Rita and Family, I am so sorry to hear of Clyde's passing. I was an employee at Mark's Pharmacy and I always enjoyed when he would come in and tell us stories about his family and sports. the one thing that I will remember the most is when I would answer the phone and He would say, "Hey ya Stephanie Baby!" I just loved that. He was a great person and I feel lucky to have known him and call him a friend. I hope that the memories he let behind will bring you comfort today and always. Stephanie Salzer
Many fond and enjoyable times with Clyde, that wall crawling serve down the left side in handball, his cutting wit, the camaraderie was always high when Clyde was present or playing. His memory is cherished, he is missed.
Always a good neighbor. He will be missed.
Please accept our deepest sympathies.
My family and I feel lucky to have spent many happy times with Clyde and treasure our fond memories of him. Our warm thoughts and heart-felt prayers are with his family during these difficult times.
They say there isn't a perfect Landlord out there, but Clyde North was. Kind, considerate, fair and funny. I was honored to have known him and proud to be his friend and tenant on Main Street. Sorry for your loss. He will be missed my many.
Nancy & Whitten Pell
I am grateful for the life of Mr. North. Thanks to his service and to the service of others in our armed forces, my family and I have been able to lead our lives in freedom and peace.
Will always have a fond memories of Clyde, especially those with my father(Tom Sweeny) playing handball and "jawing" at each other on the court. A good a man with the great gifts of charm and humor. My deepest condelences to you and yours.
I only got to spend a few months with Clyde, but the time we shared together I will never forget. He loved life and always knew how to make me (and everyone else) laugh. He taught me so much about the importance of friends, family, and of course, baseball. He was a wonderful friend to me and he will be truly missed, but he will always have a place in my heart.
Sending prayers and condolences to the family of Clyde. He is greatly missed.
John A Barrera and daughters
JoAnna,Patsy,Diana and Maria
Larry and family,
I got to know your dad but just for such a short time when you introduced him to Don and I many a year ago. You could tell he loved being around people, just as Don was. Don especially enjoyed your dad and when we would go down to the Nichols restauant to eat, Don would hope he would run into Clyde. Fun man, and we know he was truly proud of you Larry for all you had accomplished as well. I found his obituary very interesting and did not realize he was such an athelete. He loved laughter a lot as well.
You have my deepest prayers for your loss as I know he meant as much to you as Don did to the kids and I.
Sincerely, Karon Staten
Clyde always made sure everyone had a good time, always a good host and was never at a loss for words!! He taught me about life, real estate, mortgage banking and most important of all...baseball. He was a great grandfather to my son and we will all miss him.