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Funeraria del Angel Corpus Christi

549 Cheyenne, Corpus Christi, TX

OBITUARY

Milton G. Clasen

January 13, 1941June 9, 2020

Milton G. Clasen was born on January 13, 1941 and passed away on June 9, 2020 and is under the care of Funeraria Del Angel.

Memorial Service will be held on July 10, 2020 at 6:00 pm at Unitarian Universalist Church, 6901 Holly Rd, Corpus Christi, TX.

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Services

  • Memorial Service

    Friday, July 10, 2020

Memories

Milton G. Clasen

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claire onuf

July 10, 2020

I just want to say how much I enjoyed getting to know Milton. We were in a church group together many years ago, and I learned about his warmth and so very funny sense of humour! Milton was a wonderful human being and he will be missed. I am honored to have been part of his life.

Mary Gleason

July 9, 2020

I remember Milton from the UU church. Such a gentle and positive presence . He will be sorely missed

Judith and Carroll Pate

July 9, 2020

Carroll and I have known Milton for many years as members of Unitarian Universalist Church. Milton was a quiet person who filled a place in our church with his dedication and support. We hope sweet memories will provide healing for his daughters. Milton will be missed.

John Porter

July 9, 2020

You helped me feel welcomed at U2C3. Thank you for being here, Milton.

Christopher Couteau

July 9, 2020

What a loss! Milton will be sorry missed at The UU church and everywhere.

My condolences to the family in these hard times.

Chris Couteau

Bruce Schueneman

June 22, 2020

Milton was a great library colleague. In his over 50 years at A&I/TAMUK he personally cataloged more items held by the library than anyone else, and did it well. Many years ago he was accorded enhanced status by OCLC, which allowed him to edit master records, an honor given to few catalogers.

He and Lydia were very welcoming when we moved to Kingsville from California in 1979, and Jesusita and I enjoyed their hospitality. Milton was also a regular at the old coffee break sessions that continued through the mid 80s.

Requiescat in pace!

The photo below shows Milton with Mary Louise Jeffers and Bruce Schueneman about 1983.

Eloisa Cox

June 21, 2020

Tio Milton, I enjoyed listening to your long explanations of different topics, you were so knowledgeable. You had patience and were very kind to all of us. I'm so glad we all had the opportunity to see each other during the family reunion and when we met at the restaurant in the attached photo years ago. Thank goodness for FB as we were able to stay connected ♥🙏 Say hi to Tia in heaven for me 😊 Love you, Ana

Margaret Land

June 20, 2020

I am so sorry for you loss. I met the Clasens early in my years at TAMUK. Mrs. Clasen died a few years ago. She had been a member of the University Womens Club and they participated in activities. Milton worked in the university library. Our paths outside the university intersected about voting and such. He was a quiet kind man. He will be much missed.

Bobbi Reed

June 20, 2020

My deepest condolences to Milton’s family. My husband Mike, and I knew Milton and Lydia at the UU church. I sell HEB gift cards and manage the million penny collection as fundraisers for the church. Every Sunday Milton was at church, he always came with a bag of pennies and bought a gift card. That was our chance to check in with each other. I will deeply miss those little chats.
Rest In Peace, Milton.

Pam Donnelly

June 19, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Milt’s passing. During the 4 years we attended church together (2010-2014) I could always count on a welcoming smile and kudos from him for whatever the band had played that day. I am lucky to have known him.