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Frank J Mlinar7 JUN 1862 -- 12 FEB 1932avatar
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Anthony F Mlinar

Birth3 OCT 1891
 
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Death17 SEP 1964
 
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Aged: 73 years
Clifford F. Mlinar, 85, of Amarillo, died Sunday, Oct. 20, 2002.

Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in First Presbyterian Church with Dr. James Bankhead officiating. Private burial will be in Llano Cemetery by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2820 Virginia Circle.

Mr. Mlinar was born Oct. 11, 1917, in Stanton, Neb., to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Mlinar. He grew up in Columbus, Neb., and attended University of Nebraska from 1936 to 1941, completing the education and business administration program. He also received his ROTC and rank of lieutenant in the Army while at Nebraska. In 1960, he attended University of Texas completing the executive development program.

From 1941 to 1945, Cliff was in the U.S. Infantry 3rd Division in World War II. He received 11 Battle Stars, European Theater; Croix de Guerre with palm; and Presidential Unit Citation with 2 palms. He took part in the invasion of North Africa, Sicily, Italy and was on Anzio for three months and then participated in the invasion of southern France. He was overseas for three years.

He came back to Amarillo and his wife, Peggy, who he had married on Jan. 4, 1942. In 1945, he went to work for Southwestern Public Service. He retired Oct. 31, 1982, as vice-president, consumer services and administration. He enjoyed golfing, hunting and fishing.

He was a longtime member of First Presbyterian Church where he was an elder. He also was active in many community affairs. He had been the past president of United Fund, Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club of Amarillo, and was past chairman on the board of managers Amarillo Hospital District. He was vice president of West Texas Chamber of Commerce and director of Texas State Chamber of Commerce and past director of State Comprehensive Health Planning.

He had been a member of Amarillo Club and Amarillo Country Club. He had served on local boards of directors of Red Cross, Salvation Army, Family Service and Boy Scouts of America. He had been director of American National Bank in Amarillo and was listed in Who's Who-Finance and Industry. He received the Silver Beaver Award from Boy Scouts of America.

Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Lynda Kizer and husband, Jim, of Littleton, Colo.; two brothers, Frank Mlinar and wife, Carol, of Greeley, Colo., and Dick Mlinar and wife, Jo, of Corpus Christi; two grandsons, Jay Kizer and wife, Shannon, of Fort Worth and Kurt Kizer of Dillon, Colo; and two great-grandchildren, Jenner Kizer and Abby Kizer, both of Fort Worth.

The family suggests memorials be to a favorite charity; or First Presbyterian Church, 1100 S. Harrison St., Amarillo, TX 79101.

The family will be at 5509 Brinkman St.

Frieda L Schumacher

Birth6 NOV 1894
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DeathOCT 1985Merrick, Central City
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Aged: 90.9 years
ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
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Virginia 

8 AUG 19154 NOV 1974  NE, Stanton Co  
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Clifford Frank 

11 OCT 191720 OCT 2002  NE, Stanton Co, Stanton Peggy Ruth Elson 
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Richard Donald "Dick" 

9 MAR 193123 JUN 2012  NE  
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  2. Census: . Ancestry.com,1900 United States Federal Census;
  3. Census: . Ancestry.com,1910 United States Federal Census;
  4. Census: . Ancestry.com,1920 United States Federal Census;
  5. Census: . Ancestry.com,1930 United States Federal Census;
  6. Other: Gedcom Import: Account 1338.ged; Imported 5/13/2010;
  7. Other: Ancestry.com,U.S. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918;
  1. Findagrave
  2. Census: . Ancestry.com,1920 United States Federal Census;
  3. Census: . Ancestry.com,1930 United States Federal Census;
  4. Other: Gedcom Import: Account 1338.ged; Imported 5/13/2010;
  5. Other: Ancestry.com,Social Security Death Index;
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