Clarence R. Streeter, age 95 of Auburn, formerly Nebraska City, passed away on March 16, 2018, at Good Samaritan Care Center in Auburn.
 Clarence Richard Streeter was  born on Feb. 12, 1923, in Palmyra; the son of  Charlie and Grace (Rakes) Streeter. 
He attended school and graduated from the Palmyra High School.
 He was united in marriage to Bernice Virginia Warren on May 24, 1942, in Nebraska City, and they shared nearly 76 years of their lives together.
 Clarence worked on various construction projects as a journeyman and carpenter. 
He managed  motels in Laramie and Cheyenne, Wyo., ran the Dew Drop Restaurant and owned and operated his own meat locker for many years.
He retired as a master craftsman. 
Clarence and Bernice were the center of attraction at Frontier Days with their dancing and he was a talented horseman performing numerous tricks! 
He was an avid supporter of Indian children and donated to this cause for years.
 He is survived by his wife Bernice of Auburn; a daughter in law Yvette Streeter of Paradise, Calif.;  three grandchildren:  Brian Weimers and wife Jesse Jo of Randolph, Utah, Brenda Smith and husband Andy and Billy Jack Cox all of Escalanti, Utah; four great-grandchildren, two great-great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by a daughter Reva Jean Cox, a son Jimmy Streeter; granddaughters Sumerlyn Streeter and Christine Streeter; great-grandchild Dakota Weyers; and sister Mary Wright.
 Funeral Services were to be held Wednesday (3/21) at 2 p.m at Gude Mortuary in Nebraska City with burial to follow in Wyuka Cemetery.
 The family was to greet friends from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday (3/20) at Gude Mortuary.
 Remembrances may be left at
 Gude Mortuary in charge of arrangements.