Quoted from "Yale Class of 1923 - 55th Year - 1978"(Home address listed))After starting as a banker, Clyde switched to accounting, and, at the end of 1963, retired as Cost Accountant with Case Brothers, Manchester, Connecticut. He still serves as auditor for his church, the Talcottville Congregational Church of Christ. He continues to be a memberof St. Albans Lodge, A.F. and A.M., which he joined in 1920.As a recipient ofa Purple Heart (twice) in World War one, he is active in Veterans affairs, having served as National Commander of the Yankee Division Veterans association. The father of our class boy, Clyde Jr., who was born February 28. 1924, Clyde lost his first wife in 1934, and subsequently married Ruth Louise King.All told, Clyde has six children and eighteen grandchildren. The class boy, who graduated from Yale in 1945, is a geologist with the Continental Oil Company of Houston, Texas.