Regret that I never knew the man.I left Clyde when he was seven. I was thirteen. Glad to learn that he carried on the family business that I do remember.
Cheryl,Please know I am thinking of you and yours.
Love, Janice (Jennings)Pearman
Cliff was a real Clydeite. He was always willing to go out if his way to be of service when my parents died and also after for memorial flowers that the family ordered from out of town (me from out of the country, too. My sympathy to Cheryl and the rest of the family.
Cheryl, My deepest sympathy to you and the family on reading of Cliff's passing. We moved full time to Bonita Springs, FL last year and I thought about calling Cliff to talk about native FL plants. I remember Uncle Carl bringing back plants from Florida to the greenhouse. I have fond memories of working with Cliff, his Dad and Jon for many years at Doebel's.
To the family of Cliff, I am sorry for your loss. Cliff was such a cool guy and I've thought about him often. Our Civil War Reenacting group set up for an over night camp out in the greenhouse for people to come see. My sympathy and prayers go out to you. Beth W.
My Prayers go out to the Doebel Family many years ago I sold Greenhouse supplies to Cliff and purchased Easter lily blooms for my church cross. Cliff alway was a very kind and caring gentelman.
Dennis C. Lange (Toledo)