Clyde Stephen Bazzle

By August 14, 2013 Obituaries

Clyde Stephen Bazzle, Sr, 67, of Moncks Corner, a retired machinist, died Wednesday.

A memorial service celebrating Mr. Bazzle’s life will take place on Thursday, August 22 at 2:00PM at Parks Funeral Home (130 West 1st North Street, Summerville 29483)


  • Thomas Pratt says:

    I sincerely regret learning of Clyde’s passing. He was a valued member of the SUPSHIP Charleston team during my time as Supervisor. His family and friends have my condolences and sympathy.

    Tom Pratt

    • Carrie says:

      Thank you Tom. This is Clyde’s step daughter, Carrie. I do encourage all of his family and friends to comment here in addition to any other condolences, so that I may print them and keep put them in a scrapbook. He is already missed dearly. Again, thank you for your sympathy.

  • Janet (Lietha) Eadie says:

    I was saddened to hear of Clyde’s passing. I also worked with him at SUPSHIP. I remember him as a kind and fun loving guy, who was a pleasure to work with. Sending my deepest sympathy for his family, in this sorrowful time. May God bless all of you, and grant you peace in the months ahead.

  • Clifton Atkinson, Sr. says:

    I was so sorry to hear of Clyde’s passing. Clyde and myself went thru the apprenticeship at the Charleston Naval Shipyard, Later we both met up working again at SUPSHIPCHASN. He was a long time friend and working buddy for many years. He always had a great pleasant outlook and great sense of humor. I know that you miss him dearly. Please accept my deepest sympathy to you and your family in this sad time and may God bless you all and give all of your family the strength during your time of grieving his loss.

    Clifton Atkinson, Sr. / aka “Splinter” That’s was nick name I acquired at my time at Charleston Naval Shipyard.

  • Ken Lott says:

    I too worked with Clyde at SUPSHIP. I will always remember Clyde’s sense of humor. He was truly a unique individual.