Clifford S. Riegel, Jr., age 82 of Farmersville passed away peacefully at Hospice of Dayton on March 1, 2022. He was born in Johnsville, OH to the late Clifford and Dorothy (Fiste) Riegel, Sr., graduated from Dixie High School class of 1957 and was an Air Force Veteran. Cliff worked in the family construction business, L. Riegel and Sons before starting his own general contracting business, C. Riegel Construction. Cliff could build and fix anything, he even had a patent on A-Buck scaffolding. Cliff also enjoyed flying his ultralight, sailing, boating and especially golfing. Along with his parents he was preceded in death by his son Stephen Riegel, daughter Nancy Riegel-Gillman, and brother Lowell Riegel. He is surivived by his wife Carolyn (Leach) Riegel, children Pam (David) Getter, Wendi (Mark) Eshbaugh, Matthew Riegel, Amy (Johnny) Moler, his siblings Herbert (Honnie) Riegel, Ester (Merlin) Mohler, Douglas (Tawnya) Riegel, sister-in-law Ruth Riegel, grandchildren Nicole Cornett, Christopher Ratliff, Emily Edmiston, Logan and Colin Eshbaugh, Iris, Lily, Aven Riegel, Owen, Ella, Finn Moler, great grandchildren Claire and Hailee Cornett. The family will receive friends on Thursday, March 10, 2022 from 4-6PM at Arpp, Root & Carter Funeral Home, 29 N Main St. Germantown. A memorial service will follow beginning at 6:00PM. Burial will be private at Holp Cemetery in Farmersville. In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to Farmersville Fire and Rescue, or the Community Blood Center.
**There will be small children in attendance that are unable to be vaccinated, out of respect for the family please note they are asking everyone (vaccinated or not) to please wear a mask.
Farmersville Fire and EMS, 207 N Elm St. Farmersville, OH 45325
Community Blood Center, 349 S Main St. Dayton, OH 45402