Clarence Robert Dornblaser
  • 60 years old
  • Date of birth: Jun 27, 1930
  • Date of passing: May 5, 1991
Let the memory of Clarence be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Clarence Dornblaser, 60, born on June 27, 1930 and passed away on May 5, 1991. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Linda Dornblaser on 27th June 2016

"Happy Birthday in Heaven Dad miss you so much...we all are missing you this year for some reason..not sure why...some days are better then others....oh well someday we will be with you again...until then,  please watch over all of us and take care of us threw God our you...Linney"

This tribute was added by Lisa Cordi on 27th June 2016

"Happy birthday dad I miss you so much this year seems to be worse then ever. You would be so proud of your grand daughters. All your grand children. I love you so much. Keep watching over us all"

This tribute was added by Lisa Cordi on 27th June 2015


This tribute was added by Scott Dornblaser on 18th February 2014

"Dad what to say first I miss you alot and the memory's ill never forget is helping you with chores and talking about cars and that 34 ford we were going to billed I didn't forget about it ill make it someday and how could I forget watching home again with bob vela Steve you remember that how dad would say he was taken every ones tools lol couldn't think of a better man to become like then you dad and fallow in his foot steps love and miss you lots dad"

This tribute was added by Janice Relyea on 18th February 2014

"wow, where do I begin...I have so many memories of you that its hard to pin point just one...I began loving you like you were my own dad... you were there for your family, no matter what was going on or hard things got...And when I had Amy Jo, you were her "pappy", I wish she could remember you, and how you loved her with all your heart & soul(she loved you too the same). I still think about all the great times with the family. I know you're looking after each and everyone of us even though you're not here. One day we'll met again and pick up from where things ended, but until then~ Amy Jo & I love you with all our heart~"

This tribute was added by Linda Dornblaser on 17th February 2014

"Dad, don't know where to begin..but I do remember when I was very little...I would follow you out to the garage, and watch you work away at building...God knows what were always building about that huge picnic could have made it for the Waltons..but then I guess we were like the waltons..needed that big or that play house you built for Karen and I..wound up being a house for you painted was silver..I remember watching you build things..hammering away. I would just be blinking bad but I wouldn't budge..just stayed right there..i remember that well..i remember the day I was in the hospital in Philadelphia I was 10 years old had to have a special test, Mom was there inside with me, when they were done I managed to go out in the waiting room there you were, you helped me up on your lap, I was crying Daddy it hurt, you held onto me..pain went away...these are just a few things I remember about you..and what a hard worker you were ..good provider for your family. We all miss you Dad, Mom misses you a lot, but we are all looking out for each other for now. till we can all be together again ..Love you Dad...Good night <3 :)"

This tribute was added by steve dornblaser on 17th February 2014


This tribute was added by steve dornblaser on 17th February 2014

"Dad, hot summer days still bring me back to walking the fence line doing repairs and how tired i was at the end of the day. If i could relive just 5 min of those days. Miss you!"

This tribute was added by Carol Williams on 17th February 2014

"DAD I just want to say we luv u and miss u very much not a day goes by after all these years that we don't think of u. there are so many family memories as we were growing up.we all luv u here I just wish the boys would have got to meet u even though I tell them stories it just don't take the place of meeting u stories just don't do anything for  the real u. I remember so many things but couple thing that really stick out in my memory was the family rides on a sunday !!! we would all jump into our station wagon with three seats and off we would go back roads and hills here we come !!!!!lol and also the morn I was driving home from work on the highway and roads were covered with snow and saw an exit coming up with a car coming off it didn't know how I was going to do this as I was so close to that car and said lord tell dad I need him within an instant felt like I didn't have to control the steering or the brakes I was slowed down the car came out of the exit and went just in front of me and all was fine thank u dad and thank u god !!! well I could go on and on but dad just want to say im sending luv and kisses from our house to
ur home in heaven !!! we luv u till we meet again !!!! hugs!!! luv ur daughter carol and family !!!"

This tribute was added by Barbara Dornblaser on 17th February 2014

"Dad - I'm sorry I never got the chance to officially call you that, but you knew all along. I still say to this day that I could listen to you talk all day(you and that Dutchy accent of yours). We have so many stories and experiences that we wished we could have shared with you, but you were there, weren't you? Please continue watch over your family. All our love - Barb & Bud"

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