Clark Clinton Tanner “Clint”

Oscoda, Michigan
July 22, 1949 - August 4, 2017

Services

Clint’s family is planning a memorial service; date not yet established.

Obituary Notice

Clark Clinton Tanner “Clint”
Age 68, of Oscoda, MI passed away on Friday, August 4, 2017. He was born on July 22, 1949 in Tawas, MI to the late Clark and Florence Tanner (nee McArdle). Clint grew up in Tawas, MI and graduated from Tawas Area High School in 1967. He also attended Divine Word Seminary in Perrysburg, Ohio during his high school years. After graduating, Clint joined the United States Army and served during the Vietnam War. After his time in the military he attended Central Michigan University. Clint worked at Roger Mcintosh Chevrolet for many years and more recently worked at Tawas Tool. He enjoyed watching NASCAR races, studying his bible and spending time with his friends. Clint was an avid boxing fan and placed in rifle sharpshooting contests with high scores in the military. He is survived by his siblings, Lowell (Eldene) McArdle of Tawas, MI, Warren (Karen) Tanner of Alaska, Terry (Rosa) Tanner of New Mexico, Ruthanne (Tom) Piechocki of Wisconsin and Mary (Greg) Windsor of Tawas, MI. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Jack Tanner and his long term girlfriend, Deborah Keeth. Clint’s family is planning a memorial service; date not yet established. Memorial contributions can be made to the Wounded Warriors Project and you may offer your condolences at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.

Memorials

Memorial contributions can be made to the Wounded Warriors Project.

Condolences

Mary, sad to hear of your brother's death. Prayers are with you and your family at this time.
— Jan Albosta
Mary, Ruthann,Lowell,Terry, Warren & Families, so sorry for your loss, I have many good memories from our old neighborhood while growing up . May Clint rest in peace.
— Sandy (Clayton) Whitford
Clint was my Friend, a kind & gentle man. he came to visit me just after his lady friend had died. Clint was truly saddened by her passing, but told me that he would be ok. it was an honor for me to know Clint. I know that he had a lot of inner turmoil in this life. I am happy that your spirit is free now, fly to the angles my friend, Gods speed.
— John Buckmeier
so sorry about your loss,,,r.i.p. Clint
— Patti and Dennis Whitford
So sorry to hear of clint's passing. prayers for the family rest in peace clint. janet nelkie coyer
— janet coyer
Clint was more than a close friend of mine. He was more like a BROTHER. His family became my "extended" family. He was also the Godfather of our daughter when she was born in Tawas while I was in Vietnam. We had great times and I will NEVER EVER forget him. Rest-In-Peace Brother!!
— Jerry Reckman

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