October 10, 1949 ~ February 28, 2021

Born in: Winter Park, Florida
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN


Visitation: March 17, 2021 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Lavenia & Summers Home For Funerals
5811 East 38th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46218

Funeral Service: March 17, 2021 1:00 pm

Lavenia & Summers Home For Funerals
5811 East 38th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46218

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  1. It was my honor to have worked with Clifford for several years at Ivy Tech and on many days, he was one of the first people I talked with upon arriving at work. They say that the start of your day has a big impact on the rest of it and I can say that Clifford always started my day off with a smile on my face. I cannot say I knew Clifford as well as I would have liked but it was easy to see just what a huge heart he had, his love of family and just a person I enjoyed being around. When I retired, not seeing Clifford in his special chair and spending more than just a few minutes shooting the breeze with him, is one of the things I missed the most. Prayers and best wishes to his family and know that he will be missed.

  2. Mr. Clifford always and I mean always had a positive attitude and conversation with me. On his rounds throughout Ivy Tech he shared that bit of light that was needed. Rest well Mr. Clifford. You will be missed.

  3. Brother Clifford, I will miss your voice, your smile, listening to your sermons in the morning, and hearing you call me brother. What I will miss most of all is the way you made me feel. Like a Friar or Padre, I always felt I was in the presence of someone very spiritual and very wonderful. God bless you in the Kingdom of the Almighty. Watch over us as the angel you are in all our hearts, now in all our lives with God. My deepest and wholehearted condolences to the family. It was an honor to be his friend.

  4. Donn Peterson Ivy Tech Maintenance
    Ill miss him… from the beginning Clifford Larry (Mr Clifford )was an instant role model always telling me to” slow down Donn you moving too fast ” one capitol moment was he offered me a chance to pray with a group at work .He didn’t know it but that was a the game changer i needed that at that moment.. God Bless his strength in the word .

  5. Uncle Clifford, a man with so much talent. I think every year over the 40 something years 🤣. I found out something new that you were good at. Teaching, drawing, musical, carpentry, writing. So many it will take me the 40 some years to list. You loved and fought hard for the ones you loved. It’s time for you to rest and I know you will do that well as you do everything else. Love Mary

  6. It was my honor to know Mr. Clifford and call him a friend! I will miss his sweet smile in the morning as we chatted about life and the days ahead. I so looked forward to talking to him daily. Always positive and friendly. I’m sure that knee no longer bothers you my friend!! I know he is celebrating with the angels in Heaven now! So steadfast in his faith, there is no question where he has gone! God speed my friend! Prayers and love to his family. He was so proud of you!!!!!!!!!

  7. Clifford you will definitely be missed! The thing I will miss the most is when you would come to me on what the latest movies are that you should watch! haha good times! Rest easy my friend

  8. My condolences to the family. I worked at Ivy Tech for many years and my office was very near to Clifford’s workstation. Every day was always fun to be around Clifford, anything I ever needed help on he would go out of his way to help in a second. I’m sure he will be missed by many his fellow employees.

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