OBITUARY

Cloyce D. Druckenmiller

September 7, 1931May 24, 2019
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Cloyce D. Druckenmiller, 87, of Fremont, Ohio passed away at home on May 24, 2019 after a brief illness. He was born in Fremont, Ohio to the late Harley and Geraldine (Keller) Druckenmiller. He married Arlene Mauvelyn Schutt on June 14, 1958, they were married for 60 years and she survives. Cloyce enlisted in the U.S. Army on January 26, 1946. He served during the Korean War. His fellow comrades left Ft. Benning, GA for Okinawa, Japan and while in route the Korean War was declared and they were all told not to unpack their bags. He was Honorably Discharged on September 3, 1952 with the rank of Army Staff Sergeant. He was a life member of Clyde V.F.W. Post 3343 and a member of American Legion Post 121. Cloyce was also one of the original founding members of the Sandusky Township Fire Department. He stepped down from the department after an ankle injury to avoid injury to any of his fellow firemen in the early 1970’s. He worked for Overhead Door Company, Controls Company of America and Fremont City School District as a Bus Driver, retiring after 27 years. He was the first Maintenance Supervisor for the Sandusky County YMCA, where he retired after 32 years. He was a grandfather to many of the children who attended the YNCA Child Care Program and was known to them as “Mr. Cloyce”. Cloyce’s hobbies included gardening, camping, hunting, fishing, attending grandkids sporting events, traveling with family, collecting baseball hats, pencil sharpeners and his great collection of eagle statues. Survivors include his widow, 3 children: Ronald (Jackie) Druckenmiller, Faye (Dan) Kingsborough and Gary (Tami) Druckenmiller; 6 grandchildren; Angie, Jennifer, Abby, Mike, Matt and Cole; 4 great-grandchildren; Jacob, Landon, Jared and Kaylee. Also surviving are 2 brothers Lyle Druckenmiller and Denny (Linda) Bliss; 3 sisters: Bev Brandeberry, Darlene (Ralph) Scott, Belinda (Russell) Burkett. Cloyce was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Dale Druckenmiller and Donnie Thompson and sister Bev Trimble. Visitation will take place on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 from 2-8 P.M. at Keller-Koch-Chudzinski Funeral Home 416 S. Arch Street, Fremont, OH. Funeral Services will begin at 1:00 P.M. on Thursday, May 30, 2019 at the funeral home. Rev. G. Alan Brown, O.S.L. will officiate. Burial will follow at Greenlawn Memory Gardens with Clyde VFW Post 3343 performing military graveside rights. Memorial contributions may be made to Promedica Hospice, Sandusky Township Fire & EMS, Sandusky County YMCA, Hayes Memorial United Methodist Church or Donor’s Choice. Online condolences may be expressed at www. Kkchud.com

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  • Funeral Services Thursday, May 30, 2019

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Thomas Reineck

May 28, 2019

My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Cloyce was a customer of mine for 30 years. A true gentlemen.
Tom Reineck, former sales representative for Brown Supply Company

Associated Buyers

May 28, 2019

Family of Cloyce D. Druckenmiller.
May loving memories bring comfort to you in this time of sadness.
With Deepest Sympathy
Associated Buyers Employees and Their Families
Edward, Sandra, Donald L. and Willow V Schultz

James Warren

May 26, 2019

Great Uncle Cloyce always sent cards for holidays and birthdays. I've always felt that he loved EVERY member in our family near or far. Thank you Great Uncle Cloyce, for sharing your love with us all. We will miss you!

tammy reedy

May 26, 2019

My memories of this wonderful man is that he was my second dad. His daughter and I were very close friends in school. And after school everytime dad saw me he would always come up to me and give me a huge hug ask me about my day and at the end off our conversations he would always say love you. This ment alot to me. And even more after I lost my own dad 5 years ago. Rest in peace Dad and I love you to.

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