Clarence M. Rheault

clarence m. rheault
Clarence Marcel Rheault died peacefully in bed at home on October 14, 2019 in Fargo, ND at the age of 78. Clarence is survived by his brother Maurice Rheault, his sisters Rachel Sauvageau, Rosemary Duval, Joanne (Les) Johnson and his four children; Theresa Smith (Fargo, ND), Clarence Rheault Jr.. (Corona, CA), Trudy Acevedo (Corona, CA) and Ricky Rheault(Corona, Ca). He is preceded in death by his father Wilfred, his mother Lillian & his brothers Raymond and Gerald Rheault. Clarence Marcel Rheault was born on September 19th, 1941 in Horace, ND to Wilfred & Lillian. He was married to Jean then over a period of time, the couple welcomed 4 children into their home. After years passed, he then married Arla. His children will always remember him as a hard-working (Hard-headed) driven individual who truly loved life. If you entered Clarence’s home, quickly you would realize his love of plants and animals. He was a dedicated individual. Clarence’s passion for animals was so true, he once accused the lawn staff of chasing after the bunnies with their lawn mower. Clarence attended St. Benedicts church in Wild Rice, ND. A memorial service is scheduled for Friday, October 18th 2019, 2pm at Boulger Funeral Home with a visitation one hour prior. Burial to follow at St. Benedict's cemetery in Wild Rice, ND. Father Jared Kadlec will officiate the ceremony. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Clarence’s life. The family would like to thank the dedicated individuals at Villa Maria & Good Samaritan for the exceptional care provided.

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  1. This makes me sad to see. I worked with Clarence at Roosevelt school for quite a few years. Such a nice, hard working man. I know what a heart for the Lord he had! ❤️

  2. Clarence will be mist at good Samaritan in fargo, I think of him doing what he done on his farm and that was.farming! R. I.P. Clarence Dood. We all miss you done here. See you someday.

    Love Sandy Schimelpfenig your friend at good Samaritan

  3. It started out as a volunteer opportunity for my dog Jenny Fur and me when she first go certified as a therapy dog. It quickly turn out to be a friendship for both Jenny and I both looked forward to our monthly visits and occasional phone calls when there was an agility trial on TV where Clarence would call to see if we were watching that bonded the 3 of us?
    Clarence was a good man. I tell folks he was Jenny Furs best friend but the last bit I have come to realize he was one of my best friends too. Learning of your death hit me hard. Until we meet again. Rest in peace.

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