Kessler III, Clemm Cromwell

Kessler III, Clemm Cromwell I, Clemm Cromwell Kessler III, died January 10, 2016 at the Univeristy of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, NE. I really led a great life! I was married to a wonderful woman Pat for 52 years. Choosing her was probably the best decision of my life. We have 2 daughters, Dawn Kessler-Walker (Charles) and Danielle Kessler who are good people. We have 4 grandchildren, Tasha, Jayde, Kaia and Cruz who I enjoyed seeing grow up and who have enriched my life. I had a great childhood living in a small town (East Hampton, CT) which I am sure I have idealized and romanticized in my own mind. I received a very good undergraduate (Bucknell University) and graduate (Case Western Reserve University) education which prepared me for a career I enjoyed teaching at UNO, working in private industry and owning a management consulting company. I suffered a few health setbacks ( 2 cancers and whatever killed me) but otherwise my life was pretty undramatic. I have received much more than I have given. If I were to live my life over, I would be pleased to live it as I did. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the many people who have been part of my life and wish you the best. In addition Clemm was survived by his sister, Martha Clements and her husband Robert; niece, Tracy Clements; nephew, Christopher Clements; brother-in-law, Carl Catherman and family and other family and friends. A CELEBRATION of Clemm's Life will be held on Thursday, January 14, 2016 at 10am at First Central Congregational Church, 421 S. 36th Street in Omaha, NE. In Lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to: Casa or Project Harmony. CHAPEL OF MEMORIES 9001 Arbor Street #111 402-551-1011 omahachapelofmemories.com

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stan edelstein

Dear Pat, My heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Chips was a great friend to me for over 40 years and I know he loved you all dearly. He will be sorely missed. Stan

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