Dale H Bissell
posted on 3/3/12
I always liked Cliff, he was kind of a loner at times but he watched and listened. I can't think of anybody who ever said anything bad about him. He was well liked! I haven't seen him in 40 years but I still remember him and his Sister. Rest my Friend, God be with you. ---Biss---
posted on 3/2/12
Mrs. Becker and Family,I just wanted to say that Cliff was a wonderful man and I feel honored to have met him and enjoyed working with him. He would tell me stories about his family and his dog and how much he enjoyed them. On Friday, during football season, he would tell me how he was going to watch the games in his favorite chair with a dog and a beer and then on Monday he would talk about how good the Ohio State game was and how bad the Browns were.Cliff was a great person, a hard worker and a good family man. We miss him here at Mar-Bal and we are certainly sorry to see him pass so soon.My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.Marvin BenjaminPlant ManagerMar-Bal
posted on 3/1/12
God Bless your family and may you rest in peace
John & Ingrid Tlockowski
posted on 2/28/12
Ingrid and I would like to express our deep sorrow to Cliff's family for the loss of my cousin Clifford. As a child our family would make the long trip from Long Island to Burton Ohio to visit ourAunt Pauline & Uncle Clyde and young Cliff & Sharron. I will always cherish the times we would go down to the lake to swim or fish or just horse around. May the Lord accept your sole into his arms for all eternity.
posted on 2/27/12
Cliff's family has my deepest thoughts/prayers during this most difficult time. Words can never really ease at a time like this, but may they truly cherish the moments they had with Cliff and know that he left an imprint on their hearts that will always be there. Take care!
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