OBITUARY

Walter Clinton Berkheiser

September 23, 1945August 21, 2018

Walter Clinton Berkheiser was born on September 23, 1945 and passed away on August 21, 2018

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Walter Clinton Berkheiser

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Shelby Taylor

August 29, 2018

I was with Clint the last few days before he passed. I was his caregiver and friend. I remember you now Clint as I always will. You where a character you'd always have a smile for me when I'd get there even if you weren't feeling your best. We'd sit and chat a bit , tell me what you'd like to do for the day and always shared a laugh about something. You loved collecting coins, native American artifacts and wildlife. You always made sure there was food in the feeders for the "Hummers" because you loved to watch them out the window. I enjoyed to hear your stories about your life and your time living up at the ranch. I will miss sitting and watching "American Pickers" with you while you chowed down on one of your favorites, a mushroom cheese steak from the hoagie place. I didn't know you long, I wish I'd known you longer but am thankful for the time I did know you. I'm sad your gone but find comfort in knowing you're no longer in pain. May your spirit now fly free like the eagle. Your in my thoughts always, your friend and caregiver, Shelby.

Shelby Taylor

August 29, 2018

I was Clint's caregiver and friend. I was with him in his last days before he passed. Im here to say I remember you Clint and always will. I didn't know Clint for very long but we became fast friends. He was a character and always had a smile for me when I'd come to see him. He was a generous person. Loved wildlife always made sure I filled up the humming bird feeders because he enjoyed so much watching them out his window. He loved coins and native American artifacts. We'd watch "America Pickers" together while enjoying one of his favorite a mushroom and cheese steak hoagie. I am very saddened by his passing , but find comfort that he is no longer in pain. I wish I could have know you longer Clint but as you always said " It is what it is". It was a pleasure knowing you and hearing your stories I will miss them and you my Friend. Your always in my thoughts. Your friend and caregiver, Shelby.