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Clifford G. Coll

clifford collclifford collclifford collclifford collnoflower-flagMr. Clifford G. Coll Jr. age 71 of Lebanon died November 10, 2014.  A native of Highland Park, Michigan, he was the son of the late Clifford Glenn Coll Sr. and Harriet Jenkins Coll.  He was a U.S. Army Veteran and a retired truch driver and heavy equipment operator.  Survived by  two children:  Tami (Mike) Asher and Glenn Spears; sister, Cindy (George) Diegle; grandchildren:  Felicia and Mike; fiance’, Christine Carmen and her son Earl.

Funeral services will be Thursday, November 13, 2014, at 1 p.m. from the Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home.  Interment – Cedar Grove Cemetery.  Visitation Thursday after 10 a.m.  Pallbearers: Raymond Harris, Jacob Harris, Joe Savine, Jeff Spoon, Pete Norman, Michael Asher.  Honorary Pallbearer, Billy Price.

LIGON & BOBO FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements.

Messages for the Family

  1. Billy J. Taylor,MD says:
    To the Family of Mr. Clifford G. Coll. As a friend and neighbor, Clif was a kind and generous person who will surely be missed. I share your loss but trust that their is strength in the Family to keep the ball rolling. I appreciate having known him!
    B. J. Taylor,MD
  2. John Trendel says:
    What can you say about Cliff? How about there was never a dull moment when you were with him. If he said ” Hey lets get a coffee” you didn’t know if that meant in Florida or down the street. I learned a lot from that man. He showed me (not taught) how to drive a truck. He said “There is a map on the dash I am tired and getting in the bunk, wake me up when we get there”. I must have done it right we made it there & back. He also “Taught” me how to run Heavy Equipment no matter what we did together we had fun. I don’t think there was nothing the 2 of us couldn’t break, but we always managed to put it back together (sometimes with parts left over). He had so many things going on you never knew what you were going to get into. Like plow snow for a week straight, go to a car show, tare the engine out of a car or truck. Just about anything you can think of Cliff has done it. I think he has drank more coffee than anyone I know. May your coffee cup never go dry my friend. Cliff you will be mist by many. I miss ya your friend “Big John”
  3. joe savine says:
    i will miss one of my bestest friends i ever had.Cliff was a very kind person, he would open his home to you when in need…we shared many of good times together.i loved him like a brother..he will always be in my heart, rest easy now my friend, one day we shall be together again