Clint Neugebauer

Clint Neugebauer


Dates

July 1, 1967 - January 4, 2022

Obituary

Clint Neugebauer, 54, of Mitchell, SD, died Tuesday, January 4, 2022, at Avera Queen of Peace Hospital in Mitchell. Funeral services will be 10:30 AM Friday, June 3, 2022, at Holy Spirit Catholic Church. Visitation will be from 5-7:00 PM Thursday, June 2, at Holy Spirit Catholic Church with a 6:30 PM scripture service. Arrangements by Bittner Funeral Chapel.

Clint Gene Neugebauer, a special angel on earth, was born on July 1, 1967, to Gene & Sharon (Thill) Neugebauer. He joined a big sister, Teresa, on the family farm in rural Dimock. Clint was a true farm boy through and through. He loved the animals, growing crops, harvesting, and preparing the hard work into hearty meals his entire life. His farm adventures and time spent with his family created many wonderful memories that he often reminisced about including his favorite Appaloosa pants, getting stuck in the barb wire fence, the long walk to the road to get on the school bus, missing school to sort cattle, never getting to Herter’s, and testing his mother’s patience with the endless supply of joke books. The family moved into Dimock when Clint was 11 where he created lasting friendships with neighbors Ron Weber and Paul “Goobie” Weber. Clint developed a love of hunting and trapping in his teenage years that lasted his lifetime.

A constant comrade from childhood until the day he died was his cousin, Chad Neugebauer. Chad was more like a brother than a cousin. They spent countless hours playing catch out in the yard growing up. Chad rode his trike down the gravel road to hang out with Clint. They share a lifetime of memories which one of Clint’s favorites was when he became a teenager. Because Chad could do nothing about it or be one too for a few years. He chuckled every time he thought of it.

Over the years he used his talents in different occupations, road maintenance, grain bin construction, custom cabinet work with his Uncle Dennis, pheasant cleaning, and cooking at Crystal Manor where he formed a deep bond with the entire Buus & Seivert families. He loved the residents as well and enjoyed visiting with them to hear their life stories. His goal was to share a little humor with them every day to get them to smile.

Clint enjoyed playing all types of card games at home or Vic’s. He discovered the game of darts in the early 1990s which he played for over twenty-five years. It was through this passion that he met his soul mate in 1993. Their friendship grew over the next five years until they lived in the same apartment complex for three months before they realized they were neighbors. They walked out of the building at the same time to go to a dart meeting and the rest was history. Clint married Tamara (Cole) Neugebauer on March 4, 2000. It was the same date that his grandparents were united in marriage and Tami wears his grandmother’s ring.

Their union brought two more people into his life that quickly built an incredible bond with them, Dennis “Big D” and Janice Leistra. Countless time was spent with them over the years playing cards and hunting. He enjoyed just driving the country with Big D and talking about everything under the sun. It was more about the conversation and less about the hunt.

Together Clint and Tami enjoyed many years of playing darts, playing cards, gardening, canning, developing relationships with family & friends, and strengthening their faith. They loved gathering for home-cooked meals with family & friends. Clint’s talents in the kitchen & grill were unmatched. He always credited Mom 101.

Clint had special relationships with all his aunts & uncles. He treasured those times and memories of family dinners and gatherings, especially the park picnics. Clint will always be remembered for his unique sense of humor & quick wit. His infectious smile and that gentle belly laugh when he knew he had you in a good joke. Clint was happy to help someone in need. He loved sharing his vast knowledge in multiple subjects. Clint was taken from us far too soon, but the heavens have gained a bright star. He will be deeply missed by many…

Grateful for sharing in his life his wife of 21 years, Tami (Cole) Neugebauer aka Red, Hermie; sister, Teresa (Mike) Meier; nephew, Mike; and special friend Pegge. He is also survived by his brother and sisters-in-law, Cher (Terrence) Stange, Dixie (James) Sidla, and Doug (Nancy) Cole, and numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews.

Preceding Clint in death are his parents, Gene (2011) and Sharon (2020) Neugebauer; grandparents, George & Hilda Neugebauer and Matt & LaVonne Thill; parents-in-law, Maynard (1999) and Marilyn (1999) Cole; and brother-in-law, Richard Cole (2012).


Visitation(s)

Date
Thursday, June 2, 2022
Time
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location
6:30 PM Scripture Service

Holy Spirit Catholic Church
1401 W Cedar Ave
Mitchell, SD 57301

Service

Date
Friday, June 3, 2022
Time
10:30 AM
Location
Holy Spirit Catholic Church
1401 W Cedar Ave
Mitchell, SD 57301


Posted by Kelli Potter, Chamberlain on January 24, 2022
Oh Sweetie! I am so very sorry to hear of your loss! Love and prayers!
Posted by Marsha Kaupp on January 12, 2022
I’m so sorry for your loss prayers sent!
Posted by Dave Carter on January 10, 2022
Clint would always say”Glad you got to see me!”
Posted by Marilyn Hart on January 9, 2022
So sorry for your loss Tami. He was a good guy. Thoughts and prayers going to you.
Posted by Tim and Millie Wermers on January 8, 2022
Sorry for your loss. Clint and his parents were our neighbors in Dimock. RIP.
Posted by Barb Travis on January 8, 2022
Sincere sympathy to you. I remember his kindness when he helped at Wings & Hope. Such a kind man. Beautifully written obituary~describes what a friend he was to all. Praying for you at this sad time. ~Barb Travis~
Posted by Cher [Cole] Stange on January 8, 2022
Clint is with the Lord, and we will all miss the happiness and joy he brought to our Tami, his many friends and extended family. ♥️
Posted by Andi Traupel Paul on January 8, 2022
When I heard about this Tami my heart broke for you! I am thinking of you during this time and sending you a big hug.
Posted by Kathy Leonard on January 8, 2022
I'm so sorry for your loss.
Posted by Tama Backlund on January 7, 2022
Dan, Nick and I are so sorry for your loss, Tami.
I have been and will continue to lift up prayers for strength and peace for you.
Posted by Kim Haiar on January 7, 2022
I am so sorry for your loss, RIP Clint
Posted by Dwight and Shelly Keegel on January 7, 2022
We are sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Donna Trapp on January 7, 2022
Tami, I send you my deepest condolences and hold you up in prayer! With heartfelt sympathy, Donna
Posted by Keith & Renita VanZee on January 6, 2022
Tami, we are so sorry about the passing of your husband! Praying for you!
Posted by Janet Thill on January 6, 2022
So sorry for your loss. He will be missed. Prayers!
Posted by Chuck Ridgway on January 6, 2022
So sorry to hear of your sudden loss , he meant a lot to people and will be greatly missed will be thinking of you and your family .at this time . Prayers ❤️❤️
Posted by Lynn Klein on January 6, 2022
So sorry for your loss Tami ❤️❤️
Posted by Nancy (Rumbolz) Bowar on January 6, 2022
Very sorry, Tami. Clint will be missed by anyone who had the privilege of meeting him. He was knowledgeable on many topics and could hold a conversation with anyone. Such a gentle soul.
Posted by Darwin and Lauren Buus on January 6, 2022
We are saddened by the loss of Clint. We so enjoyed his jovial attitude and his good cooking. Our prayers are with you.
Posted by Jackie Sprik on January 6, 2022
My friend you and Clint were the best together ❤ 💙 so glad we know you can join him some day in heaven! So sorry for your loss
Posted by Deanna Heppler on January 6, 2022
So sorry to hear of Clint’s passing Tami my prayers are with you
Posted by Deanna Heppler on January 6, 2022
So sorry to hear of Clint’s passing Tami my prayers are with you
Posted by Scarlett cole on January 6, 2022
I am so sorry for your loss we all knew that he had a good heart I miss him too 😢 💔
Posted by Scarlett cole on January 6, 2022
I am so sorry for your loss we all knew that he had a good heart I miss him too 😢 💔
Posted by Gary and Mary Stadlman on January 6, 2022
Clint’s family, we send our sincere sympathy. We got to know Clint when he was in Ethan, such a good guy,. RIP Clint.
Posted by Jeanne Klatt on January 6, 2022
May he be at peace, my deepest sympathies.
Posted by Linda Qualm Lepisi on January 6, 2022
Sending Tami my sincerest condolences. I remember last time we got together for our Family reunion in 2004. We had a blast. We laughed and all had fun together. That's when I met Clint. Great guy and funny. We have lots of pictures from then. Great memories. Sending you lots of hugs and love at this time of sorrow. Your cuz Linda
Posted by Joyce Carter on January 6, 2022
So sorry for the loss of your soulmate. Blessed be his memory.
Posted by Stacey (Cole) Wadle on January 6, 2022
I enjoyed the time we shared a meal. I knew he was a special person. I am so sorry for your loss Tami. May his memory be a blessing.
Posted by Mary Jacobs on January 6, 2022
So sorry for your loss. Keep you in my thoughts & prayers. Sending hugs.
Posted by Dixie Sidla on January 6, 2022
To my sweet sister. My heart aches but we both know he is in a better place. No more suffering. Clint was a kind and gentle soul, full of compassion, humor, sharp wit, and a man of great faith who loved his wife dearly. Rest in peace my dear brother in the arms of our loving savior.
Posted by Tammy Thuringer on January 6, 2022
So sorry for your loss. Rest in peace Clint.
Posted by Russ Hohn on January 6, 2022
Rest in peace!
Posted by Dave carter on January 6, 2022
Sorry Tammy
Posted by Carol Oberbroekling on January 6, 2022
So sorry for your loss, keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Traci Noteboom on January 6, 2022
So sorry for your loss. Sending our thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Elaine Neugebauer on January 5, 2022
I am sorry for your loss
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