Clifford Keith Nebeker
Woodinville resident Clifford Keith Nebeker, born June 26, 1943 in Salt Lake City, died peacefully at his home surrounded by his family on May 25, 2015. He is survived by Norma, his loving wife of 49 years; his four wonderful sons Doug (Dana) of Kansas City, Eric (Carrie) of Dupont, Washington, Greg of Seattle and Brett (Tara) of Bellingham; his adorable eight and one-third grandchildren; and a brother, George (Lydia), of Bothell.
He attended South High School in Salt Lake City and the University of Utah, earning a degree in electrical engineering. His 40-year career led him to work on projects in many places throughout the world. He spent long periods of time in Russia, Poland, Canada and Spain working on power plant construction projects. After officially retiring in 2011 from SNC-Lavalin he continued to work for Beacon Engineering in Bothell until 2014.
He was very handy and enjoyed working with his hands. He liked working on his cars, his home and his yard.
He was a kind and loving man. He watched over and cared for his extended family when there was a need and gave countless hours of caring service to others. He particularly enjoyed spending time with his boys and their families.
Cliff wanted his obituary to say: “He loves his family, and his family loves him. He loves his Savior, and is loved by the Savior.”
Services were held on Friday, May 29 and he was interred at the Woodinville City Cemetery.
The family would like to thank those from Evergreen Hospice who cared for Cliff, particularly Tara Connor.
Donations can be made in Cliff’s memory to LDS Humanitarian Aid Fund at give.lds.org/humanitarian.