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Bruce Clough

Washington, District of Columbia

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May 12, 2020
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Washington, District of Columbia

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CLOUGH BRUCE CONWAY CLOUGH (Age 83) Bruce Conway Clough, 83, of Haymarket, Virginia, passed peacefully on May 12, 2020. Born in Washington, DC and a native of Arlington, Virginia, Bruce graduated from Washington & Lee High School in 1954 and attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State...

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Thoughts and prayers to the Clough family. We were honored to have Bruce as a volunteer at Novant UVA Health System with 9.5 years and over 2600 hours of service. He was a key player in starting up our volunteer program for the front desk (information desk) at Haymarket Medical Center. I have so many fond memories of Bruce and will hold them close to my heart. RIP my friend.

Jean, may Bruce Rest In Peace and our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. He was a valued member of our Regency community and a good friend. May God bless and keep him. Joe Maire

Bruce has been a special light in our lives for the past 12 years and we'll miss him more than we can say. Our sympathy goes out to Jeannie and the entire Clough family.

My deepest sympathy to you Jean. He was a great man . Ruth Nagy

My sincere sympathy to my singing friend Jean and her family. I am very impressed by the many accomplishments of your dear husband Bruce. Peace be with you.
Ruth Nagy

Rest in peace my good friend. It has been an honor and a pleasure knowing you.

Condolences to Bruce's family from the Washington-Lee High School Class of 1954.

I would like to extend my sincere condolences to the family for their recent lost. May they remain strong as a family and find comfort and peace in our heavenly father. Romans 15:13

Our deepest sympathy to the entire Clough family. We have lost a true friend. At Novant Medical Center, we worked together and exchanged stories of our families and of our earlier professional careers. A true gentleman, always keeping his first priority his family.