Clifford Henry Kasper

Born on December 22, 1935 in Orlando, Florida
Departed on January 18 2022 in Indialantic, Florida

Indialantic – Clifford Henry Kasper went to be with the Lord on January 18, 2022, Clifford was born December 22, 1935 in Orlando, Florida. He grew up in Orlando and graduated Boone High School in 1954. Clifford moved to Melbourne area in 1958. He eventually married his wife of 55 years Ann Kasper on June 17, 1967 and lived in Indialantic. He owned and operated Cliff’s Fishing Corner and Dive Shop in Downtown Melbourne and Whitey‘s Bait and tackle in Sebastian Inlet. He loves scuba diving for lobster, fishing, his trips to the Florida Keys and snow skiing. Clifford is survived by wife Ann Kasper, son Keith Kasper, daughter Natalie Neuman, son-in-law Randy Neuman, beloved grandsons Joshua and Ashton Neuman and sister Jean Hoffman. A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, February 5, 2022 at 10:00 AM at Life Church, 980 Highway A1A, Indialantic, FL 32903

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Eva & Joe Sutly from Indialantic wrote on February 2, 2022:
Clifford has lived next door to us for more than 45 years and we could not have asked for a better friend and more helpful neighbor.Rest in peace, Clifford. Our deepest sympathy to his family.
Kay Hubbs from Melbourne wrote on January 27, 2022:
So sorry for your loss Ann & Natalie. He will be a great loss to all of us. Clifford was always the life of the party & a great friend.
MaryKay Conner from Altamonte Springs wrote on January 26, 2022:
Clifford, you will always be loved and missed by me, you made Aunt Mildred, Uncle Gilbert and me so happy just to have you spend time with us. These times and your humor will be cherished memories for me forever. Thanks for all the times you were here for my family, rest in peace, my dear cousin, and say hi to my son Jack for me. Always in our hearts, MaryKay Conner
Rutkowski Family from Melbourne Beach wrote on January 23, 2022:
Ann, Natelie, Randy and boys: So deeply sorry for the loss of Clifford, you shared a beautiful and thoughtful memoir of his life. May you all find comfort in those memories and the promise that he is doing all things he loves with a fresh young body. God Bless you all.
Chito Neuman from Willemstad wrote on January 23, 2022:
As a young brother of Randy I met Clifford at age 15 a amazing man a super great Dad a hard working man we used to watch sports together on the weekends and help him with the little paper. I sure will miss him dearly. May he Rest In Peace and may the family have Strenght in this time.

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