- February 20, 1975 - February 16, 2013
- Wellsburg, Iowa
of Clancey's Passing
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“My prayers go out to the Sires and Freese family. For Yall will be in my prayers for the rest of my days.
1 of 41 | Posted by: Callee Vossler
“I'm in tears right now, as I just read this for the first time. My heart goes out to Clancey. She was an incredible women. I hold many wonderful...Read More »
2 of 41 | Posted by: Callee Vossler
“I know this message is very late, but I just found out. I remember when Clancey was born. The perfect combination of Candy and Bill, but there was no...Read More »
3 of 41 | Posted by: Deb
“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....Read More »
4 of 41 | Posted by: Ilah
“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...Read More »
5 of 41 | Posted by: LaRae (Hippen) Buhr
“love you, clancey. must have needed you somewhere else....you're an angel and always have been.
6 of 41 | Posted by: lisa
“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...Read More »
7 of 41 | Posted by: Tyler Weseman
“Our condolences to Clancey's Family. She was a special kind of Spirit! RIP Clancey-you are missed.
8 of 41 | Posted by: Nancy & Joe Hammar
“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....Read More »
9 of 41 | Posted by: Marj Stout
“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.
10 of 41 | Posted by: Sue Sires
“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...Read More »
11 of 41 | Posted by: aussie
“Although life after high school took us in different directions, I will always remember with fondness playing sports with Clancey, particularly...Read More »
12 of 41 | Posted by: Mollie Graves
“You will be missed your time here was way to short you touched so many you will always be in my heart. My deepest sympathies go out to every one who...Read More »
13 of 41 | Posted by: aussie
“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.
14 of 41 | Posted by: Kim Leipold
“Clancey's free spirit will live on forever but she will be dearly missed by her family and so many friends. She has left wonderful memories behind....Read More »
15 of 41 | Posted by: Marcia Sathl
“Prayers go out to Clancey's family and friends.Your smile will forever be missed> RIP
16 of 41 | Posted by: Kim Massman (Bush)
“Thoughts and prayers for the whole family at this difficult time...RIP Clancey
17 of 41 | Posted by: Mike & Pat Fuller
“My deepest condolences to all of your family and friends. You were the most free spirited person I have ever met, you left a huge wonderful impact on...Read More »
18 of 41 | Posted by: Tangy Wormley
“Thoughts and prayers go out to Clancey's family and friends. Rest in peace Clancey!
19 of 41 | Posted by: Stephanie (Twito) Ralston - WI
“I met Clancey at Waldorf College and remember her always smiling, so full of life. She had many, many friends. Happy birthday today, Clancey!
"My...Read More »
20 of 41 | Posted by: Laura Friesenborg
“Very sad to.hear of a young classmate passing away. She will be missed by everyone from waldorf college.
21 of 41 | Posted by: Brent Bacon - bartonvillr, IL
“To the family of Clancey Freese:
On behalf of the entire Waldorf College Alumni Association, I extend my sincere sympathy. My heart goes out to all...Read More »
22 of 41 | Posted by: Rita Gilbertson - Forest City, IA
“Rip my friend
23 of 41 | Posted by: LCW
“Clancey will surely be missed and her passing makes me think of how easily a great person can be gone from our lives at any time. Bless her family...Read More »
24 of 41 | Posted by: Jen/Marilyn/Mikel Kugel
“My heart is heavy thinking of a dorm friend from Waldorf. I am shocked to Hear this as you were so young, Clancy. My husband was found dead at 38....Read More »
25 of 41 | Posted by: Heather Sexton Eldridge
“Rest in peace. Our prayer are with you.
26 of 41 | Posted by: Dan Walterman
“I'm so sorry for your loss!!!! Rest in Peace Clancey!!!!
27 of 41 | Posted by: Michelle Fuller Reinicke
“I met Clancey at Waldorf College and we instantly connected. We had a great friendship. She was also my teammate on the Waldorf College softball team...Read More »
28 of 41 | Posted by: Casey (Sadler) Larsen
“I feel fortunate I had the opportunity to know Clancey before she was swept away. I have never met a happier or kinder person. The good times will...Read More »
29 of 41 | Posted by: RUTHIE
“All of Gods angels come to us in disguise ... and that Clancey is! My thoughts and preys go out to all who had been blessed to know her... take...Read More »
30 of 41 | Posted by: R
“You will be missed Clancy. You are now at peace.You will always be riding on the back of my Harley(the teddy bear ) we always talked about so your...Read More »
31 of 41 | Posted by: Barb Henn
“Clancey was truly one of a kind! She was the most genuine, kind, energetic and friendly person to everyone she met. I remember playing and cheering...Read More »
32 of 41 | Posted by: Tricia Detje Zeis
“Thoughts and prayers go out to all of Clancey's family and friends!
33 of 41 | Posted by: Carrie Heeren
“Military DUTIES, even.
34 of 41 | Posted by: Marcus Cross
“Rest in peace Clancey! You will truly be missed by many, especially your Waldorf family. I will never forget your smile and laughter. You were...Read More »
35 of 41 | Posted by: Michele Morales (Clements)
“Clancey always made me smile and her big hugs always made you feel welcome. May good memories help you through the grief. Our love and prayers are...Read More »
36 of 41 | Posted by: Carol & Corrine
“I am unable to attend because of military future, but I will miss you, Clancey. I'll think of you you often!
37 of 41 | Posted by: Marcus Cross
“prayers go out to the family, i am so sorry for your loss
38 of 41 | Posted by: Teresa Perkins
“Rest in peace Clancey.
39 of 41 | Posted by: Marv grummitt
“Although I didn't know her, except when I saw her, my thoughts and prayers are with Jada, Candy and the rest of the family.
40 of 41 | Posted by: Ken and peg Deberg
“Our deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family as you struggle through the grief and sadness. Please know that you are in our thoughts and...Read More »
41 of 41 | Posted by: Ewald & Korina von Aswege
Creps-Abels Funeral Home & Monuments
Clancey M. Freese, 37, of Wellsburg, formerly of Dike, passed away on Saturday, February 16, 2013 at the University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City due to natural causes. Results of an autopsy are pending with the Iowa State Medical Examiners Office. A celebration of Clancey's life will be held on Sunday, February 24th from 1 to 5 P.M. at the Dike Community Building in Dike. Per Clancey's wishes, her body has been cremated and inurnment will be private. Memorials may be directed to the family. Clancey was born on February 20, 1975 in Cedar Falls, Iowa, the daughter of Billy Freese and Candace Sires. She grew up in Dike, graduating from the Dike High School with the class of 1993. After high school, Clancey attended Waldorf College in Forest City where she received her 4 year degree in criminal justice. She was also on the Waldorf College Softball team. After college, she moved to Minneapolis, MN where she worked as a jailer for 7 years in Hennepin County in Minnesota. She then returned home to Wellsburg and worked as a jailer in Hardin County for 2 years. She was most recently employed by the Town House in Wellsburg. Clancey was an avid sports fan, especially softball. She loved the Minnesota Vikings and was an animal lover, especially her dog Tana. Most importantly, Clancey loved being around people. She had many friends and will be missed dearly by them, her family and all that knew and loved her. She is survived by her mother Candy Sires of Wellsburg & father Billy Freese of Dike; paternal grandmother Wilma Freese of Dike; siblings Jada Oakes, Blake Oakes, Shelby Freese & Trenton Freese; nephew Harris Oakes; special friend Travis Mead; many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Clancey was preceded in death by her; maternal grandparents Vern & Roberta Sires: paternal grandfather Rich Freese; step-father Dave Oakes. Clancey had made the selfless act to become an organ donor. She was able to donate the gift of life to many recipients.
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