Buehrer, Clifford

Written by David Green.

Clifford Wayne Buehrer, 74, of Marzolf Lane, Fayette, Ohio, died Aug. 27, 2006 at Community Hospitals in Bryan, Ohio.

He was born Aug. 20, 1932 in Garrett, Ind., to Olen and AnnaWanda (Replogle) Buehrer. He married Phyllis (Gamber) Lammon on March 30, 1985 in Winameg, Ohio, and she survives. He also married Emma Elizabeth “Betty” Porath and Elizabeth Swary, who preceded him in death.

Clifford graduated from Bryan High School in 1949. He retired from ARO Corporation in Bryan in 1994, after 42 years of service. He was a member of the Lions Club in Fayette and enjoyed radio controlled airplanes and the afternoon coffee hour at R&H Restaurant in Fayette.

Besides his wife, Clifford is survived by three daughters, Kay Hemminger of Shawnee, Kan., Karla Buehrer of Fayette and Karyl Cape of Bryan; three sons, Mark (and Margaret) Buehrer of Overland Park, Kan., Mickey Buehrer of Vernonia, Ore., and Michael Buehrer; four step-granddaughters, Connie Blumenfeld of Buena Park, Calif., Robin Taft of Redwood City, Calif., Penny Lammon (and Jim Snape) of Wauseon, Ohio, and Rebecca (and Donnie) Wright of Simi Valley, Calif. and several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, step-grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren.

Besides his two wives, he was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, John Lee Buehrer, and one granddaughter, Rebecca Lynn Buehrer.

Memorial services were Aug. 29 at Eagle Funeral Home in Fayette with Pastor Paul Sternisha officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to Gorham Fayette Fire and Rescue or Friends of Harrison Lake State Park.

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