Clinton Theodore Auman, Jr., an avid Browns fan, self-proclaimed chick magnet, and all-American guy, passed in peace, surrounded by his family, at the age of 66. He was born July 4, 1946 in a small town in Pennsylvania.
He emulated everything our nation’s holiday stood for: ‘murican-made cars, hamburgers with NO onions and doing what he damn well pleased. He was retired from Chevy, Parma, after over 30 years of service. He stayed true to his longtime love affair with sharp cheddar cheese, Sunkist, unfiltered Camels, and the color orange to the end. Clint, whose family and friends affectionately called “Butch”, will be remembered for his wonderful sense of humor and his undying loyalty to his friends, as well as his dedication to the UAW and the Masons. He was a friend of Bill W.
He will be met in the afterlife by his parents, Clinton T. Auman, Sr. and Mary Lou Auman (Rice); first wife and friend, Elizabeth Goss; and loving wife of 29 years, Edith R. Auman (Shaw); late wife, Judith K. Auman (Ross); and his nephews, Kevin M. Hatch and Theodore A. Hatch.
He will be sadly and sorely missed by his family, daughter, Amanda Mieras (Dan “Dano”); grandchildren, Amberooski, Joshmiester, Princess Chloe, Chaseman, and Izzie, who loved her gampa; his sister, Barbara Staymates (Paul “Bro”); his favorite sister-in-law, Ella “Mimi” Hunter and her sons; his nieces, Nornie Hatch, Jen Wason, Shelllldren Stacey, and their children. He will also be missed by his “darlink” Helene, her children, and his Pennsylvania family.
Friends may call at the Busch Funeral Home, 7501 Ridge Road, Parma, from 2 until 8 P.M., Sunday, June 30, 2013. Service will be at the funeral home on Monday, July 1, 2013, at 10:30 A.M. Burial will be at Sunset Memorial Park, North Olmsted.
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