Clarence M. Schwerin III (Clary) died in Vero Beach, Florida in his 89th year. After graduating from Phillips Exeter and Yale ’53, Clary served as an officer in the US Navy before embarking on a 55-year career as a successful entrepreneur in several fields including, most notably, the fast-food industry. Retirement in Westhampton Beach, NY and Vero Beach, Florida did little for his golf skills, but offered ample time to be with his loving wife of 65 years, Suzanne, children Michael, Tara, Noel, and Merrill, grandchildren (12) and great grandchildren (8). Survived by two brothers, Tim and Warren Schwerin and a sister, Leila Clogg. Clary will be remembered not only as a man of strong character, integrity, and intellectual curiosity, but as a loving father and faithful friend. Funeral services will be private. Thanks are extended to the staff of Cleveland Clinic, Vero Beach for their excellent care.
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