Clarence Roy Keiser
Clarence R. Keiser, 92, passed away on January 31, 2021.
Born April 16, 1928, in Sandpoint, Idaho to Roy D. and Ethel O. Keiser, Clarence was the younger brother of sisters Ruby Mae (Fenander) and Virginia (Unholz). A 1947 graduate of Vancouver High School, Clarence served in the U.S. Navy before returning to Clark County to work at the paper mill in Camas, Washington, where he met Diane Knoble. The two were married and in 1951, they welcomed a baby girl, Karen Lee (Wysaske).
Clarence, known to many as “Curly,” worked at the mill for several decades before retiring in 1990. He was a legendary fisherman on the Columbia River and an avid gardener, a dedicated father, grandfather to Kelly (Ritter), Holly (Jones), and Kevin Wysaske, and great-grandfather to Victor (Jones), Ricker (Jones), and Irene (Jones).
He will be truly missed by family, friends, and neighbors alike.
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