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Clifford N. Melby of Boynton Beach, Fla., died Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012, at a hospital in Boynton Beach. He was 69.

Mr. Melby was born in Rhinelander, the son of Clifford and Eunice Melby.  Raised in Eagle River, he graduated from Eagle River Union High School in 1961.

He received his business degree from UW-Superior.  After several years as an certified public accountant, he returned to school, graduating from John Marshall Law School

n 1975. 

Following graduation, he went to work for the U.S. Government Office of Inspector General.  For 33 years, he was employed by the Department of Commerce, Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Homeland Security until his retirement in 2003.

Mr. Melby was preceded in death by his parents. 

Survivors include his wife Nancy; and his brother Curtis Melby of West Chicago, Ill.

A private memorial service was held in Florida.

Monday, December 24, 2012 4:36 PM


0 #3 2012-12-26 19:54
I was sure sorry to see the passing of Cliff. Cliff was sure a well respected clasmmate from the class of 1961. I was able to see a visit with Cliff, when he came to the 45th class reunion in July 2006, in Eagle River. Cliff will be well remembered by all of his classmates.

John Dunow, 1961 Class President
Westminster, CO,
jnjdunow@comcas t
0 #2 2012-12-26 19:21
I was sure sorry to hear about the passing of Cliff, a well respected classmate from the class of 1961. It as good to see and visit with Cliff at the 45th class reunion in July of 2006. Cliff will be well remembered.

John Dunow, 1961 Class President
jnjdunow@comcst .net
+1 #1 2012-12-25 14:08
Cliff--along with Ralph Shewmake--and I were dear friends from first grade on. I spent many a nigh sleeping at Auntie's house where Cliff lived. We also went to UW-Superior together and were in the same fraternity. Cliff was an excellent student but most of all a dear friend.
Dave Martinson
Tallahassee, Florida

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