Richard Arley McCloud (Rev.) passed away February 9, 2021. He went to be with his Lord at the age of 50. Richard was born in Clarksburg, WV, February 24, 1970. He was raised in Frostburg, Md, where he attended Beall High School. Pre-deceased by father, Norman E. Lewis of Elkview, WV, grandfather, Rev. Arley H. McCloud of Clarksburg, WV, grandmother, Bernadine V. Settles of Lost Creek, WV, aunt, Linda G. McCauley of West Milford, WV and uncle, Paul (Roger) Simons of Sterling, Va. Leaving behind to cherish his memory are mother, Virginia Arlene McCloud of Uniontown, Pa, sister, Jennifer Schrock (Richard Huey), of Uniontown, Pa, brother, Wayne H. Schrock and wife, Maria of Irwin, Pa, nephew, Quinn Schrock (Deidre Margroff), of Uniontown, Pa, aunt Patricia Simons of Sterling, Va, several cousins, and his fur babies, Daphne, Homer, and Winnie. Richard had innumerable friends and acquaintances, who have experienced his love, light, and kindness throughout his life’s journey. He was proud of his Scottish heritage. He enjoyed spending time with his family, especially watching Pittsburgh Steelers and Penguin games. He loved live music festivals, camping and bonfires with friends. Richard even toured the country following his favorite band, The Grateful Dead, for many years. Richard was a spiritual person. He found peace in reading his bible, turning to it for daily guidance and going to bible study. He loved to share his opinions, knowledge and advice to anyone in need. The family will be holding a celebration of life Saturday, February 27, 2021, at 6:00 pm, at Crawford Funeral Home, Hopwood, Pa. Joshua Cable from Bread of Life Tabernacle will officiate services for the evening. His family would appreciate those who attend to write down a memory or story you have of Richard. You can chose to read it that night or send home with the family to enjoy at a later time. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made in his memory to narcolepsy research at; Stanford University Development Services or to the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation in New York, for mental illnesses
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