Oh, Pat, Phil and I are so sorry to hear about Clint's long struggle with celiac disease and his recent death. We, too, have nothing but positive memories of our time with you in Reflections.
Phil is now on hemodialysis (which we do at home 5 days a week for 4 hours) but he is responding well to the treatments and his cardiologist is thrilled with his improvement in heart and lungs.
Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sandra and Phil Seibert
I'm so sorry you lost Clinton. As you think back on the time you shared with him, remember God's promise to bring back the good ones.
It's incredibly hard to imagine life on this Earth without Clint. How do we continue on without access to his relentless humor, wisdom and love? Precious Mom, your tireless devotion as a wife and caregiver is a testament to your love for Dad. You two have made my life so much richer and blessed. There are so many of us who you have gathered up into your hearts! You are surrounded by the most fantastic friends and loved ones because you two have always been fantastic loving friends. I pray that all that you have given to others can be returned to you now when you need it the most, Mom. I love you both with all my heart and am forever grateful to have been able to come see you in October. I love and miss you Dad. I love you Mom and pray that you can now get some rest as you adapt and adjust - your faith and strength is utterly amazing. I love you. And you know that all the other Jordans love you too. xoxoxo
My dearest friend Pat (AKA Mom),
I was blessed the day I met you at the pool we found out we were neighbors and that's where our friendship began. It wasn't too long after that I met Clint and his wit drew me in instantly. I will miss his words as I would enter your home “here comes trouble”. He made me feel loved and part of the family.
Pat you were an amazing wife and care giver to Clint. From the beginning of his illness until the end you put Clint first. I could see how tired you were at times but you kept your eyes on the Lord for your strength.
It would seem hard to visit with a man who knew he was dying but not with Clint. He would always greet Larry and I with a smile and a hug, good conversation and humor. When our visit was over he never said goodbye, it was always “see you later and thanks for coming”. We will miss Clint very much.
I could not close this without mentioning Sherri and Patrick. The love they have and have shown for both you and Clint is beyond words. It's a blessing for Larry and I to know them and call them friends.
Clint is gone from us but his life lives on in all our hearts
We will miss Clint so very much. I (Pat) had the pleasure of sharring the
same birth date, not the same year, mind you as we joked about. We were
always curious to know just what he was making now in his garage. A
nicer neighbor you couldn"t have asked for. Our Prayers, John & Patricia