Clifford N. Angers, Jr. died July 13, 2020 at home, one day shy of his 79th birthday, surrounded by his family.
Born in White Plains, NY on July 14, 1941 to Clifford and Beatrice Angers. He attended Gilmore Academy (Gates Mills, OH), and Catholic Central High School (Detroit), Notre Dame 1963, MBA from University of Michigan in 1964.
He married his high school sweetheart, Karen Shafer in 1963. Moving to Connecticut in 1965, he worked at Colgate-Palmolive, followed by a long career at Ogilvy & Mather Advertising. Some of his accounts included General Foods, Maxwell House Coffee, Seagram’s, Campbell Soup, Kimberly-Clarke, and Unilever. After leaving O&M, Cliff started his own Marketing Consulting Group, CNA Worldwide, handling Colonial Williamsburg and other accounts.
He owned many boats and loved family vacations, exploring Long Island Sound. He loved adventures; one of which was family rafting down the Colorado River thru the Grand Canyon, or fishing trips with his buddies.
Moving to Savannah in 1998, he volunteered for Meals on Wheels. Wanting to give back in some way to the military, he became a member of the Savannah Navy League in 2004, serving as Treasurer for 11 years. He was past President of the Stamford Symphony (CT), past member of the Stamford Yacht Club, NY Athletic Club, and The Landings Club. He co-founded the Stamford Sailing Foundation. He was a member of the Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist in Savannah and loved all things Notre Dame.
Cliff was a beloved husband to Karen, loving father to Kathy Grymes (Peyton), and Kevin Angers, devoted brother to Carol, and was preceded in death by his son, Clifford, III “Rusty”.
Funeral Mass will be Monday, July 20, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. at the Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist.
Remembrances may be made to the Savannah Navy League, or the Cathedral Preservation Fund.
The Funeral Mass will be live streamed. Please use the following link to view the service. https://bit.ly/funeralmassofcliffangers
A good friend and Navy League member. He will be missed by all.
- Gary Johnson and Judy Roddy, Savannah, GA
Cliff was a Friend and Colleague in the Savannah Navy League. It has been my honor to know Cliff for the last 8 years. He was a gentleman and always ready to assist his fellow members and the US Sea Services. O. C. Fowler, President, Savannah Navy League
- O. C. & Leslie Fowler, Savannah, GA
We will miss Cliff and the good times we had together. Our thoughts are with all the family.
- Pat and Ken Goode, Savannah, Georgia
Thinking of all the fond memories over the years - vacations and visits, fishing, golfing and interesting conversations. He will be sorely missed. My heart goes out to you and the family.
- MARILYN Pachota, Punta Gorda, Florida
Our sympathy and prayers Karen.
- Carol & Bob Nickels , Savannah , Ga
So sorry to hear of Cliff's passing. He was the best boss I ever had. We shared many challenging and fun experiences. Our heart felt condolences go out to the family.
- Gary and Connie Wald, Dallas, Tx
Peter and I are so sorry to hear of Cliff’s passing and so wish we could be there with you for hugs and tears.....we’ve been reminiscing about our times together in Turkey and Mexico and in our dinner parties.... such a loving man our”Calafi”. Please know you are welcome to stay with us when you bring him to be with Rusty . God bless Carol and your family and may comfort and peace come from happy memories. Love, Re and Peter
- Re and Peter Telep , Stamford , CT
We are very sorry for your lose.Cliff was a fine gentleman and we always looked forward to your visit up north during the Summer. He will be greatly missed.
- Ron and Vel Theisen, Harbor Springs , Michigan
I met Cliff through a mutual friend five years ago. He quickly became a good friend and golfing buddy. We played many rounds together at Savannah Harbor and Savannah golf club. He was a warm and caring gentleman, a delight to be around. He will be missed.
- Barry Stacey, Savannah, gA
We are so so sorry to hear of Cliff's passing. Our deepest condolences to the Angers family. A good friend thru the years.
- Jack& Anita Lawlor, Savannah, GA
Our loving thoughts are with you, Karen, and Kathy & Peyton, Kevin and Carol. We shall cherish the wonderful times we have shared over decades. These memories will live on.
- Bill and Pam Dyer, Bluffton, South Carolina
So sorry to hear about Cliff. Thinking of you all. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers. Tumidanski and Tabel Family
- Tumidanski, Northville, MI
Dear Karen, It's very sad to know we can't communicate with Cliff any longer, but I don't want to say he is no longer with us. He'll always be alive in our memory as fun and welcoming person. We greatly appreciate all the help you and Cliff provided for us in the very beginning of our American journey. Our hearts go to you and your family members, who lost such a great man. Please, accept our deepest condolences. Hugs, Vera & Anna.
- Vera & Anna Glazkova, Gaithersburg, MD
Cliff, was a good friend and a wonderful Navy leaguer.
- Michael Campbell, SAVANNAH, Georgia
I was sad to hear of Cliff's passing. He was a classmate of mine at Notre Dame , friend , golf partner and business associate. He was a class act with wise , sage advice . He will be missed by all.
- Rich Ginder, Leesburg, Florida
The BHHS Bay Street Realty Group has you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
- Jackie Estes, savannah, ga
Happy memories of the 1960's and 1970's on Buckingham Drive growing up with the Angers, the Kearns, O'Hagans, Zoumboulis and all the others. When your neighbors became your friends. Much Love and respect. Dave Moore
- Dave Moore , Murrells Inlet , South Carolina
A wonderful service. For a fine fine friend. LOVE. Happy Memories
- Wendell Smith
Jay and I are so saddened to learn of Cliff’s passing. Somehow we did not know about it until today and want to express our heartfelt condolences. What an amazing life he had and quite a legacy he has left in his family and many friends.
- Jay and Dana Yeckley, Savannah, Georgia
As a former next door neighbor of the Angers in Stamford, Connecticut I would echo Dave Moore's comments and also add that Mr. Angers was fine man who along with his terrific wife, Karen, raised a wonderful family. God bless you all!
- Mark O'Hagan, Trumbull, Connecticut