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Clifford Donald Knobloch



MARCH 22, 1930 – JANUARY 26, 2023

Clifford D. Knobloch passed away on Thursday Jan. 26 2023, peacefully at home among family and friends. He was born March 22, 1930 in East Greenville, OH and moved to North Canton with Ann to raise his family, until moving out west to carry out his adventures in Loveland, CO.

Cliff was an honorable man, who faithfully served in the US Marine Corps and was a devoted member of the Zion Lutheran Church. He was the kind of guy who whistled while he worked and was the friendliest neighbor around. Cliff was a self-employed plumber who industriously added craftsman touches to each of his homes and gardens. He was an adoring husband and family man and who provided joy to everyone he encountered.

He is survived by his five children Terry Knobloch; Cris Knobloch; Kathy Hoyer; Linda & Jay Parks; Brian and Tammie Knobloch; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his sister Inez Fletcher of Massillon, OH.

He will be joining his beloved wife Ann and grandson Jordan at Resthaven Memorial; His spirit will also be joining his parents, Ira J. and Bertha (Peck) Knobloch; infant brother, Veryl H. Knobloch; three brothers, Charles, Robert and Ivan Knobloch; sisters, Bernice Taylor and Erma Francis.

Services will be held Friday, Feb. 3, 2023 at Zion Lutheran Church 815 E 16th St, Loveland, CO 80538 starting at 11 am with a viewing, followed by the funeral service at 12:30 p.m. Burial with military honors will be at Resthaven Memory Gardens 8426 US-287, Ft. Collins, CO. after the funeral service, with a reception to immediately follow at Resthaven's Reception Hall. Please send flowers and memorial donations to Zion Lutheran Church

A special thank you to all of his dedicated caregivers and the following organizations: Senior Helpers, Dignity Hospice, Covell Care and many friends and new family at Sugar Valley Estates.

Arrangements entrusted to Resthaven Memory Gardens Funeral & Cremation