OBITUARY

Clifford Morris Trezise

December 17, 1922June 14, 2010

Clifford Morris Trezise left us on June 14th, 2010. Born December 17, 1922 to Rube Trezise and Irma Easmond Trezise in Golden, Colorado. Cliff is survived by his wife Phaidor Randall Trezise, married in Geneva, Minnesota on September 5, 1948. Cliff graduated from Torrance High School in 1940 where he was a track star winning many honors. Cliff served in the Navy during World War II and enjoyed a career as an electrician. Cliff enjoyed socializing with his many friends in the Torrance area and was loved by many. Services will be held on Saturday, June 19th at Halverson, Stone & Myers Mortuary in Torrance. The viewing is at 2:00 p.m. and services at 3:00 p.m.

Visitation Saturday, June 19, 2010 2-3 p.m. Funeral Service 3:00 p.m. Halverson, Stone & Myers Chapel

Arrangements under the direction of Halverson, Stone & Myers Mortuary, Torrance, CA.

Services

  • Visitation` Saturday, June 19, 2010
  • Funeral Service Saturday, June 19, 2010
REMEMBERING

Clifford Morris Trezise

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Betsy Scott

June 30, 2010

Dear Phai,
I send condolences from Betsy, Bill, and Jane Foster, and our mom Shelly Foster. Cliff was our step-uncle, and we have fond memories of times together. The backyard dinners, always superb, was a special treat when we came over. Cliff presided over the BBQ like a master. That was his domain. He was proud of his efforts, and rightly so. You may not know it, but Cliff died four days before his last surviving step brother Alvin. They're all gone now. And we'll miss them all!
With love and condolences to you,

Dede Paulson

June 29, 2010

Aunt Phai, You've been through alot... I'm so sorry you're now going through this....I know you have some wonderful memories of lots of fun times...
I believe God gives us memories to help us thru these times.
Uncle Cliff was an amazing, great, fun guy! I have some great memories with both of you! You were always my favorite Aunt & Uncle.
I remember the time Uncle Cliff tried to teach me how to parallel park. I'd failed my driving test, so he came to my rescue and tried to teach me. He took me several times and was so patient. But, I just couldn't get it.
Another time was when I was 20 yrs old, driving home from work. I was driving by your house and thought my Dad was coming out of your house with both of you. (I had borrowed a car from my Mom's friend). Long story short - I hit a parked car (old cadillac) head on. You both came down to see what happened,(not knowing it was me) I jumped out of the car into Uncle Cliffs arms and was crying and said; " Oh! Uncle Cliff " he stepped back and I'll never forget the look on his face. He thought it was a drunk driver... The police came, you both took me home. Years later, Uncle Cliff told me; that neighbor tried to give him trouble for the longest time.....
I'll miss him! But, I'm glad he's in a better place now!
Love,
Dede Trezise - Paulson

Scott & Marianne Fleming

June 23, 2010

He was such a warm hearted gentleman, and he will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Bob Scherer

June 18, 2010

I worked under Cliff as an apprentice electrician off and on for several years back in the early 80’s. His highest professional integrity and personal quality placed him high on a pedestal in my mind, and set the bar to which I set my sights, and strove to achieve in my own career and personal life as well… I’ve thought of him often over the years, always with much fondness and appreciation. I remember when I completed my apprenticeship, after all the hours of classroom education and field training in which he played a major role, and I had just passed the journeyman examination, he set up a surprise graduation luncheon for me at his house in Torrance. He’d arranged for his wife Phay to come home early and prepare a delicious roast on their grill with all the fixings and celebratory enhancements. That generous expression of his genuinely kind heart and friendly caring nature meant so much, and has stayed with me over the years as one of my warmest memories... What a great guy… Cliff, thank you for everything, and I wish you well on your journey; and to you Phay, my deepest and most sincere condolences and prayers for strength in this most difficult time, until you and Cliff can be together again…
Bob Scherer

Shirley Mitchell

June 17, 2010

Please accept my heartfelt sympathy on your loss.

June 17, 2010

My condolences Phai. God Bless+

Carmen&Jorge Moran

June 17, 2010

May you and your family find the light of god in these most difficult times of life...
Cliff was such an amazing guy, his caring and dedication for everyone is what made him an angel from heaven.
May we keep you and your loved ones in our prayers.

Jerry&Jane Wright

June 17, 2010

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

TOM RISCHE

June 17, 2010

Our condolences to Phay and the family. Cliff was a good guy, whose long-time residence and memory helped in my History of the Torrance Schools. He was a fount of information about early Torrance.
TOM and GERRY RISCHE

FROM THE FAMILY