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Place of Service
McClung Family Farm, 710 Asbury Methodist Church Road, Asbury, WV

Time of Service
5:00 PM Saturday August 17, 2013

Bryan Keith McClung

Apr. 6, 1956 - Aug. 11, 2013

Bryan McClung, 57, of Lansing, WV passed away early Sunday August 11, 2013 at his residence in Lansing.
Born April 6, 1956 in Ronceverte, he was the son of the late Charles Witt and Mildred Shearl McClung.

Bryan was a graduate of WVU, a former educator in Greenbier and Kanawha County Schools. He enjoyed coaching children in sports and he was a guide on the New and Gauley Rivers.  For the past 18 years he has been the proud owner of Chesnut Creek Campground.

Bryan was preceded in death by other than his parents; 2 brothers, Carmon McClung and Dennis McClung.

Those surviving are his daughter, Sierra Hattier and  his grandson Tyler of Salt Lake City, UT; two brothers Mark McClung of Lewisburg and Alan McClung of Texas; an aunt, Iva Mae Jarrett of Charleston, WV and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews and a special cousin, Desiree Catalona, who has help Bryan run the Chestnut Creek Campground for the last five years.

Celebration of life will be held at 5 PM Sat. August, 17, 2013 at the McClung Family Farm at 710 Asbury Methodist Church Road, Asbury, WV (call 304-445-6432 for directions) and 5:00 pm Sun. 18th at Chestnut Creek Campground, Lansing. Bring memories, photos, and musical instruments. Memorials may be made to Bryan's daughter at Fayette County National Bank: Sierra Hattier.

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  • D.C. in Roanoke
    Apr. 4, 2014

    A brief but amazing intersection of two lives-- thank you for sharing your intensity and passion.  I've never forgotten... I never will...

  • Jeanette Helfrich and John Rayner
    Aug. 19, 2013

    Brian, you were such a wonderful and caring host to so many climbers at your campground over the last 15 years.  Thanks, from all your climbing friends in the Washington DC area and PATC/MS

  • Brenda Dixon Gabbert
    Aug. 17, 2013

    Such a fun loving guy--he will live on always in so many hearts. With sympathy to the entire McClung family.

  • Kelli McClung
    Aug. 15, 2013

    You loved me when I did not even love myself.  You are the symbol of family.  My holidays and summers will not be the same.  I love you Uncle Bryan. You will be missed and forever loved.

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