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Goo Goo – just to name a few. Cliff loved all of his friends dearly. He al­ways had a good time, loved gam­bling in Ve­gas, and was known for en­joy­ing a six-pack of cold Bud­weiser, on oc­ca­sion. Cliff turned ev­ery gath­er­ing, even the small­est get-to­gether, into a party.

Cliff was loved by many and be­came friends with ev­ery­one he met. He had a unique, gen­er­ous, car­ing heart and a soft spot for the un­der­dog. Cliff was known to take in, men­tor, and sup­port any­one in need. He would do any­thing to help oth­ers. Cliff was a loyal friend who was al­ways sin­cere. He had friends from all back­grounds.

Cliff will be missed and re­mem­bered daily. Rest easy Six Pack.

Cliff is pre­ceded in death by the great­est in­flu­ence in life, his fa­ther, Mike Skalicky, his un­cle Paul Liner, two cousins Jef­fery and Al­lan Shep­herd, and many friends.

He is sur­vived by his mother Sharon Gu­tier­rez, his sis­ter Lisa Brac­k­een and hus­band Steve and their son Ja­son, his aunt Linda and hus­band To­mas Dev­ereaux, her chil­dren Chris, Me­lanie, Lena, Matthew, Robert, and Cather­ine, long­time girl­friend Car­olyn Bing­ham and her three chil­dren, Travis Bing­ham and wife Mandy, Au­dra Bai­ley and hus­band Kelby, and Am­ber Rye and hus­band Shawn, and six grand­chil­dren Trevor, Trey, Alex, Billy, Jovi and Dax.

A memo­rial ser­vice for Cliff will be held Thurs­day, Sept. 10, 2020. Fam­ily will re­ceive friends start­ing at 12:30 p.m. and ser­vices start at 1 p.m., in the Chapel at My­ers & Smith Fu­neral home.

Ar­range­ments are by My­ers & Smith Fu­neral Home. Pay your re­spects on­line at­er­sand­

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