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Oscar Coolbaugh

Oscar Coolbaugh obituary photoOscar Coolbaugh, age 88, of Huron, died Tuesday, August 3, 2010, at the Violet Tschetter Memorial Home.  His memorial service was at 10:00 AM, Friday, August 6th at the Calvary Baptist Church with Pastor Bill Holmes, Pastor Phil Coolbaugh and Chet Coolbaugh officiating. Military rites were conducted by the Huron Veterans Council.

Oscar Glendon Coolbaugh was born July 1, 1922, to Philip and Lossie (Tripp) Coolbaugh at Falls, Pennsylvania. 

He served in the United States Army during World War II.

On May 4, 1946, Oscar married Eleanor Klimas at Mill City, Pennsylvania.

Oscar was a Baptist minister, serving small churches from 1964 to 1995 in Missouri, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Washington, Arkansas and Michigan..

He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, Loren, Jerald and Stanley; and three sisters, Letha, Hazel and Leota.

Grateful for having shared in his life are his wife, Eleanor of Huron; four sons, Chet (Dianne) Coolbaugh of Huron, Dave (Melissa) Coolbaugh of Huron, James (Tina) Coolbaugh of Dalton, Pennsylvania, and Richard (Lynnette) Coolbaugh of Benton, Arkansas; one daughter, Dot Brooks of Des Moines, Iowa; ten grandchildren, Debbie (Rich) Boucher, Teresa (Scott) Millman, Deana (Rich) LaRue, Phil (Jessica) Coolbaugh, Misty (Bill) McGurgan, Mandi Ownby, Chris Coolbaugh, Rachel Coolbaugh, Eric Coolbaugh and Colton Coolbaugh; fifteen great-grandchildren, James (Jennifer) Boucher, Drew Boucher, Travis Boucher, Mikayla Schultzen, Rachel Millman, Makenna Millman, Cory LaRue, Chelsea LaRue, Eleanor LaRue, Malachi Coolbaugh, Alenah Coolbaugh, Arriania Coolbaugh, Makenzi Ownby, Caleb Ownby and Liam McGurgan; two great great-granddaughters, Destinee Boucher and Dixie Boucher; and many nieces and nephews.

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