who gave their dad many reasons to be proud. Later in life, he was blessed with four grandchildren Joseph and wife, Lenore, Joshua and wife, Meg, Leah and husband, Steven, Jennifer and husband Jason;  eleven great-grandchildren Ashley, Chelsea, Logan, Owen, Jordan, Paityn, Lucas, Emma, Lola, Penelope and Sophie; many neices and newphews all of whom he treasured deeply.  George will be deeply missed by all his surviving family and friends.

Clint was a kind-hearted man who found good in everyone; he never talked negatively about anyone or judged them based on their actions. His love for his family knew no bounds; he always made time for them no matter what. He loved to laugh and had a mellow personality that filled every room he entered with warmth.

Despite being busy with his career and family taking most of his time up at home - because he loved being surrounded by them - he was actively involved in volunteer work with Kiwanis Club of Worcester for years as well as serving on both Mass Commission of the Blind  and SCORE chapters.

One of Clint's proudest accomplishments was starting a scholarship fund for deserving students at UMASS Medical School - helping future generations pave their way towards a better future.

In his free time, Clint enjoyed reading, walking, and vacationing in Maine, especially Kennebunkport- a place he loved more than anywhere else in the world.

Clint will now reunite with his dear wife Helen L. (Boyle Rand), his daughter in law Fran Rand who passed away previously as well as his parents Elizabeth M. (Vokes) and George C. Rand Sr.

Clint's life was one well-lived. He had a heart of gold that kept giving throughout his lifetime. His legacy will pass on for generations to come as he was not only an inspiration but also an icon of humility and kindness. Rest in peace dearest Clint!

All services were held privately for the family.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations in George's name be considered to the Kiwanis Foundation of Worcester, P.O. Box 20275, Worcester, MA 01602, and/or to Perkins School of the Blind, 175 North Beacon Street Watertown, MA 02472,

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