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March 24, 2017

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December 31, 2013
My thoughts and prayers to the Clough family. I knew Dr. Clough when I worked at St. Luke's many years ago. I recall learning from him in surgery and he always had a smile on his face. It was also nice to see father and son working side by side. He will be missed!!!!
December 30, 2013
What a wonderful example to the medical profession. As CEO of St. Joseph Health Center in Kansas City , it was an honor and a priviledge to have Dr. Charles Clough on the medical staff. He will be a great loss to the Kansas City Community.
December 30, 2013
Dear John and Cough family,

I was shocked and saddened to just learn of your dad's passing. It is dangerous to have hero's in life because they can disappoint...but your dad was one of my hero's...and he never disappointed me. I was privileged to have him as a teacher at KU and later privileged to have him as a colleague and friend at St. Joseph's hospital. His sense of humor and outlook on life mirrored mine, and I loved to be around him. He loved his patients, and loved caring for them. I feel fortunate to been able to refer my patients to his care. Yard Bird, you have big shoes to fill!

I was able to visit him during his recent hospitalization and his humor and wit were still present, and he greeted with his huge, familiar grin. We were able to reminisce about old times, and I'm so glad I got to see him before he left us. I regret I missed his services.

Everyone who knew him will miss him greatly, and I know none so much as his family members. He truly made the world a better place for all who knew him. Heaven will be a more humorous place with his arrival.

- Jed Ervin
December 29, 2013
Charlie will be greatly missed. He was an exceptional neurosurgeon. He was one of the best doctors I ever had. He never lacked personality or a wonderful bedside manner. he will be always a hero in my eyes!
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