Clinton B. Bouch Sr.
92, of Seward, passed away January 16, 2020 at Conemaugh Hospital in Johnstown. Born May 2, 1927 in Johnstown. Son of Pete and Mabel Bouch. Preceded in death by parents, wife RoseAnna (Scott) Bouch and twin sister Anna Claire Ventry. Survived by son Clinton B. Bouch Jr. married to Rhonda of Seward, and daughter Janie married to Rodney Cunningham, of New Florence. Grandchildren Desiree (Bouch) married to Jamie Muir, Bree Ann (Bouch) married to Ryan Perry and Ryan Decker and his wife Cathie. Great Grandchildren Kara and Alison Muir, Heath and Jacob Perry, Ella and Sophie Decker. Sister Shirley Ritenour, sister in law Betty Bowden, brother in law Charles Shaffer, numerous nieces and nephews. He also had three special caregivers Becky, Carol, and Shirley. Clint was a U S Navy veteran of WW II. He worked at Davis Brake Beam for 25 years. A member of Seward United Methodist Church. Clint loved hunting, fishing and doing painting and woodcrafts. Friends will be received 2-4 pm and 6-8 pm Tuesday at the Jon A. Meese Funeral Home - Seward. Funeral Service will be held 11 am Wednesday at the Seward United Methodist Church. The Rev. Scott Hamley officiating. Interment Armagh Cemetery. Conemaugh Valley Marine Detachment #287 with military rites. Please visit
Published on January 19, 2020


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Terri Fuller
Jan 20, 2020
You will never be forgotten Clinty, your kindness, your artistic talent and your ever ready chuckle. RIP, it's time to rest, you have earned your time in heaven. My heart and prayers are with all of the Bouch Family.
Jan 19, 2020
I love you Uncle Clinty RIP you are now in heaven with your twin sister your beautiful wife and Poppy
John Layton Jr
Jan 19, 2020
I was probably about 12 years old when my father introduced me to a gentleman who became a good friend, mentor and hunting buddy to me. I will always remember Clinny having bacon, eggs and coffee ready for us on the first day of buck season. But most of all I will always remember him for his wisdom, humor and kindness. May God bless you and your family my friend.
Jeanette Rubal
Jan 19, 2020
My deepest sympathy to everyone in your loss !! He had a good long life.