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August 17, 2018

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September 23, 2017
Dear Ginger and family,
Ginny and I were shocked and saddened to learn about your loss. I remember so many great things about Cliff, : working together at Willamette, [and with him and Western Kraft as a client before that], his smile, good natured wit and charm, his banjo playing and Barber Shop singing, and the outings with our MG TD's and the MG club.
He lived a full and eventful life, but his passing still seems untimely. We wish you God's speed in overcoming the sadness of his leaving you. But unfortunately, only the passage of time can help you overcome the sense of loss you have suffered. Although we have had no contact for several years now, Cliff will still be missed! With my deepest sympathy and respect, Dave Morthland.
September 9, 2017
So sorry for your loss!
September 8, 2017
I always remember Cliff's smile - it was just part of his persona. If I had to use one word to describe Cliff it would be: "Gentleman" and in the old- fashioned sense of the word. He was responsible for hiring many of the people that made Western Kraft and Willamette so successful. I worked for Willamette for many years and felt a great sense of pride working beside people like Cliff, who were the heart and soul of that great company.
September 8, 2017
Dear Ginger and family,
We're so sorry to hear of your loss. We know our parents valued your friendship over the years, and enjoyed countless hours of fun together. We all treasure those memories.

Best to all of you,
Susan (Schick) & Eric Bille; and Cynthia (Hector) & Kevin Myles