Early life and career
Clatworthy lived in Auckland. He was educated at St Peter's College. He was a stockbroker and was a partner of stockbroking firm, Buttle Wilson & Co. In 1970 he was Australian Manager for UEB Industries.
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He was a member of the Finance Advisory Committee of the Cancer Society of NZ Inc in 1992, and was later Chairman of that committee 1995-2002. He was a member of the Board Auckland Cancer Society for 21 years (1988–2009) and he was the president 2006-2009.
In his role as the Chair of the Finance Advisory Committee, which he held from 1995–2002, he worked towards expanding the Societies’ finances and capability thus increasing funds that could go towards cancer research. Clatworthy served as the foundation Director of the Society’s trading arm, Daffodil Enterprises. Along with his voluntary work for the Cancer Society, he was a Justice of the Peace and was President of the Auckland Racing Club Committee, Chairman of the Young Enterprise Trust and President of the Auckland Chamber of Commerce.
Clatworthy died on 5 December 2012 in Auckland at the age of 73.
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