CLYDE EUGENE BARTOCK
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CLYDE EUGENE BARTOCK DEMOTTE, IN
Clyde EugeneBartock, age 89 of DeMotte, IN, passed away on October 23, 2016. He was born in East Chicago, IN and a graduate of East Chicago Washington H.S. class of 1945. Clyde was a WWII Army Veteran serving in the 6th Army and a member of the American Legion Post 369. He retired from E.I.Dupont 25 year club. He was a Chicago Cub and Indiana University Basketball Super Fan and enjoyed crafting model airplanes, fishing, duck hunting and socializing with his abundance of friends. He attended Faith United Church of Christ in Hammond. Clyde was preceded in death by his wife, Ruth M. Bartock (nee Anderson); daughter, Rebecca Bartock; parents, Nick and Ruth A. Bartock (nee Havengar). He is survived by his loving children: Elizabeth (Ramiro) Villarreal, Terry Cummins, Craig Bartock, Claudia (Ed) Wilson; grandchildren: Ashley (Will) Fedanzo, Jennifer King, Chris Wilson; great-granddaughter, Mia Fedanzo; loyal, loving friend, Vickie Quandt (Beau). May God bless all of Clyde's friends who have been a defining, important bright spot in his life. We are all a piece of the pie that made his life complete. Friends may visit with Clyde's family on Thursday, October 27, 2016 from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with Eulogy at 6 p.m. given by daughter, prayer by Kyle Veld, at Burns Funeral Home, 10101 Broadway, Crown Point, IN. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. www.burnsfuneral.com



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I miss you daddy! Your daughter, Beth
Elizabeth Villarreal
October 18, 2020
They did it for you daddy, 11:45 pm on 11/2/21016, I hope you got to see it from your seat in heaven....Cubs are world series champions!
Elizabeth Villarreal
November 2, 2016
Thanks to all of you who loved my dad, and made his world a better place... he literally went out with a bang, we made sure of it....go Cubbies, you have to win this for Clyde
Elizabeth Villarreal
October 28, 2016
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
J
October 28, 2016
Beth, the loss of a parent is always a devastating loss especially when the child and parent were extremely close as you and Clyde were. May you find comfort and healing in the memories you have of your dad. Tina
Tina Villarreal
October 27, 2016
My sympathy goes out to the bartock family.i have fond memories of clyde growing up and visiting at his house in griffith.in the last few years i seen him at my work and always had great conversations with him.rest in my friend and may perpetual light shine upon you.go cubs go
Rich Barsic
October 27, 2016
I'm going to miss you so much Clyde. You were a good friend and neighbor. We shared laughter and sorrow together. Until we meet again, God be with you.
Jerri Myers
October 26, 2016
The members of Faith United Church of Christ in Hammond were saddened to learn of his going home to heaven.
Shelia Turner
October 26, 2016
Clyde is now in Heaven watching over us all; we know he's in a much better place. I'm sure he's watching the Cubs in the World Series and hopefully will give them an extra push for a big Win!! He will always be in our hearts and he is with all of our other loved ones up in Heaven. Clyde, we love and miss you forever. Give Pinchy a hug for us.
Marcia
October 26, 2016
Go Cubbies, Clyde!!!
You will forever be in our hearts and part of our lives. We love you and have made a donation to Fisher House, in your honor.
Army Strong, HOORAH!
Lorie and John Leehang
October 25, 2016
This is my Grandfather, the Man that raised me, the Man I have called "Daddy" my entire life. He taught me how to play softball & helped coach the team. We would run around our yard at night grabbing earthworms so He could take me fishing the next morning. He will forever be in my heart.
Jennifer King
October 25, 2016
Daddy, you waited until the Cubs made the world series playoffs, we know you will be watching them win from a "better place" without pain or suffering......I miss you already, we love you very much, your daughter Beth and son in law Ray!
October 25, 2016
My condolences to Clyde's Family. I had the pleasure of working with Clyde for several years at DuPont's East Chicago plant. He was a great coworker. Many times he treated us to his "Hungarian pancakes" for lunch breaks. I last saw Clyde while I was on the Hammond Fire Department. He came into my office and we had a very good visit. I can still remember him sitting at my desk, and both of us sharing some good laughs.Clyde's Family is in my thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
Floyd White
October 25, 2016
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