Lucas Clabough’s family would like to express our deepest thanks for your prayers and support during this difficult time. Please respect their privacy while they grieve.
Charles Clabaugh had three siblings; Louise Kell (born Clabaugh), along with two additional members.
He is believed to be related to Abigail K Palmer, Amanda G Clabough and Angie Clabough and has resided at 2217 Paige St and 127 Derby Run Drive in Knoxville, TN.
Early Life and Education
Charles Clabaugh was born in Iowa in 1860. He had two siblings: Arno Edward and Gertrude Clabaugh. Charles later married Julia Allen-Clabaugh (born Clabaugh) on April 4, 1888 in Iowa.
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Achievement and Honors
Lucas Clabough has received many prestigious honors and awards, such as the Earl Williams Mathematics Award, Lela Niles Music Award and Political Science Award. Additionally he received the American Institute of Chemists Award based on potential advancement in professional chemistry as well as Organic Chemistry Achievement Award from Lambda Pi Eta (national college communication studies honor society). Lucas is survived by his wife Tara; sons Isaac and Enoch with their dog Rosco; sister Carrie Beeler Rhyne Rhyne along with numerous nieces and nephews
Lucas Clabough and Meghan Lewis live together with two daughters in Whitehouse Station, NJ and share an affinity for outdoor activities as well as sports fanaticism. Lucas and Meghan enjoy serving the local community through both of these passions.
Etheleen Moore Clabough of Maryville passed away peacefully at home with Melvyn by her side on February 7, 2013. She leaves behind sons Douglas and Neil Clabough; daughter Debra Sellon; sisters Marie Daniels and Clinton Moore as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
She was an active member of First Baptist Church and loved volunteering at its soup kitchen. Additionally, she enjoyed hunting turkeys, pheasants and deer as well as gardening.