Clifford M. Gaul

Born: Wed., Nov. 19, 1952
Died: Fri., Oct. 9, 2020


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Gaul, Clifford M. "Cliff" , 67 of Seward passed away October 9, 2020 at home. Born November 19. 1952 in Johnstown.   Son of Samuel C. and Jean (Rich) Gaul.  Preceded in death by parents.  Survived by loving wife, Jane and loving children: Beth Gaul- Windber, Steve Gaul (Joanna) - Las Vegas with grandson Trevor Gaul, Denny Boring (Paula)-Lititz, Pa., Tammy Burnheimer (Andy) - Benshoff Hill, Raquel Bush (Roger) - Marietta, Pa.  Step grandchildren, Ryan Burnheimer, Megan Witmer, Mikayla Burnheimer, Logan and Nate Boring; loving sisters Kathy McGeary and Bonnie Mundorff (John) and loving brother Jeff Gaul (Erica); numerous nieces and nephews.  Cliff loved working on his cars and driving them.  Especially, the 1957 Wagon. He also enjoyed drag racing, fishing, and music, from bluegrass to oldies to rock.  He played the guitar and the mandolin.  Cliff loved spending time with his grandchildren.  At his request there will be no viewing or visitation.  Private memorial service will be held at a later date.  Meese Funeral Home, Seward is honored to serve the family.

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Kimberly Anderson
   Posted Sun October 11, 2020
So sorry Jane,definitely gonna miss the old guy.You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love ya

David Dill
   Posted Mon October 12, 2020
Condolences to you and your family. Cliff was a member of our UHS 1970 class.I have not seen Cliff for years but I do remember his humor from our high school years and his interest in cars.

Coke Ellis
   Posted Tue October 13, 2020
Jane,So very sorry to hear about Cliff's passing,so many good memories and fun times we had together in Mobile,my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family,like we use to say, "my brother from another mother",may God Bless and keep you during these difficult times.

dale kassab
   Posted Sat October 17, 2020
Great smart guy. Funny as can be. We even recorded some music together. I liked his voice.
Mary Jane, you were a good match for him. Sorry for your loss, but very good memories.
I was thinking of him the other day in fact. Doing his slow head swipe to see if somebody gojoed a cone Dixie cup on your helmet without you knowing.
Miss you.

RoseMary Griffith
   Posted Sun October 18, 2020
Jeff and family--so sad to hear about Cliff. Over the years, I don't think I ever thought of him without a chuckle--such a funny, sincerely nice guy. Hugs to you and your sisters.

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