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Clifford Mercer

Clifford Marvin Mercer Rock Springs - Clifford Marvin Mercer, 74, of Rock Springs died Saturday, April 16, 2016 at his home after a sudden illness. He was born June 4, 1941 in Bemidji, Minnesota, the son of John and Agnes Mercer. He graduated from Central Valley High School in Spokane, Washington with the class of 1959. He was a veteran having served in the US Army during the Vietnam War. He married to Peggy Ann Whitley in Kellogg, Idaho on March 31, 1964. They were later divorced. He worked for Pacific Power and Light for 20 years retiring in 2001. His interests were hunting, fishing, gardening, and the outdoors. Survivors include his sons John Mercer of Rock Springs, and Clifford Marvin Mercer Jr. of Stansbury, Utah; his previous wife Peggy Mercer of Stansbury Park; grandsons Christopher Scott Mercer and Gage Patrick Mercer; great-grandchildren Jade Deuel, Hailey and Allie Mercer; several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents John and Agnes Mercer, brothers Glen Robert Mercer and infant brother, sisters Phyllis Jean Mercer and Luverne Ann Mercer. Cremation will take place at Fox Crematory, Rock Springs Private service will be held at a later date.

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I sorry to hear about your Dad, he worked with my husband @ John Bunning. My Parents are gone now two. I'm still married.

Ciiindy Hiatt -Scott Apr 25 2016 12:00 AM

Cliff was a very kind and generous neighbor to my folks. He was always helpful and we chatted often, over the fence. I really appreciate how he looked out for my parents and helped them at every opportunity. He will be greatly missed and thought of often. My condolences to the family.

John Reay Apr 25 2016 12:00 AM

Cliff I just found out about your departure today. You were a good friend to me and one of the very best people I have known. Will never forget how much fun we had working together. You could fix anything that I broke. Will never forget the propeller equipped winged hard hat you made for me. Will also never forget the best advice I ever got. When you told me to retire as soon as I could, I did. No regrets about that. You were a great friend.

Duane Ricord Apr 25 2016 12:00 AM

Sorry for your lost. We will all miss talking to Cliff. It was a surprise to see his picture in the paper. Take care you, you are in my thoughts. Nedra ( Earl Berrys wife)

Nedra Berry Apr 25 2016 12:00 AM

So sadden by your loss. Our best to the family,he was a good friend.

fred s beatty,jr. Apr 25 2016 12:00 AM