Clifford "Chip" Lyle Worcester

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  • Name: Clifford "Chip" Lyle Worcester
  • Location of Birth: Swea City, Iowa
  • Date of Birth: October 18, 1914
  • Date of Death: November 8, 1995 (81 years old)
  • Parents: Frederick Worcester and Mary (Countryman) Worcester
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  • Branch: Army
  • Other Branch: United States Army Air Corps
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    World War II

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    Clifford moved to Boy River, Minnesota when he was four years old and received his education in Boy River.

    He married Ruby M. Ford in 1946 in Walker, Minnesota and moved to rural Bigfork, Minnesota in 1956.

    During his life, he worked as a sawyer for Cohasset Mills for 26 years. He also owned his own sawmill and welding shop.

    He was a member of many civic organizations, among them, the Swampsiders Snowmobile Club in which he served as an officer for many years.

    He is survived by his wife, Ruby; five sons, Richard Truman, Anton (Tony) Truman, Clifford Worcester, Jeffrey Worcester and Steven Worcester; two daughters, Eva Card and Faye Jean Reigel; seventeen grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

    Clifford died at Itasca Medical Center in Grand Rapids, Minnesota and is buried in Balsam Cemetery, Balsam Township, Itasca County, Minnesota.

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