By Tristan 

Clarence E. Ramberg

 


Clarence E. Ramberg

Clarence E. Ramberg, 80, a lifelong north Inverness farmer and area custom cutter, who retired in 1989 and enjoyed travelling in his motor home, died of natural causes Thursday, at the Liberty County Nursing Home in Chester.

A family service is being planned for a later date.

Cremation and arrangements are by Rockman Funeral Chapel in Chester.

Survivors are his wife of 60 years, Marietta (Jurenka) Ramberg of Chester; three children, Helen (Cliff) Wickum of Chester, Lynda (Mel) Fretheim of Shelby and Ray (Lori) Ramberg of Joplin; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren, and one sister, Ethel Jurenka of Boise, Idaho. He was preceded in death by three brothers, Clifford, Lawrence and Harold.


Clarence E. Ramberg, 80, a lifelong north Inverness farmer and area custom cutter, who retired in 1989 and enjoyed travelling in his motor home, died of natural causes Thursday, at the Liberty County Nursing Home in Chester.

A family service is being planned for a later date.

Cremation and arrangements are by Rockman Funeral Chapel in Chester.

Survivors are his wife of 60 years, Marietta (Jurenka) Ramberg of Chester; three children, Helen (Cliff) Wickum of Chester, Lynda (Mel) Fretheim of Shelby and Ray (Lori) Ramberg of Joplin; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren, and one sister, Ethel Jurenka of Boise, Idaho. He was preceded in death by three brothers, Clifford, Lawrence and Harold.

 

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