Age 94, born May 30th 1918
Clyde moved to Maple Glen AssistedLiving in Shelton,exactly to the day one year ago from Hoodsport, with his sweetheart bride of 70 years, Mary.Clyde passed into the arms of his Lord and SaviorJesus Christ, Tuesday, January 1, 2013.
Prior to Hoodsport they made their home in FederalWay/Auburn for over 40 years. In his lifetime,Clyde lived in Arizona, Oklahoma, Texas, where he got his college degree at Texas A&M, Oregon,Colorado and Florida.
Clyde was a proud WWII veteran, loved God and country. He was involved in the Battle of the Bulge as a Lieutenant Field Commander, earning the Bronze Star.
He retired from Seattle Boeing Company as an engineer, and then went on for the next 30 years helping the poor, needy and homeless families to better lives; he made Braille Bibles for the blind allover the world, taught adult bible classes for years atSt. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Federal Way, where he was a Charter Member since 1958. Number one in his life was the love for his Lord; he was so excited that he was going hug his Jesus first when he gotto heaven. Clyde was known as the “kind gentleman”,loved by family and friends.
He is survived by his sister Virginia Vaughn,her husband Brymilde and brother Franklin Hussey and his three children:daughter: Jean Meyer, husband Lealand, two sons: Charles Hussey II, wife Ginger, and John Douglas Hussey, wife Karen. Five grandchildren: Charles Hussey III, Jason Hussey, Genevieve Nelson, Joshua
Meyer, Amy Dorman and 10 great-grandchildren, family,
friends and granddog Sassy.
Preceding him to glory are: his mother and father, a sister and brother. Mary, his beloved wife of 70 years joined him in glory just 2 weeks after his passing.
Memorial donations can be sent to: Olympia Union Gospel Mission, PO Box7668, Olympia, WA 98507-7368 or Tacoma Seafarers’ Center, 1118 port of Tacoma Road., Tacoma, WA 984323-3702
The preceding memorial was lovingly submitted by Ginger Hussey