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Charles McLoud

Charles R. McLoud

Wednesday, May 10th, 1933 - Sunday, September 8th, 2019
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Obituary

Charles Robert McLoud, 86, passed away peacefully in his Plymouth home on Sunday evening, September 8, 2019. Born in Thornton on May 10, 1933 he lived most of his life on Fairgrounds Road in Plymouth. He is the son of the late Merlond and Martha (Kimball) McLoud. He is a 1951 graduate of Plymouth High School and attended UNH-Thompson School of Agriculture where he met his beloved wife, Lois (Ricker) McLoud of Loudon.

His love of nature was a consistent theme throughout his entire life from his early days as a farmer to his later years when he partnered with Plymouth Elementary School with a garden learning project affectionately referred to as “Charlie’s Garden.” He and his wife Lois hosted more than 1,500 first and second graders to their home gardens providing a hands on garden learning experience spanning 22 years. He was an outdoorsman who found solace in fishing, gardening, snowmobiling and grooming the trails of Grafton County. He was an active member of the Snow Drifters Snowmobile Club.

As a US Army veteran, Deputy Fire Warden for more than 50 years, and Grafton County Trails Advisor for the State of NH Bureau of Trails, Charles was committed to his country and community. Accomplishments include NH Snowmobile Association Groomer of the Year in 1998-1999, State of NH Bureau of Trails Special Recognition Award in 2002 for his contributions and exemplary dedication to trails, and along with his wife Lois, Plymouth Citizen(s) of the Year Award in 2006. Charles’ career included working for his father at M.E. McLoud & Sons Construction Company before Charles purchased the power equipment side of the business and founded C.R. McLoud & Sons in 1961, a chainsaw sales and repair company which thrived until his retirement in 2001.

Charles is survived by his devoted wife Lois of 65 years, sister Florence Hanaford of Bridgewater, brother Leonard McLoud of Rye, daughter Debra McLoud of Concord, son Francis McLoud and his wife Karen, and son Robbie McLoud all of Plymouth. Grandchildren include Kimberly Sluter and her husband Matt of Seekonk, MA, Kelly Duda and her husband Ryan of Somerville, MA, Kurt McLoud and his wife Jen of Seekonk, MA, Alex Cusack and his wife Chrissy of Chicago, IL, Amanda Williams of Denver, CO, Chelsea McClung and her husband, Danny of Temecula, CA, Kira McLoud of Valley Center, CA and Haley McLoud of Littleton, CO. Charles is predeceased by his brother Merlond (Sonny) McLoud Jr., sister, Mae McLoud, and grandson Trevor Cusack. Charles found tremendous enjoyment in his 8 great grandchildren.

Calling hours will be held on Sunday, September 15 from 2-5pm at Mayhew Funeral Homes, 12 Langdon St., Plymouth. A celebration of life will be held at the United Methodist Church, Monday, September 16 at 10am, 334 Fairgrounds Rd. with a reception to follow. Burial will be held at the convenience of the family at a later date.

In lieu of flowers please consider a Hospice Memorial Donation to Pemi-Baker Community Health, 101 Boulder Point Dr., Ste 3, Plymouth, NH 03264.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Sunday, September 15th, 2019 | 2:00pm - 5:00pm
    When
    Sunday, September 15th, 2019 2:00pm - 5:00pm
    Location
    Mayhew Funeral Home
    Address
    12 Langdon Street
    Plymouth, NH 03264
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  • Service

    Monday, September 16th, 2019 | 10:00am
    When
    Monday, September 16th, 2019 10:00am
    Location
    Plymouth United Methodist Church
    Address
    334 Fairgrounds Rd.
    Plymouth, NH 03264
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  • Interment

    Location
    Riverside Cemetery
    Address
    Fairgrounds Road
    Plymouth, NH 03264
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Karen G Krumenaker

Posted at 07:29am
So many great memories! You had the patience of JOBE! Chad has stories of your fishing trips, snowmobiling and oh he can sharpen a chain saw like you. You taught Chad and me many things and I will miss your wisdom and friendship. I know you are enjoying all the fishing and snowmobiling you can do. Be at peace my dear friend.
With much love Karen Krumenaker
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Charles R. Mcloud

Posted at 07:10am
Charlie for all the many selfless hours you gave to others, be it grooming trails, teaching Chad to fish, sharpening chain saws, snowmobiling, all the many school children you taught about gardening, being a good friend and neighbor you were one of a kind and will be missed so very much.
Let this tree grow big and strong as you were!! Let this mighty tree honor you for many years to come. Love and miss you Karen & Chad
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Rob McLoud

Posted at 10:43am
He worked hard, he played hard, he loved his family & he always treated others the way he wanted to be treated! His passion was always present weather he was fixing a chainsaw, building a bridge, fishing or planting a garden! When others were down on their luck, he was there to lift them up! He would never seek out the spotlight, but always came through in the pinch to do the right thing and be the shining example of how a man should act! From the time I was old enough to say the word dad he has been my hero and always will be!

Mary Cusack

Posted at 10:15am
A Fine man who has left this world a much better place because he was one positive force in it
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Tom Morrison

Posted at 08:42pm
Condolences from Plymouth Fire-Rescue. Charlie’s 50 plus years as a Forest Fire Warden is commendable! Tom Morrison.
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