Although I have seen you since Clyde\'s passing I still want to tell you what a pleasure it was to get to know him and his wonderful disposition and friendliness
while he was at Rennes.
He was always ready to greet someone and make them smile.
Take care of yourself.
Hope to see you soon.
Dear Aunt Eunice,
I am so sorry to hear about Uncle Clyde. He will be greatly missed. I am thankful to have been able to talk to him in March when i was at mom and dads house. I can just imagine the conversations he is having with grandma, grandpa, Uncle Carlton and everyone else all while playing cards and having his drinks. We love you and think about you often.
Cindy, Ricky, Christopher & Jason
Sorry to hear of Clyde's passing. We had many good times over the years at lodge and Shrine. He was always upbeat and a pleasure to be around. My condolences to you on your loss.
Uncle Clyde will be greatly missed. With all the years that I have been involved with Scouting it doesn't even compare to the amount of years that Uncle Clyde volunteered to help others. It is great when someone realizes that we are not here on earth for ourselves...we are here to help others and Uncle Clyde was a great example of that. I actually feel sorry for people who never get to feel the sensation of helping others....it is one of the greatest feelings in the world and he loved that feeling. I love you and I am thinking about you!!! I know he is up there with everyone else playing Sheephead and having a drink!!!!
Eunice, I am sorry to hear of Clyde's passing. I know it was a long road for Clyde. I enjoyed talking with Clyde and seeing him at AMC when we volunteered. I know Art will miss Clyde also. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless a;; of you.
Dear Eunice and Family, It is with heavy heart that Theda and Dick Andres extend to you and your family condolences in the passing of our Masonic Brother and personal friend Clyde. We had shared many stories about our mutual home "Antigo" where all three were born. He was an true inspiration to me. I thank you both for the memories of Don Badgley's Potentates trip when you and Clyde were the Hosts. Our prayers are with you as you continue on with many treasured memories as a family.
Dick and Theda Andres
We remember Clyde for the rice pudding that he would bring to us when he came over to ride with me to Scottich Rite Reunions in Green Bay, seeing you both in Grand Meridian when we used to go to the Sunday brunches there, visiting him at Rennes and being one of the "3 old guys" with Harold Mueller, Clyde and myself at Waverly Lodge meetings several years ago.
Verner and Barbara Laursen
Although I only knew Clyde for a couple years at our monthly meetings I enjoyed his company.I sure he was a great lose to you and the family as he was to the ROJ.I wish you all they very best.
Nancy and I would like to offer our condolences to you. Clyde will be missed. He certainly lived his obligations as a Freemason and Shriner. He was always concerned about others and offering to help whenever possible over the years. It was my pleasure last year, as Grand Master of the Freemasons of Wisconsin, to attend his 50th Anniversary Celebration of becoming a Master Mason, to present him his certificate and pin. His involvement at Beja Shrine over the years is appreciated.
Thank you for supporting him in all his endeavors throughout the years. A special Thank You for making sure that Clyde received the best care possible over the last few years, truly an act of LOVE.
Dennis & Nancy Siewert