Cliff was born January 31, 1930 in Lackawana New York. He went to be with the Lord Sunday, May 23, 2021.
Cliff served in the U. S. Army during the Korean War. Being a Golden Glove boxer in his younger days, he fought valiantly to the very end. Cliff smiled everyday knowing that heaven was waiting for him. He was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by his brother, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren as well as everyone who knew him.
A service will be held at noon on Friday, June 11 at the Amelia Veterans Cemetery 10300 Pridesville Rd. Amelia VA 23002.
A private luncheon for immediate family will be held following the service.
We miss you so much old man. Love you Grandpa Cliff.
So many memories riding, crammed in the back of Tim’s truck with David to go visit you. You were always so kind. May you Rest In Peace.
I miss you Grandpa, and will always miss you. Thank you for everything. I cherish everything you’ve done for me as a child and as an adult. Thank you for serving in the Korean War. I love you. ❤️ until we meet again.
We love you Grandpa, David and I will miss you. You was always so sweet ,loving, caring. I’m glad I got to be apart of your life. I loved when Momma Lorrian and I got to take you out to Grocery stores to get you out and about. We know your in a better place now no more pain. Flying high till we meet again 👼
Clifford, you stole my heart from the moment I met you! I feel soo blessed to have been given the opportunity to share in the final leg of your journey on earth. Until we meet again….
Cliff was very special to our family. He loved his Church outings on Sunday and going out to eat afterwards. He always had a hug and a smile for you. A true ladies man ❤️ RIP sweet Cliffie.
Sorry for your loss, Tim and Lorraine, I never met your dad, Tim, but I saw a very happy man in his final days,thanks to your care and company…RIP Mr. McKee…💕
To all the family members and friends of Clifford we are deeply saddened to hear of his passing away. Even though we did not see much of each other in later years with Clifford living in Virginia and my residing in Western NY we managed to keep in touch.
Uncle Clifford, to me, had this special self-effacing way about him with a ready smile and hint of devilishness in his eyes. Over his life he did so many things, seen so many things and endured his share of trials and tribulations without the slightest bit of complaining that I was aware of. I enjoyed seeing him, the times that I was fortunate to do so. Just knowing that he was there was neat. We both got a kick out of our sharing the same birth date too.
Some who Knew Clifford in a passing way might say, Yes, he was a nice enough average guy who led an average live. I would say back, the world would be a far better place if there were many more average, nice guys like Clifford.
Dad you never judged a book by its cover. You never looked the other way when someone needed help, weather if I just needed someone to talk to or advice you were there. Thanks for being there and welcoming me into your family.
Gramps.. thank you for everything. I have learned so much from you. I will cherish every memory and lesson you shared with me ❤
I love you grandpa