Clyde L. Roberts Jr.

August 17, 1935November 5, 2012

On November 5, 2012, Clyde L. Roberts, Jr.; beloved husband of Grace Susan Roberts; devoted father of Karen Sheehy and husband Gary, Kathy Skopinski and husband Milton, Jr., David Roberts and wife Susan, Carol Schmidbauer and husband Alan, Donna Kaiss and husband Kevin, Clyde Roberts, III and wife Lisa; loving grandfather of Robert Raver, Jr., Nicole and Jessica Skopinski, Katelyn and Brooke Roberts, Kristen and Kelsey Schmidbauer, Ryan, Sean and Kellie Kaiss, Alissa and Heather Roberts; great-grandfather of Madison Grace (Gracie M.) Mallow, Hailey, Eric, Kylie and Kaiden Raver; dear brother of Charles and Mary Roberts, Innis and John Dauer, William and Patricia Roberts. Relatives and friends may gather at Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air, Inc., 610 W. MacPhail Rd., Bel Air MD 21014, on Thursday & Friday, November 8 & 9, 2012, 2-4 & 7-9 p.m., and where a funeral service will be held on Saturday, November 10, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery.


  • Visitation Thursday, November 8, 2012
  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2012
  • Visitation Thursday, November 8, 2012
  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2012
  • Funeral Service Saturday, November 10, 2012

Clyde L. Roberts Jr.

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Marge Dacko

March 14, 2013

I thank you for being such a great man to my sister. As a father, you were the best. Your children now and their families can attest to that. You are so misses by all. The times that you and Sue and Horace and I had together are in my heart as wonderful memories. SSS is doing well because she has your love in her heart at all times. The love and respect glows from her and peace and comfort are coming to her slowly. You will always be a constant companion to everyone and to me. Miss you very much.

Karen Sheehy

November 16, 2012

Dad, you have been gone now for over a week and it still doesn't seem real. Not an hour goes by that I don't think of you. I am so truly grateful and lucky to have been able to call you Dad. The lessons you taught me through your wisdom and love can never be measured and will never be forgotten. Thank you for being a wonderful and wise father and showing all of us the true meaning of love in the way you loved and respected Mom. I know you are in a better place but there are no words to express how deeply you are missed. Forever In My Heart. Love, Your Daughter Karen

David Roberts

November 14, 2012

Dad, I guess in a way with death there is a celebration of life. I view your life as a success and the world was a better place because you were here (at least my world was). Of course, you had some mischief sprinkled in and I think you took great pride in that mischief. I'm proud you were my Dad and appreciate the great childhood memories and am thankful for the way you taught me to live life. I'm also thankful that you were such a good husband to my Mom. So, in the end, I really want to say thank you, I'll miss you and I love you. Until I see you again, you'll be in my heart. Love, David.

November 9, 2012

my thoughts and prayers are with all of you.i will always remember mr.clyde your next door neighbor from force rd. carol ann udzinski

November 9, 2012

To Carol and Family,

We extend our sincere condolences in this season of loss and grief. May it be of some comfort to you to know that your friends and colleagues are thinking about you and wishing you the strength and serenity to cope at this difficult time.

KPMAS Controller's Group

Margaretann O'Rourke

November 9, 2012

I send my love and sympathy to the entire Roberts Family. I have fond memories of Mr. Roberts, and have enjoyed many years of friendship with his daughter, Carol. I wish you all Strength, in coping with your Loss.

November 9, 2012

Carol, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family..

Adam Guido & Family

Christine Elliott

November 9, 2012

I will always remember Uncle Clyde spoofing on me about my hair. He'd smirk and ask me, "What did you do to your hair?" and we'd get a good laugh. You'll always be kept in our hearts.

Chuck Udzinski

November 8, 2012

Mr.Clyde was a good man. Quiet and unassuming he was the kind of guy that was always looking out not only for his family but he also looked out for the other kids in the neighborhood.

Thanks to Mr. Clyde I now know how to play chess. I'm not that good but that is not his fault. One hot summer day he just called me into the house, sat me down and he started to teach me the game. Not sure why but I'm glad he did.

In 1974 I bought a used car which was previously owned by the State Police. It was an ugly yellow color and needed some minor body work as well. Mr. Clyde took that car to where he worked and two days later that car had a shiny new paint job.

I haven't seen or talked to Mr. Clyde since I moved off of Force Road in 1975 but I've never forgotten him. He was a good man.

November 8, 2012

To Kathy, Milt and family.

Sorry we can not attend the viewing or funeral. We have a good friend that passed away also and his viewing and funeral cooincides with yours. Arlene and I send our deepest sympathy to each of you.

May God Bless You All!

Bryce and Arlene Hardy