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William J. Clugh

May 14, 2003

William J. Clugh, 78, of RR2 Mifflintown, PA and formerly of Harrisburg, PA died early Tuesday morning, May 13, 2003, at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, PA.  He was born March 24, 1925 in Pittsburgh, PA the son of the late William S. and Goldie Stoops Clugh. 

He graduated from Mechanicsburg High School in 1942.  During World War II, Mr. Clugh served with the Construction Battalion of the United States Navy Seabees.  He was employed as a draftsman with the Architectural Unit of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation in Harrisburg, PA retiring in 1983.  Mr. Clugh was an active member of the Free Spring Church of the Brethren in Van Wert, PA.  He was also a member of the American Legion Post 1001 Harrisburg, PA and had coached their Teener League Baseball Team.  He was the Pennsylvania State director of the National Campers & Hikers Association for 30 years and served on the National Board of N.H.C.A.  as past secretary, vice president and president.  He chaired 3 National Conventions, one in Prince Galitzen State Park, PA and two in Bloomsburg, PA.  Mr. Clugh served as a Fire Chief of the Rescue Fire Company Harrisburg, PA. 

He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Marie J. Shepler Clugh whom he married January 1, 1946.  He is also survived by two sons; William J. “Rusty” Clugh Hoboken, NJ  and David A.

Clugh of Baltimore, MD and one grandson.  Two sisters, Joan Spino of Jeanette, PA and Donna R. Stutenroth, Carlisle, PA also survive him.  One brother, John Clugh preceded him in death. 

Memorial services will be held Saturday at 11:00 AM from the Free Spring Church of the Brethren, Van Wert, PA with the Reverend Terry Smith officiating.  Burial will be private in the Free Spring Presbyterian Cemetery McAllisterville, PA at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions may be made to the Free Spring Church of the Brethren Building Fund

RR2 Box 1335 Mifflintown, PA  17059.  Arrangements are under the direction of the Miller-Visneski Funeral Home 10 West Mahoning Street Danville, PA.

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