Clarence E. Schriner of Culver, Kansas has paved his road to his eternal resting place on May 08, 2022.
Clarence was born in Langley, Kansas on February 7, 1927. He married Pauline Gustus on July 13, 1949. Their marriage of 73 years blessed them with four daughter, seven grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, and two great great grandchildren.
Clarence is survived by his wife Pauline C. Schriner of Culver, Kansas. Daughters Paulette Sue Anderson of Durango, Colorado, Beverly Jean Dufva of Bayfield, Colorado, Diana Lynn Allen of Geneseo, Kansas. Grandchildren, Chad Schriner USN Retired Gilbert, Arizona, Dani Gibbons of Durango, Colorado, Brad Schriner of Culver, Kansas, Jimmy Allen USN Stationed in Kingsland, Georgia, Jessica Johnson of Colorado Springs, Colorado, JT Dufva of Durango, Colorado and Matt Dufva of Bayfield, Colorado. Great grandchildren Haylee Wieber of Gilbert, Arizona, Ashley Gutierrez of Gilbert, Arizona, Heather Schriner of St. Joseph, Missouri, Faith Allen of Mineral Wells, Texas, Even Gibbons of Durango, Colorado, Paxton Johnson of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Hunter and Hudson Dufva of Bayfield, Colorado. Great great grandchildren Mason Gutierrez and Rylee Wieber of Gilbert, Arizona.
Clarence was preceded in death by his daughter Donna Lee Schriner, age 11, as well as five brothers Clyde “Cork” Schriner, Robert “Bob” Schriner, Marlin “Mort” Schriner, Loren and Leland Schriner (twins).
Anyone who knew Clarence knew that road construction and family were his main priority. He was a contract supervisor with Burnett construction in Colorado for 35 years. He worked at Johnson Sand in Salina, Kansas until he was 86 years young. Clarence often told people that “Diesel ran through his veins.” Every knew him as “Grandpa.”
A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 11, 2022, at Marquette Cemetery on Highway 4, where Clarence “Grandpa” Schriner will be laid to rest next to his daughter Donna Lee.