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Corrigan Craciun Funeral Home

20820 Lorain Road, Fairview Park, OH

OBITUARY

Wilma H. Clifford

August 8, 1921August 27, 2019

Wilma Helen Clifford (nee Fuderer), age 98, passed away Tuesday, August 27, 2019. Beloved wife of the late Robert Joseph; loving mother of Karen A. Fuller (Tim) of DuBois, PA and Robert J. Clifford Jr. (Cheri) of Perry, OH; dear grandmother of Katherine Dorrier (Jason), Leanne Fuller, Brianna Clifford, Brian Fuller and Abigail Clifford; great grandmother of Max and Calvin; sister of the late Norman Fuderer and Frank Klein; much-loved aunt of Carol Fuderer; and cherished by her second family the Zemeks. Wilma enjoyed golf, bowling, traveling with her TOPS group, and spending time with her family. In lieu of flowers donations may be forwarded to the American Cancer Society or the Northeast Ohio SPCA. Mass of Christian Burial Saturday August 31, at 11:30am in St. Brendan’s Church, 4242 Brendan Lane, North Olmsted. Please meet at church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. 440-331-0500

  • FAMILY

  • Robert Joseph Clifford, Husband (deceased)
  • Helen (Schmidt) Fuderer, Mother (deceased)
  • John T. Fuderer, Father (deceased)
  • Karen A. (Tim) Fuller, Daughter
  • Robert J. (Cheri) Clifford Jr, Son
  • Grandchildren: Katherine (Jason) Dorrier, Leanne Fuller, Brianna Clifford, Brian Fuller and Abigail Clifford; Great Grandchildren: Max and Calvin; Brothers: the late Norman Fuderer and Frank Klein; Niece: Carol Fuderer; Second family: the Zemeks
  • DONATIONS

  • American Cancer Sosiety
  • Northeast Ohio SPCA

Services

  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, August 31, 2019

Memories

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Roger/Sue Anderson

August 30, 2019

Mrs. Clifford was a young lady when I first met her at her Gessner Rd. home. She was always welcoming to me since I was only 6 years old when we met. Robert (Cliff) her son and I became good friends. I have left parts of me at Mrs. Clifford's house/yard. Playing hide and seek I ran into a tree limb of theirs and left part of my forehead there. The toughest time at Mrs. Clifford's house was getting a large splinter stuck in my butt cheek from their picnic table. Mrs. Clifford really loved the holiday's and once I remember had left their basement Xmas tree up until Easter. As I will be 67 in a couple of days, I have fond memories of Mrs. Clifford. I know the family will miss her, but she has provided many years of joy to everyone. God Bless-Roger and Sue Anderson (Asheboro, North Carolina)

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