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Eugene Clyncke

Eugene Paul Clyncke

Sunday, June 27th, 1948 - Friday, August 30th, 2019
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Laurie Deiter

Posted at 11:35am
I had the privilege of working with Gene when starting my natural resource management career in the late 80’s/90’s. Gene graciously taught me what an education couldn’t. His knowledge of resource management and agriculture practices was so impressive. I appreciated his strong work ethic and kind heart. I enjoyed hearing about how Boulder was “in the day" and still tell others his humorous memories of working for the nuns at St. Walburga and how McGuckins used to be a chicken farm. I’ll never forget when he suddenly broke away from staff and road horseback at a full out gallop up to the Mesa Trail from our Foothills Highway shop to rescue a ranger whose arm was crushed under a water trough. Gene and his sweaty horse were first on the scene and commended for saving the ranger’s arm. That’s just the kind of person Gene was. My thoughts are with his family.
 
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Phyllis Clyncke Stuart Posted at 05:59pm

Thank You Laurie that's the way Gene was and love your memory.
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Cindy Clark

Posted at 01:39pm
We were so sorry to hear of Gene's passing. A few years ago, we visited him at his home in the summer and he gave us a tour of his big, fantastic garden. We were privileged to bring home a pile of zucchini, tomatoes, and onions that day and for each summer thereafter, we were blessed with a bag of his homegrown vegetables. He was a man for whom family meant everything and an example for us all. The Clyncke family means a lot to us and it is with a heavy heart we express our deepest sympathy. Sam and Cindy Clark
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Jay Jones

Posted at 11:46pm
Gene was one of a kind and had one of the largest hearts of anyone I have ever met. He truly embraced the image of Colorado farming and his quiet demeanor, rugged appearance and endless work experience honestly left some intimidated. Once you gained his trust and respect he was gentle, generous and caring. My heart is heavy hearing this news but I feel truly blessed and grateful to have shared anytime on earth with him. Sending prayers for strength to all those struggling through this difficult time. Genes impact on my life will always be appreciated and he will no doubt be missed by many....RIP
 
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Phyllis Clyncke Stuart Posted at 06:09pm

Thank You Jay for seeing the man that Gene really was. I'm so glad to have had the wonderful memory's In my heart and life with Gene. Gene can know have peace with Lord and we will way's have all of our memory's that we made tighter. Your story is beautiful and that just who he was.
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Mark Gershman

Posted at 09:24pm
I came to Open Space from a very suburban upbringing and a life in the eastern part of the country. Gene with few words but steady action and hard work taught me a great deal about values of the agricultural community in the west. He was a great teacher. I didn't know much about his personal life but I recall a tale of his job as a young man cutting hay at the Abbey of St Walburga. He said that the nuns would bring him homemade beer and brown bread for lunch.
 
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Phyllis Clyncke Stuart Posted at 06:18pm

The Nuns were great there story's are as great as Gene's he loved working there. Thank you for taken the time to share your story with one of his sister'. Yes, our heart's are very heavy for not having more time in our live o spend with him. But he's with God know and we will see him soon.

Steve Mertz

Posted at 07:27pm
When I began working for Open Space in '93, Gene was kind and forgiving of my frequent missteps. He was a mentor to many of us younger staff. To those of us from other regions, he symbolized the true nature of Colorado. He was quiet, and had a great sense of humor. He loved his family so much.
 
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Phyllis Clyncke Stuart Posted at 06:25pm

Steve, I love to hear everyone that know Gene to speech the real truth who he was honest, forgiving, tell the truth, funny, yes, a great since of humor. Helped everyone to have a chance to learn.
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