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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Clayton Walter (Ebert) Ebert

1927 - 2021

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Clayton Walter Ebert, 94, passed into eternal life on March 2, 2021 surrounded by his loving wife and daughters.

   Clayton was born in Lena, WI on January 19, 1927 to the late Walter and Florence (Schwab) Ebert, and was the oldest of three brothers. His family owned and operated a cheese factory and he became a licensed cheesemaker. Clayton graduated from Oconto Falls High School in 1944, and was drafted into the United States Army in 1945. He was stationed in Japan...

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MarieHuhn

March 23, 2021 5:46 PM

To Audrey and Clayton’s family I wish to express my condolences. Your loss is truly felt. With sympathy, Marie (Frisbie) Huhn

Elizabeth M. Timmins

March 19, 2021 3:45 PM

I am so very sorry to read this. This gentleman was so smart and kind and had a wonderful sense of humor. We will miss him out and about in the community.

John & Mary Kuhn

March 9, 2021 8:02 PM
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Our heartfelt condolences to Audrey and family. Clayton was a true gentleman and will be missed.
Thoughts and prayers are with you.

The Gericke Family

March 9, 2021 1:51 PM

We plant this tree in memory of a great man. May the roots grow deep and be the anchor of his legacy. May the branches grow wide and reach for the sky, as a blessing to new life and his teachings.
The Gericke Family

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David Gericke

March 9, 2021 1:34 PM

What a truly great man Mr. Ebert was. His passing is a great loss to his family and the community. Throughout my years of growing up in Seymour, he was always a giant of a man to me. His presence could be felt the moment you saw him or heard his voice. I lived just down the street from the Ebert’s, and he always had a watchful eye on all the kids. there were a few times he caught me doing who knows what, but told me maybe it was time to go home. He looked over his family, the neighborhood, was a community, business, and church leader, and served our country in a time of need. If there ever was a man that I looked up to and respected as a child and as a man, it is Mr. Ebert. Just before Covid came I had visited the Eberts at their home with my parents. Nancy, their lovely daughter was there along with Mr. & Mrs. Ebert. What a beautiful home they created together, full of love and life. It had been many years since I had been to their home. That same feeling of respect and reverence for him and Mrs. Ebert was there just like when I was a child. My very best to the family, I am sorry for your loss. He will be truly be missed and will always be in my heart.

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