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September 14, 1978 - March 3, 2024


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Clifton Mitchell Tomasini


Clifton Ė Father of Zaida, Brother of Brandon Tomasini, DJ Seeger, and Samuel Seeger, sister, Ashley Seeger (deceased), mother, Andree Seeger, Uncle to Baron Tomasini, Son of Denise & Richard Tomasini & friend to many passed away on March 3, 2024.

Clifton was born in Houston, Texas, on September 14, 1978. He attended Elementary school in Cypress, Texas and Canyon Lake, Texas and Junior High @ Smithson Valley, Texas. Clifton graduated High School from Mayde Creek High School in Katy, Texas where he played football for head coach & athletic director, Joe Sheffy.

After High School Clif attended Northwood University in Cedar Hill, Texas while also working summers for his great uncle in the automobile business in San Antonio, Texas. He graduated Sigma Cum Laude in three years in addition to playing soccer for Northwood University. After graduation, Clifton worked in the automobile business for his great uncle in San Antonio and later in New Orleans, La. Some time prior to hurricane Katrina, Clifton left the auto business & returned home to Katy, Texas for a short time working with his father in the construction business building hotels.

When Clifton received a job offer from Todd DeMonte who Clifton worked with in New Orleans, Clifton decided to accept Toddís offer in Madison, Wisconsin and began his journey working for his friend and mentor in Wisconsin. Todd was a most positive influence and Clifton grew & blossomed in the business world. It was during this time working with Todd that Clifton also received his Mastersí Degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Go Badgers! Todd & Clifton remained close friends to this day. Clifton most recently worked for American Extraction & thoroughly enjoyed the people and the challenges the job presented.

Clifton enjoyed sports, the lake, his boat, and spending time on the lake with family & friends. He enjoyed teaching the younger ones to ski, wake boarding & boating operations & safety. Clifton was an avid New Orleans Saints fan.

Cliftonís love for his daughter was immeasurable and he supported her in all endeavors including dancing, school, sports & traveling to near and far places learning new subjects. Clif worked so hard to ensure Zaida attended an elite private school and was her biggest fan and most proud of her academic excellence, leadership and community involvement. Their favorite thing to do together was to attend UW volleyball games.

Clifton always missed his home state of Texas and his family there, but chose to live and work in Wisconsin near his daughter & friends. Clifton was funny, smart, generous and a team player.

Please keep Clifton alive in your heart and speak of him often and keep him in your prayers.

A gathering of family and friends will be from 12-2:00 PM on Sunday, March 17, 2024 at Cress Funeral Home, 1310 Emerald Terrace, Sun Prairie, with a memorial service to follow at 2:00 PM. There will be a reception at the funeral home to follow from 3-5:00 PM.

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In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your local animal shelter in memory of
Clifton Mitchell Tomasini.

Rest in Peace, Son.

There will be a graveside service at Coker Cemetery
Wednesday, March 27th at 10:00 a.m.

Cress Funeral & Cremation Service - Sun Prairie
1310 Emerald Terrace
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
(608) 837-9054

Published on the Cress Funeral & Cremation website on March 2024.

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