Clinton C. Steiger, 20 years, Pacific City Council member

  • Monday, November 18, 2019 11:05am
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Clinton C. Steiger, May 11, 1940 – Sept. 18, 2019, 20 years Pacific City Council member

Beyond the silver lining Clinton

is enjoying Classic Auto Shows

at Big Daddy’s Drive-in.

Clint drives jaw-drooling classics

himself now. Pontiac Grand Prix,

Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme,

Chrysler New Yorker. You name it

he is behind the wheel.

Maybe you have seen stars blink

as he whizzes around them

spinning some in his wake.

You might see him with other

Fraternity of Eagle Brothers

sitting on clouds watching

NASCAR live.

I don’t think there is a need for a

city council where he is. But if the

community wants someone to

serve the name, Clinton C. Steiger,

will be at the top of the list.

Rest well Clint. You are missed by

a whole host of nice people.

– Gerald A. McBreen, Pacific poet laureate

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