Clifford  Astbury


Clifford passed away at age 91 his home surrounded by his loving family.
He was married to the love of his life Georgine (Guttowsky) Astbury.

Cliff was Korean war veteran.
He retired from the United States Post Office as the Fleet Supervisor.
He loved serving in his Church and family as a father, grand father, great grand father, brother & uncle.

Cliff will sorely be missed by all and preceeded in death by his parents Albert and Edith (Taylor) Astbury and his brothers Albert, William and Eric.
He was survived by many loving nieces and nephews, His wife Georgine, his daughters Debbie Kyes, Lori and Mark Lightfoot. Grand children Jason Lighfoot, Kevin and Charity Lightfoot, Rachel and John Ayres. Great grandchildren Andrew, Alexa, Shannon, Dakota, Taylor, Brooke and Kelly.

The family is greatful for the love and support of the home care givers Edie, Mary, Gene and Erin.

A memorial service will be held at St. Michael Lutheran Church, followed by dessert and fellowship
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Published on June 25, 2019
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4 posts

Sr. Yvonne Mary
Jun 26, 2019
I’m so sorry for your great loss. The world is better place because of him.
Jun 26, 2019
Cliff was such an awesome man. He saved my butt when i was 16 and ran into a mail truck. Lol. He always had a hug for me at church and always made me feel important. Allen and i have missed you both since your move. We will be praying for you Georgine, and for the family
Brenda Loucks Kostrzewa
Jun 25, 2019
So sorry to hear of your loss. We’ll pray for your family as you grieve. ❤️
Mark Loucks
Jun 25, 2019
I have never met a finer man this Cliff. He was always an inspiration to everyone who knew him.
I'm glad you are in Heaven now my friend. You didn't have to earn your left here with them on already. Your family will forever remember you as the best of the best. I know that is how I will remember you.