The Carbon Canyon Model T Club said goodbye to one of our best, Cliff Murphy.
May he rest in peace.
Sorry for your loss.
Sorry to hear of your friends passing. Sure seems like quite a few this past year. I've often wondered too, what the cross-section of age groups are in "the club".
Thanks Guys. Cliff was one of those guys everyone liked and the women all loved.
There were at least 7 T's that braved the first winter snow and the cold to go to the mountain community where his memorial was held.
Mike didn't have far to go (compared to the rest of us)
Cliff was a 2 time Mayor of Eatonville.
My condolences to all his family and friends. We have lost a few this past year. I suppose it happens every year. We should note them as they go, and keep their families in our hearts.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Cliff was our oldest member and a great friend to us all. I miss him.
I don't like going to funerals or memorial services and the thought of going out in that weather...it was a little crazy, but to make it there and see a large turnout of our club, most driving T's too. I have never been so PROUD.
Rest in peace Cliff. WE love you buddy
The only time there is no joy in driving a T is when it's to occasions like this.
While I never knew Cliff, I've known many like him in this hobby. Always sad when one leaves us.
Rest in peace.
The Arrow Lumber sign is cool! The owner, Barney Wagner, plays baritone sax in a jazz band that I conduct. He is a very generous man and a close family friend. Around this time of year, his business provides a Thanksgiving dinner to the food banks in the six towns where his stores are. During August, his company provides backpacks with school supplies for those same food banks. As I recall, they gave out 1,000 backpacks this past year. He follows the Lord's command of blessing others in need and in turn, his business is thriving. He is a great witness for all of us.