He loved his wife Yvonne so much, along with his three children David, Sherryl & Milt.

A marriage that stood the test of time, and a display of family love that showed what commitment really means.

 Clifford & Yvonne celebrated 67 years of marriage this past summer in Grant.

Gramps loved his grandchildren and great-grandchildren too.

And he loved to visit. 

Oh, how he loved to visit.

He was a veteran of the United States Navy, and he loved his Nebraska Huskers.

Gramps rarely missed a football game that was televised.

He was a man who loved well, lived much, and we loved him.

So much.

Love always wins.

Clint's "Gramps" passed away yesterday and we will sure miss him.

But we know he's waiting for us in Heaven, and that we'll see him again.

Until then - if you hear a man's voice shouting and cheering for the Nebraska Husker's, don't worry - it's just Gramps.


  1. Darcy,
    I'm sorry to hear about this loss. It's hard to lose a Grandpa.
    Maybe your Gramps will find my Grandpa in the Cornhuskers cheering section. My Grandpa was a decorated WWII Veteran.


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