Clifton “Cliff” LeRoy Iverson

Clifton “Cliff” LeRoy Iverson

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Services for Clifton “Cliff” LeRoy Iverson, an Ahwatukee Foothills resident since 1974, will take place on Tuesday, April 24 at Resthaven Park Mortuary and Cemetery, 4310 E. Southern Ave. in Phoenix, beginning with a visitation at 10 a.m. Iverson’s funeral service and interment will follow beginning at 11 a.m. He passed away on April 11 in Ahwatukee, he was 93 years old. Iverson was born on Dec. 24, 1918 to Sever and Florence (Barker) Iverson of Parkers Prairie, MN. He attended grade school and high school in Parkers Prairie and in 1941 he married Marion Eddy in Moorhead, Minn. He married Marion 57 years before her death in 1998. He served in the Army in the South Pacific for 3.5 years and after returning from World War II in 1945 the family lived in the cities of Glenwood and Fergus Falls, Minn. The family moved to Chicago, where they resided for 10 years before moving to Phoenix in 1965. Iverson was employed as a parts manager for a Massey-Ferguson dealership in Mesa. After he retired, he and Marion traveled, while enjoying time at home and spending time with their family. Iverson is survived by his daughter, Suzanne Toutloff of Ahwatukee; and his sister, Violet Lien of Moorhead, Minn. He is also survived by his son, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his wife, Marion; his parents, Sever and Florence; and by four brothers and one sister. Arrangements will take place under the direction of Resthaven Park Mortuary and Cemetery,, in Phoenix.

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