Clifford Alfred Kleymeyer, Jr.
Cliff was born and raised in Evansville, and he moved back there after several decades in Chicago working in the financial world. He studied at Indiana University—sociology as an undergrad and business in graduate school. In high school in 1961, Cliff was a member of Culver’s famous Black Horse Troop, and he rode in President John F. Kennedy’s inaugural parade. As a young man he travelled the world working as a merchant marine, and he served in the U.S. Army in Germany. Cliff loves to play golf, build his prodigious vocabulary, learn Spanish and German, and research family genealogy. As one of the punniest men in America, he will tie your brain in nots (pun intended) with his intricate wordplay. Beware!
Cliff is active in Bethel United Church of Christ, where he and his brothers were confirmed and earned their Eagle Scout awards. In recent years Cliff has been very involved in Point Man International Ministries—especially helping veterans to find spiritual healing from post-traumatic stress, and to make their way through the U.S. legal system.