Mr. and Mrs. Alt were very good friends of the MacEachran family. Our parents all enjoyed bridge games. Dad and Mr. Alt loved to golf. I will always remember spending time with the family at the lake cabin where John made his "world famous" pancakes! Mr. Alt always had time for the kids, with a wide smile and a twinkle in his eye! It was a loss for all of Manitowoc when the family moved to Edina, but fond memories still linger. What a long and adventurous life he had. My deepest sympathies on the loss of your father, grandfather, greatgrand-father and friend.
John and family,
My sympathies go out to you! Clarence was a respected man to all. My dad worked for him at Rahr, so I knew. We as kids enjoyed growing up with him in the neighborhood. He greated us when at the house and especialy at the "kids dinner meals."
Sorry this is so late, but I just found out.
Kay Duebner Lyndahl
I remember Mr. Alt as the most gracious man that I have ever met.
My sympathies to the family. I was a childhood Waldo Blvd neighbor.
Jenifer Sutter McLaughlin
Our Father, Michael Sfat worked for Rahr Malting Company and with Mr. Alt. I have very fond memories of both he & his wife and spending time with them usually having to do with Rahr. I have a feeling my Dad and Mr. Alt are playing golf...Prayers to all, Gail Sfat Ziemer and Mary Anne Sfat Bauer
Our thoughts and prayers with the ALT family. Mr. C.R.Alt was instumental in my life with living a Christian example of integrity, decency and honor. His example led me from Custerdale to fly the world as an Airline Captain for forty-eight years being reinforced by his unforgetable example of a spirit filled leader. Godbless and tailwinds, Captain Dale F. Buss PhD
I too worked at Rahr Malting Co in Manitowoc, Wi and then in Minneapolis, MN. Clarence Alt was president at the time and he was well respected both by employees and his peers in the business community. He was a great leader with integrity. My sympathy to the family.
I had the highest respect for Clarence during my time with Rahr Malting 1953-7. He truly deserved to have the long life he had. My sincere condolences to his family.
I have fond memories of Uncle Clarence, bringing his family for brief visits to the home of his brother (my father Roland). Clarence always had a ready smile and a relaxing manner. making everyone feel so comfortable. My dad speaks often of Clarence and thinks so highly of him and his great family. We'll all miss him and are very sorry for your loss.
My condolences to John, his daughter, his siblings and their families. May the peace of the Lord be with you.
To the family of Clarence Alt--
I was hired by Rahr Malting in 1959 and transferred to MN with the company. Mr. Alt as, we called him, was a very nice man and totally respected. My sympathy to you.
Marie (Wiesner) Kress
Sorry for your loss, Mary Ellen..
My condolences to the family.
May the God of all comfort provide you with the strength needed to cope with your loss.
My condolences. Rely on God Almighty to get you through this difficult time. Psalms 62:7
Dear May Ellen,
We remember your father, Mr. Alt, very well. We felt honored to be able to sit with him at The Christmas and 4th of July parades on the island of Venice. He lived a very long and fruitful life. We will miss him and the stories he shared with us.
Our sincere condolences go out to you and your family.
Judy and Tony Turlenko
I remember the Alts from years ago at the VYC. They introduced themselves when Pete and I joined because my first name is Beulah. How wonderful that Al lived this long. Ruth Britton