I sincerely hope, Clem, now that you’re laid down to rest, you will. You were truly a man driven to become something you could never be, and in fact, always in judgement of that fact, to the detriment and pain of those around you.
May you find peace, and *ahem* acceptance of what and who you truly were, and let go of the fantasy you insisted on, as your reality (and forced on the rest of us too). I can’t say I’m happy to know you, but you were one of those struggles in my life, that has helped shape me into what I am today.
Click on the link below for a scanned PDF version of the wonderful life story of Clem Poechmann (affectionately known as Puppy). This was apparently created by Laura Tietz and Company. Does anybody know who Laura is, or how I can contact her?
Please leave a comment below, good or bad, on some way that Clem has changed your life.