Clyde Nelson Philbrick
Philbrick, 77, journeyed to the Spirit World on Sunday, April 19,
2015 at Prairie Lakes Health Care Hospital in Watertown, S.D.
He was born on May 5, 1937 in Santee,
Neb., the son of Lawrence Philbrick and Victoria Johnson.
Clyde lived in Minneapolis most of his
life and taught at the Little Red School House in Minneapolis.
He honorably served his Country in The
United States Navy during the Korean Era.
He was joined in marriage to Emmy.
In 1987, he moved to Newton, Iowa and
lived there until 2013. He then moved to Sisseton. Two months
before his death, he moved to Watertown, S.D.
Clyde liked to go to thrift stores,
auctions and rummage sales. He was happy to be reunited with his
son after 22 years. He loved to ride his motorcycle and was a
lifetime member of A.I.M.
Clyde loved his dogs, especially German
Shepherds and Doberman Pinchers. He was a big-hearted person and
kind to everyone he met! Clyde liked to go to the Casino.
He is survived by wife, Emmy Philbrick;
sons: Charles Clyde (Darla) Badmoccasin and Dean Kitto; nine
grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; brother: James Philbrick;
sister: Rose (Rodney) St. John; nieces, nephews, other relatives and
Funeral services were held on Friday,
April 24, 2015 at 10 a.m. at The Community Center in Old Agency
Village, S.D. A Prayer service followed at 12:30 p.m. at St.
John’s Episcopal Church in rural Browns Valley. Rev. Enright
Bighorn and Rev. Charles Chan officiated. Graveside service
followed at St. John’s Episcopal Church Cemetery.
All night wakes were held on Wednesday,
April 22 and Thursday, April 23 beginning at 7 p.m. at The Community
Center in Old Agency Village, S.D.
Honorary Casket Bearers were Dennis
Banks, Carter Camp, Claude Keeble, George Keeble, Vastanna “Rocky”
James, Darlene Kitto, Rod & Rose St. John, Dorthyah Wilson and
all other relatives and friends.
Casket Bearers were Jesse Kitto, James
Philbrick, II, Anthony Philbrick St. John, Fred Ducheneaux, Bob James
and Carlos Kitto.
The Chilson Funeral Home in Winsted,
Minnesota is serving the family. Online condolences may be made