Saturday, May 21, 2022
12:00 – 1:00 PM
Saturday, May 21, 2022
2727 N. 108th St. Omaha, NE 68164
Clarence Algiere, 91, went to the Lord peacefully on May 10th, 2022, with his family by his side in Omaha, NE.
Clarence’s celebration of life will be held on May 21st, 2022, at Roeder Mortuary at the Omaha 108th Chapel at 1 PM.
Clarence is survived by his wife of 73 years Darlene and daughter Denise (Ed) Algiere, his grandchildren, Aaron (Nicole) Fuhlrodt, Chris (Janine) Guerrero, Gabriel (Katie) Guerrero, Sariah (Amiri) Hayden-Guerrero, Esther Guerrero, John Guerrero, Jacob Guerrero, Adam (Emma) Algiere, Mike (Kelly) Algiere, Joe (Erin) Algiere. He also leaves behind many great-grandchildren
He was preceded in death by his parents Clarence and Ava Algiere, his sons Glenn Andrew Algiere and Nathan Scott Algiere, and his brothers, Carl Algiere and Anthony Algiere.
Clarence Algiere was born December 13th, 1930, in Potosi, Missouri, to Clarence and Cora Ava (Gamble) Algiere. He served in his beloved Marine Corps as an electrician working on jets in San Diego, California. Upon moving back to Nebraska, Clarence worked for OPPD as a lineman until he decided that being in business for himself was his calling in life.
In 1971, Clarence purchased Blair Water Treatment Co. and over the next 50 years built it into the Midwest’s premier family-owned water conditioning and purification companies. He was heavily involved with Algiere Enterprises into the 2000’s. His love for his business is shown through many customers that know and adore his dedication to his craft. His son, Nathan and grandsons became involved with his business and carry on his legacy today.
Clarence grew up Baptist and held his strong beliefs in God throughout his life. Clarence loved fishing, was an avid gardener, and spent many years with his Tennessee Walker horses. Outdoors was his happy place, and he found many activities to keep himself busy.
His family was the most important aspect of his life. He had an unwavering love for his wife Darlene. Their love story served as an example of what a marriage should be. As a father, he set an example as a hard working and caring man. As a grandfather, he pushed you to be the best version of yourself. He would always ask how you were and how he could help. His lessons to us will carry on throughout the generations to come.
Clarence would often say, “Glad you got to see me”. Well, we are all very happy that we got to see you and be a part of your amazing life. The legacy of being an amazing husband, father, grandfather, and friend will carry on and impact all that knew him.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to American Parkinson Disease Association.