Clinton L. Peterson, 37, computer tech

October 05, 2006

Clinton L. Peterson, a computer technician and outdoorsman, died of cancer Friday at his Conowingo home. He was 37.

Mr. Peterson was born in York, Pa., and raised in Lebanon, Pa.

He was a 1990 graduate of DeVry Institute of Technology in Columbus, Ohio, earning an associate's degree in computer technology.

He worked as a computer technician in Baltimore for Barrister Global Services Network Inc., and since 1999 had been on the staff at Towson University.

He was a collector and restorer of tractors built by the Oliver Farm Equipment Corp.

He was a member of the Hart-Parr Oliver Collectors Association, Keystone State Oliver Collectors and the Mason-Dixon Oliver Cletrac Club.

He enjoyed hunting wild turkey and deer.

Plans for a memorial service were incomplete yesterday.

Surviving are his longtime companion, Beth Walsh; a daughter, Sarah N. Peterson, and stepdaughter, Haley Walsh, both of Conowingo; his parents, Lloyd and Sharon Peterson of Duncanon, Pa.; and a brother, Terry E. Peterson of Lebanon.

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