Clyde-Doll-Obituary

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Clyde W. Doll

Sep 4, 1933 - Nov 3, 2012

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I am a former class mate of Clyde's from Springfield High School but more than that I was a frequent visitor to his home as we were good friends. Please accept my sincere condolences.

What a cool and unique dude!! BBC AC, yeah!! Celebrate this man's life!

M. Colton

Dear Marie
Jeanne and I were saddened to learn about Clyde's passing when we were out of town. He was one of the 1st people we met when we moved to S/C over 40 yrs. ago. His engaging smile, quick wit and compassion for everyone will be missed. You and your family will be in our prayers.

DEAR MARIE,
CLYDE'S PASSING SHOWED UP AS I WAS ON THE NET. I'M SO SORRY AND I HOPE YOU'LL EXPRESS MY SYMPATHY TO DAVID AND THE OTHER MEMBERS OF YOUR FAMILY. YOU WERE TREASURED NEIGHBORS ON WESTGATE AND IF I TRY I CAN HEAR THE TARZAN YELL ROLLING DOWN THE DRIVE. THOSE WERE FUN DAYS. I SEND MY LOVE. BETSY (RUNG)

Clyde Doll had many qualities to include ambition and determination. His most endearing quality was the absolute love of his family. His support and guidance were strong. When I married into the family, it was the beginning of many changing experiences. It was quickly apparent that I was different than others in the family. The athleticism of Clyde and his sons was remarkable. Nevertheless, Clyde was relentless in his encouragement that I run and lift weights. I can clearly remember an...

Judi and I would like to wish you and your family our deepest condolences. We will remember Clyde in many ways; especially, for his love of family, friends, and his participation in Special Olympics. If we can be of any help please call on Drew or myself.

Dear Doll family,
You all and especially your Dad were such an important part of my childhood. I will never forget you dad, he was such a special man, he was Tarzan. He will truly be missed. I am so sorry for you loss. You are all in my prayers.

Patti Johns Story

Clyde: Alhtough I have not seen you and your lovely wife in many years, I still remember what a special human being you always were. To Clyde's family: God bless and keep all of you.

How can anyone who knew Clyde forget him and his family? He was a giving person and despite his lack of shyness was extremely humble. We shall miss him.

Nancy and Lew Rodrick

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Clyde's Obituaries

Clyde W. Doll, 79, of State College, died Saturday, November 3, 2012, at Greenhills Village, State College.Born September 4, 1933, in Wyndmoor, he was the son of the late Erwin L. and Lottie Schlere Doll. On August 17, 1957 he married Marie Poole, who survives. Also surviving are his 4 children,...

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