BARBARA A. CLUGH
Was active with several churches
A celebration of life service is planned today (Sept. 25) at 4 p.m. at Christ Community Chapel in Aurora for Barbara Ann (Bullach) Clugh of Aurora, who died Sept. 20.
She was born in Massillon on July 19, 1928, the daughter of John Warren and Catherine Coleman Bullach. She graduated from Washington High School and attended Baldwin-Wallace College.
After serving for many years alongside her husband as a dental assistant at Stow Dental Group, Mrs. Clugh became an orofacial myofunctional therapist.
Her civic and church involvement started in Norwalk as a deaconess at Norwalk Presbyterian Church and was president of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. After moving to Aurora, she became a shepard and a deaconess at the Church in Aurora, where she participated in Stephens ministry and on the missions board.
She enjoyed gardening, traveling, entertaining friends and family at home and serving others, and especially enjoyed the many years she and her husband John lived in Arizona.
She delivered weekly mobile meals to home bound seniors in Portage County, joined her husband in activities of the Kairos prison ministry inside of prison and with those left on the outside. She also was involved in the Western Reserve Walk to Emmaus.
Survivors include her husband of 40 years John Richardson Clugh; daughters Catherine Curry (Robert) Eberly and Constance Curry (Gary) Bost; step-daughters Barbara Clugh (Corky) Larsen, Laurie Clugh (Jeff) Pellizzari and Christine Clugh (Greg) Knotts; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brother John Warren (Dianne) Bullach; two nieces and a nephew.
She was preceded in death by her parents, daughter Caryn Ann Curry and stepmother Zelma Robertson Bullach.
Contributions can be made to the Hospice of the Western Reserve, 17876 St. Clair Ave., Cleveland 44110. Private burial will be at Crown Hill Cemetery in Twinsburg. Arrangements were handled by Johnson-Romito Funeral Home in Hudson.