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Clifford Nantau

Clifford Roy Nantau, age 84, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, August 28th, 2018 after a 13 year battle with Parkinsons. Cliff was born on January 2nd, 1934 in Windsor Ontario Canada to Clifford and Rose Nantau. He graduated from Denby HS in Detroit in 1952 and joined the Navy the following year and completed his service in 1956. Cliff worked his way up the ranks in Data Processing to Computer Operations to the VP of Automated Marketing Systems overseeing all of their products and IT solutions before his retirement in 2002. Cliff was a caring family man who loved golf, racquetball and just sitting back having fun. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Patricia Nantau and his son and daughter, John (Heather) and Jill Bice (Dr. Robert Bice) as well as his 6 grandchildren (Brett, Bobby, Chelsea, Lauren, Zachary and Lyndsey) along with his brother Wayne Nantau and sister Marge Stemen. Frank Sinatra lover – he did it his way … baby!! You will be missed. A memorial service is planned for Wednesday, September 5th at Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly, MI starting at 10:30AM sharp with a celebration of life to follow at Woodfield CC at 10200 Woodfield Dr, Grand Blanc starting at 11:30AM. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Parkinson's Foundation at http://parkinson.org/

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Posted: Wed, August 29, 2018

Cliff you were a great man. I am so glad I had the opportunity to take care of you and meet your wonderful family. You will be missed here at Wellbridge. Rest in Peace

~Haustin Rich    

It was an honor and privilege to get to know your husband and your beautiful family, Pat. Thank you for trusting us with his care these last few years. I will miss him terribly and I'll always remember his gentle spirit, witty sense of humor and that twinkle in his eye! He did do it "His Way!!"

~Kelly Griffin    

I worked with Cliff when I first started out in IT at the Fruehauf Corporation in Detroit. Cliff was an exceptional person to work for and I still have nothing but great memories of those days. My condolences go out to his family for their loss. Cliff was an exceptional person and I will always have fond memories of the times we worked together. My thoughts are with Cliffs family.

~Joe Sarnovsky    

Dear Family:     I wanted to convey my sincere regret for your recent loss.  In the difficult days ahead I hope you will find comfort in happy memories. Revelation 21:4 says that soon 'death will be no more, neither will mourning, nor outcry nor pain be any more'.  We have the promise of seeing our loved ones again in a world with no more suffering.   You are in my thoughts and prayers.  For more comforting information go to www.jw.org



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