Clarence Schaub, 71

Baltimore firefighter

February 03, 2007

Clarence Milton Schaub, a retired Baltimore Fire Department communications officer, died of heart failure Jan. 24 at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center. The longtime Abingdon resident was 71.

Mr. Schaub was born in Edgewood and raised in Abingdon. He attended Bel Air High School and went to work for Bethlehem Steel in its Baltimore shipyards.

In 1963, he joined the city Fire Department's communications division and attained the rank of lieutenant. He retired in 1993.

Mr. Schaub was an avid gardener and was a thoroughbred racing fan. He also liked watching Ravens and Orioles games.

Mr. Schaub was a member of Cokesbury United Methodist Church.

Services were Monday.

Surviving are his wife of 48 years, the former Nancy J. Crockett; two sons, Kenneth M. Schaub of Abingdon and William G. Schaub of Aberdeen; eight daughters, Pamela S. Hnyla of Middleburg, Fla., Janet L. Schaub, Jane A. Brackins and Jean A. Bauguess, all of Bel Air, Lori A. Hensley of Forest Hill, Kathleen A. Morse of Belcamp, and Sandra L. Champ and Nancy J. McVey, both of Edgewood; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Another daughter, Susan Marie Schaub, died in 1970.

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