Bio: Cleveland, Clifford Clayton 

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Cleveland, Tuchscher, Mueller 

----Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) 26 Nov. 1928 

Clifford Clayton Cleveland, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Cleveland, Route 5, was born in Symco, Wisconsin, May 22, 1900. When he was two his parents moved to Clintonville, and ten years later to Loyal. He received his education in the public schools of those cities. While still attending school he began learning the art of interior decorating under the tutorship of his father. After leaving school he continued at this trade for two years in partnership with his father. December 5, 1918, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, for service in the World War. He served until March 19, 1919, stationed at Paris Island, South Carolina. Following his discharge, he spent two years in the employ of the Schultz Decorating Company of Milwaukee as a foreman. While with this concern he did decorating work in Bonsteel and Winner, South Dakota; Norfolk and Omaha, Nebraska; and Red Wing, Minnesota. He then accepted a job in this city with the Marshfield Decorating Company, where he remained until taken ill. He was incapacitated from August 1921 to May 1922. Following his recovery he engaged in the decorating work on his own, in this city, for about two and one-half years. On January 1, 1925, he embarked in the general insurance business. 

Mr. Cleveland was married to Miss Beatrice Tuchscher, daughter of Mrs. Agnes Tuchscher, Marshfield, formerly of Chili, in the Sacred Heart Catholic Church by Father A. Mueller, Bakerville, January 18, 1922. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland have three children: Marjorie 6, Palmer 4 and Alton 2. Her father died in 1917. 

Politically, he is a regular Republican. His hobby is fishing. 



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