Clark E. Rott

Clark E. Rott, 90

Clark Edward Rott of Bremerton died Nov. 7, 2003. He was 90.

Clark was born in Piqua, Ohio to Dr. Otto Mathias and Catherine Scott Rott on Feb. 10, 1913.

Later the family moved to Spokane where Dr. Rott had a medical practice.

Rott attended high school in Spokane, Kinman Business University and later the University of Washington.

During World War II, he served in the Army Air Corp where he saw duty in England and Germany in Army hospitals. He ended his service as a Sergeant Major in the Air Depot Group.

He lived in Suquamish and Sandy Hook Park from 1946-2000.

Mr. Rott was Assistant Post Master in Suquamish for a number of years before his last position in the shipping department of Frederick and Nelson in Seattle. He retired in 1978.

He is survived by daughter Sally Weber of Poulsbo; and one grandson.

Following cremation, Mr. Rott’s remains will be buried in Fairmont Memorial Cemetery, Spokane.

Arrangements are under the direction of Kass Funeral Home of Bainbridge Island.