Clement Heberle Jr.
Clement King Heberle Jr, 88 (Clem) a long term resident of
the area, passed away on 9/17/2017. Born in Chicago while his father Dr. Clement King Heberle was attending medical school.Moved to Gloucester Ma. as a baby and was raised there. Clem had a huge passion for Gloucester and Rockport and for sailing since childhood.He taught sailing to kids as a teen at summer camps and also raced sailboats with Henry Birdseye of the famous Birdseye frozen foods family. Moved to Daytona Beach in 1947. Attended the University of Florida For Pre-Med school and after 2 years left to enlist in the Navy, serving during the Korean War conflict. After the navy he returned to Daytona Beach and worked for Marshall Teague a local renowned race car driver working on race cars at his shop during the early days of racing in Daytona. Hired by Southern Bell in 1955 working in repair, pbx and in supervisory positions.Member of the CWA, Telephone Pioneers, and the Daytona Beach Sail and Power Squadron.
In lieu of other remembrances, the family suggests donations be made to Halifax Health Hospice
Clem was predeceased by Lois Jean Heberle and Karen Reynolds, the two loves of his life, a son Clement King Heberle III. Survivors include 2 daughters, Peggy Jean Butler (David) Port Orange; Cindy Kaye Espy (Sonny) Port Orange; Daughter in Law Lydia Heberle, a son John William Heberle (Kristy) Port Orange; 3 stepsons Chad, Greg and Brian Reynolds, a brother Richard W. Heberle, Daytona Beach. 4 grandchildren, Brent Butler (Tammi), Hallie Butler, Jeanna Thompson (Bobby) and Jantzen Heberle. 3 great grandchildren, Hannah, Clansie, and Roselle. May he sail away to calmer waters and bluer skies.