Clarence Steininger

October 8, 1936September 5, 2021

Clarence Steininger of Grenfell, Saskatchewan died on Sunday, September 5, 2021 at the age of 84 years.

Clarence was predeceased by his daughter Brenda Steininger in 2002.

He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Bonnie; children: Dale (Katherine) Steininger of Melville, Gail (Greg) Thody of Minnesota, USA and Mark (Denise) Steininger of Regina; brother Alvin (Darlene) Steininger of Grenfell; sisters: Darlene (Wayne) Issel of Saskatoon, SK, Joyce (Jack) Golschesky of Oakshela, SK and Lillian Sluz of Cranbrook, BC and also by his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

A private service will be held at a later date.


  • A private service will be held at a later date.


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Leta Brierley

September 17, 2021

We are sorry to hear about Clarence.
He was wonderful with our parents, Jean and Bernard, when he built their house. He was a skilled carpenter. He was, as well, a gentleman.
Our condolences to his family.
Cameron and Leta Brierley

Lois & Terry Warner

September 13, 2021

Deepest sympathy to Bonnie, Dale, Gail,Mark & families as well as Clarence’s siblings & their families

Frannie Annas

September 12, 2021

My memories of Uncle Clarence are treasured memories. As a young girl living on the farm, many weekends we would go to visit your family on your farm. I remember the long driveway like a tunnel. You always gave a helping hand to your brothers and sisters. I always came to visit you and Auntie Bonnie from whichever country I may have lived in . Always there would be coffee and stories to share. I always looked up to you. You always held a special place in my heart as you were my God Father as well as my Uncle. That smile will be missed. I will miss you . May you Rest In Peace.
Love Frannie

Debra Parker

September 12, 2021

You will be dearly missed Uncle Clarence. I can’t believe you are gone and have been taken from us. Love from all of us Debra, Shayne, Ross and Aspen.

Shantelle Whitworth

September 12, 2021

So many amazing memeries flood my head, Gramps. Our gummy worm and soda tea parties, our walks to the dollar store to find hidden treasures, racing your riding mower for hours around the shop yard, letting me shift the gears in the VW beetle, and lets not forget our critter play time and our afternoon snuggle during nap time. My summers spent with you and Granny are some of my fondest memories. I am so greatful you met my girls and I got to see you play critters with them. I love you and miss you so much. Try not to worry, Granny and I will be okay until we see you again. You and Auntie Brenda be sure to save us some gummy worms. All my love to you, Granny, and family.

Love Always,
Shantelle and family

Heidi Sens

September 11, 2021

So sorry for your loss Bonnie, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and you family.

Deanne Krausher

September 11, 2021

Uncle Clarence and my dad spent many hours and all their skills building an outdoor shower on wheels for our Steininger reunions. He had so many talents and did everything with pride. A very honest, gentle and caring man. He will be so sadly missed!! Our thoughts are with auntie Bonnie and family. Love you all.

Wendy Warner

September 11, 2021

Bonnie and family, my Deepest and most Heartfelt Sympathy to all of you at this very sad time. GOD BLESS. Wendy Warner

Pamela Ossman

September 11, 2021

Our deepest sympathies for the loss of your dad, Mark. We sure had some good times around his kitchen table, especially the couple nights before our wedding in '92 and all the great times we had @/behind the shop in the '80's. I will remember him as a good family man, always with a smile on his face for me anyways. I am sure he will be sadly missed. Our condolences to you, Bonnie, Dale, and the rest of the family.
Bruce and Pam Ossman

jim & louise mckee

September 11, 2021

So Sorry to hear of Clarence's passing Take care