Clyde was a farmer first, and later became a cobbler. He and Julia purchased a winter home from his brother, William Russell Roesch, in Eau Gallie, Florida. The home sat on Highland Avenue. Even their father, Philip, bought a winter home here and the homes sat three in a row. The three of them often went fishing in the Indian River together. Clyde was known as the champion fisherman.
|1881 - 1961|