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Clifford Lee Stubbs
1950 ~ 2022 (age 72) 72 Years Old
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Cliff went onto Heaven on March 15, 2022 to be with Jesus. He will be dearly missed. He died of stage 4 colon cancer.
Born: February 5, 1950 Age 72, he was the son of the late Clarence Elmer and Mary Elder Stubbs. He was preceded in death by his first wife Barbar (of 42 years) and his brother Tom.
He leaves behind his wife Janis, his daughter Shanna Anderson (husband Jason), son Shane (wife Tiffany), son Shaun, son Sheldon (wife Shannon), granddaughter Melody and great granddaughter Rosalina). He also leaves stepchildren, Gary Steven Nash (wife Mary and their children and their spouses and granddaughter Aurora (another great granddaughter), Angela Lobe (and daughters), Evonne Swalling (husband Garret and Children), Nash Carey (and children). He also leaves surviving siblings Juanita Carter (Ben), Patricia Smith, Linda Goodrich (Kevin) and Rick Stubbs (Diana), Barbie Stubbs (his late brother Tom's wife), and families of his siblings.
Cliff was a hard worker and good provider for his family. He always tried to do his best at everything he did. He worked hard to protect those he loved and teach them to plan ahead and stay safe. It is his biggest desire they will all come to love Jesus and serve God in all they do, so all of them will join him in Heaven.
He was a wonderful loving husband, father and caring friend to all. He had a real love of cars, fast ones. He had a Dodge Charger than even though his children never saw that car (it was sold before they were born), they often talked about it. Meaning they knew about the car through him.
He did beautiful woodworking, his favorite project was wood crosses that he made in his last years. He gave many of them to friends and family and sold them also. He also created jewelry boxes, Star Trek pins and boxes. He also built picnic tables and cedar chests that were works of art.
Cliff did not want a service (distance, Covid and other reasons) but, he wants everyone to celebrate his life and praise God that he is in Heaven with God. He is no longer in pain. Janis will send information as to his final resting place (on earth) with pictures of the headstone, to family and anyone else that may request the information. He is looking forward to a reunion in Heaven for his family and loved ones.
He was blessed with family and neighbors that were eager to help when he got sick. He would like to express his thanks for the assistance, help and prayers during this time. Hes sons, Shane, Shaun, and Sheldon all worked on his home putting it in good repair. Randy and Jennifer York, John and Jan Bird, Dale and Debra Norton, Marty Wilinski, and many others did many things to help during the difficult time of his illness.
Psalms 19:14 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in your sight, O LORD, my rock and my redeemer.