Mary and Clint Clubb

Mary and Clint Clubb will celebrate their 75th anniversary on Nov. 17. They are pictured in 2016 with the Rev. Kevin Cross, rector of Church of the Holy Trinity in Oxford.

OXFORD — Mary and Clint Clubb of Easton will celebrate their 75th anniversary on Tuesday, Nov. 17.

Mary McLoud and Clint Clubb were married Nov. 17, 1945, at Advent Lutheran Church in West Lawn, Pennsylvania. They are still in love and very proud of their 75 years of marriage.

Mr. Clubb was employed by Wickersham Engineering and Construction and eventually became president. The company built Easton High School.

Mrs. Clubb was a bookkeeper and, in her spare time, became a master needlepoint artist and taught needlepoint classes.

They had a son and daughter and enjoyed family life. Mr. Clubb was an avid hunter, and they traveled all over the world.

They resided for many years in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, until they retired to Oxford, where they were very involved in the Episcopal Church nationally, at the diocesan level and locally at the Church of the Holy Trinity. They currently reside at Bayleigh Chase in Easton.

Five years ago they celebrated their 70th anniversary at the Tred Avon Yacht Club, surrounded by family and friends from across the country.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, they have had to change their plans for this celebration, and their son, four grandsons and one great-grandson and other family members and friends will celebrate with them in creative ways.

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