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Bonnie Cherry Bonnie Cherry from Guilford wrote on August 28, 2020 at 1:12 pm:
In 1961 I became Cylde & Ella Mae's babysitter until 1965 when they moved to Indiana. We shared many Saturday night card games at my Grandmother's (Mary Egbert's) and their dear friend and my uncle, Bob Egbert. Here Clyde introduce our family to card game, Russian Roulette. When they opened Perfect North Slopes were had great times in the lodge with Eurche tournaments. I moved to Indiana after I got married. One day I got a knock on the door, it was Clyde and he want to know if I would come work for them in the office. I have many fond memories of both Cyle and Ella Mae. Great people. R.I.P. CLYDE.
Werner Malderle Werner Malderle from Cincinnati wrote on August 28, 2020 at 1:01 pm:
Sorry to hear the bad news about Clyde. I will never forget you with your hammer by your side as you watch over your lift operating crew. My deepest sympathy to all the family. Former Ski Instructor Werner Malderle
Tom Schnetzer Tom Schnetzer from Minneapolis wrote on August 28, 2020 at 12:07 pm:
I have nothing but wonderful memories from the early days of the ski area and helping out with things as the Perfect family was growing this business. Clyde was always very nice to me as were all the family members. Solid man - impressive family.
Lawrence Dickerson Lawrence Dickerson from West Harrison wrote on August 28, 2020 at 12:03 pm:
Clyde Thank You for all you have done for my family and our community. One of the best men I ever met. Rest well My Friend.
JEFF LEWIS JEFF LEWIS from Guilford wrote on August 28, 2020 at 12:02 pm:
Clyde had a quote for everything, such as 'I didn't get three farms and a ski area by doing...(whatever it was you were doing wrong at the time)