Clifford Dahl of Duluth will be 100-years-old on March 3.
Cliff was born in 1917, in Duluth, to John and Carrie (Anderson) Dahl. He grew up in the Duluth area and graduated from Denfeld High School and the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Cliff loved and married two women in his life: Martha Klang in 1939, and they celebrated 56 years together; after Martha's passing, Cliff married Charlene Johnson in 1996, and they celebrated their 21st anniversary in January.
Cliff worked at several jobs, including the Steel Plant, and he spent many years working at Nopeming as assistant administrator.
His children are Roger and Cathy and Robert and Kay, both of Duluth, and Joanne and John Cook of Proctor. He has been blessed with many grandchildren and their families, as well as Char's extended family.
In his younger years, Cliff loved to golf, fish, dance and garden, and he loves to remember those times and share them with his family and friends.