Clancey M. Freese
- February 20, 1975 - February 16, 2013
- Wellsburg, Iowa
of Clancey's Passing
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It's funny when I saw this picture my mind went to Bert before even reading the article. No doubt she is having many laughs with her Grandma Sires. Heaven is lucky to have another Sires angel. I'm heart sick for the family. I hope peace can find you all. Ilah
Posted by: Ilah Mar 01, 2013
My condolences to Clancey's family and friends. I haven't seen Clancey since college, however, I know that she will be missed dearly by all those who had the opportunity of meeting her.
Posted by: LaRae (Hippen) Buhr Feb 25, 2013
love you, clancey. must have needed you somewhere else....you're an angel and always have been.
Posted by: lisa Feb 24, 2013
Condolences to the Freese crew and everyone in the know. I haven't seen Clancey since we were both kids, but it's always terrible to hear about this kind of thing happening to good folks. Wish I could be there for y'all.
Posted by: Tyler Weseman Feb 24, 2013
Our condolences to Clancey's Family. She was a special kind of Spirit! RIP Clancey-you are missed.
Posted by: Nancy & Joe Hammar Feb 23, 2013
Our sympathy goes out to you and your family. Our hearts are heavy with the loss of a wonderful, beautiful young woman. She will truly be missed. Thank you Bobe for stopping by and talking with us with our loss, and now you are going through it,
Posted by: Marj Stout Feb 22, 2013
My deepest sympathy to Candy and to the rest of Clancey's family. May fond memories of her remain long after the pain of loss has subsided.
Posted by: Sue Sires Feb 22, 2013
MN loves you and will miss your smile and laugh. May peace find your close friends and family at this time. You were a bright star.
Posted by: Kim Leipold Feb 21, 2013
One of a kind you will always be in my heart. You touched so many you will always with me. My deepest sympathis go out to every one who knew and loved you
Posted by: aussie Feb 21, 2013
Although life after high school took us in different directions, I will always remember with fondness playing sports with Clancey, particularly softball. She had the best smile accompanied by an infectious giggle. I pray for the comfort of family and friends as The loss of Clancey gets more sharp as the fog of shock clears over the next days, weeks, and months.
Mollie Nielsen Graves
Posted by: Mollie Graves Feb 21, 2013