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38001 Euclid Ave
Willoughby, OH 44094
Phone: 440-942-0700
Fax: 440-942-4823
Clarence Lauderback

Clarence A "Butch" Lauderback Jr.

Tuesday, November 17th, 1936 - Friday, September 13th, 2019
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Clarence A. “Butch” Lauderback Jr., 82, of Willoughby, passed away Friday, Sept. 13, 2019, at Hospice House of the Western Reserve in Cleveland.
Born Nov. 17, 1936, in Cleveland, he had been a resident of Lake County for 71 years.
Butch was a member of Willoughby Eagles Aerie 2300, and Palmer Roberts American Legion Post 214 in Willoughby. He was very active in softball, was an ASA/OSHAA umpire for 46 years, and served as a scheduler and President for the Northeast Umpires Association for more than 35 years. Butch had played fast pitch and slow pitch softball for great teams. He was a member of the Willoughby Union Rangers Baseball team and was All GCC Conference Shortstop, played Class A baseball in Cleveland and had major league try-outs with the Washington Senators and Cleveland Indians. Butch was inducted into the Softball Hall of Fame and received the John Nagy Award. He was also an avid golfer and played in the Monday Skin League at Lost Nation Golf Course.
Mr. Lauderback had worked for the A&P Tea Company for 28 years and the Willoughby-Eastlake Schools for 18 years, prior to retiring.
Butch was the beloved husband of 62 years to Barbara A. (nee Manning) Lauderback; loving father of Deborah L. (Randy) Smith, Susan M. (Paul) Vince, John G. Lauderback and Daniel C. Lauderback; cherished grandfather of Christopher, Michael, Ashley, Katie, Jaime, Rachel and Valerie; great-grandfather of Killian, Alaya, Tristian and Tessa; and uncle of Lisa, Sherri, Dennis, Jack, Larry, Maria, Vincent and Joe.
He was preceded in death by his son, Robert “Bobby” Lauderback; parents, Clarence A. and Phyllis (nee Mueller) Lauderback; brother, Donald L. Lauderback; and nephews, Joe, Jim and Jimmy.
Private family services were held.
Arrangements are entrusted to McMahon-Coyne-Vitantonio Funeral Homes in Willoughby and Mentor.
To leave condolences for the family, visit www.MCVfuneralhomes.com.
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Nancy Beaumont

Posted at 12:53pm
My condolences to the entire Lauderback family. What a great guy Butch was. Always a smile...a joke...quick wit. Such a great true friend of my dad's through life, work, golf, softball and umpiring. May many found memories bring you peace.
Nancy La Pierre Beaumont
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Bob

Posted at 08:59am
Compared to others, I only knew Butch for a very short time through the NEUA. However, I did have the honor to work with Butch while serving on the board. And it was definitely an honor to work a high school softball game with him before he retired. Butch was fair and a good leader and umpire. He had given a lot for others to learn. I GOT IT!
JH

joseph S. Horoszko

Posted at 11:22am
Hello Barbara, Being involved with the Northeast Umpires Association for a little over 25 years and being the Associations Secretary for 15 years I got to know Butch. He helped me in many ways to become a better secretary and a better umpire. When he was the assignor for Women's Fastpitch Softball for Lake Erie College he gave me my first two games. I ended working with Butch in my first 2 games. He worked the first game behind the plate. As I was getting dressed to work the second game behind the plate he asked me why I was putting on my chest protector. He told me to take it off because I don't need it. I was scared of getting hit but you learn quickly how to properly stand to protect yourself. From that point forward I never wore a chest protector while working women's college and girls high school fastpitch games. During a local high school meeting Butch told all of us that during a confrontation with a coach/manager of a team "The less said the better." From that point on I followed that saying and it worked during future confrontations. I always will remember Butch being a good human being and friend to me. He is in my prayers.

Joseph S. Horoszko
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