August 19, 1940 - July 11, 2020
Clinton Anthony Rebert, 79, of Orange, TX, peacefully left this world and into the marvelous rest of Jesus Christ on Saturday, July 11, 2020. He was born in Port Arthur, Texas, on August 19, 1940. He is preceded in death by his wife, Geraldine Rebert, and his son, Clint Rebert. He is survived by his daughter, Stacy Rebert; his two grandsons, Kolby Galis and Kalen Gilstrap; his granddaughter, Camrynne Rebert; his two sisters and brothers in-law, Barbara Little and Howard Fabre and Glenda and Jimmy Meaux, along with six nephews. While Clinton left us so very unexpectedly after battling sickness for two weeks, he was immovable in his readiness to go home. The morning he left us, he told both his daughter and sister, Barbara, that he had been given the most blessed life and had lived it to its fullest and was ready to go home and see his beautiful wife, who also left us one year ago this same month. Shortly after, he went peacefully to sleep. Clinton was a wonderful husband to his wife, Geraldine for 57 years before she passed away last year. He loved her so much and was always so proud to be her husband. They were active and outgoing and had countless precious memories with family and friends. Stacy and Clint were so proud to have Clinton as their dad, because he was always so much fun to be with, he made their friends feel like family, and he made them laugh… hard! And the grandchildren have so many incredible memories of PeePaw taking them fishing (a lot) and once again, making them laugh so hard they cried. He had a special bond with his sisters staying in touch daily and spending much time in conversation and laughter. Clinton was a family man and a steady, faithful friend to so many. He maintained and nurtured numerous friendships going all the way back to childhood. He was truly loved by all! Just like his dad, Earl Rebert, he was truly the “life of the party” and had a laugh that was absolutely contagious. His intentional mis-pronouncement of words, witty sayings, and funny stories would always have his family and friends bent over in laughter. Although Clinton was about to be 80 in August, most thought he was in his 60’s. He was so handsome and active and always stayed busy building things and making things at home look so nice and neat. His fish frys were the best!!! No one could cook fried fish like him, and it was so great to see him in his element with his Miller Lite cooking up batches and batches of fish for his family and friends; those were some very happy times for him. Clinton was one of a kind; he really was. He leaves behind a great void in the lives of so many and will be sorely missed. However, knowing how ready he was to go to his heavenly home leaves his family with great peace in the midst of great sorrow. Rest peacefully Clinton (Daddy, PeePaw, Uncle Clinton, Clint, Chee Chee, etc.) until we see you again... The family will celebrate Clinton's life with a memorial service at a later date.
Clinton Anthony Rebert, 79, of Orange, TX, peacefully left this world and into the marvelous rest of Jesus Christ on Saturday, July 11, 2020. He was born in Port Arthur, Texas, on August 19, 1940. He is preceded in death by his wife, Geraldine... View Obituary & Service Information
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