Hunter Brooke Clyde, Jr.
Pete Clyde of Incline Village passed away Thursday, September 29th, 2016 at his home with his loving wife by his side. He was 81.
Pete was born in San Francisco on August 9th 1935, to the late Hunter Brooke and Elsiedale Peters Clyde. He attended the Town School for Boys and graduated from Lowell High School. He graduated from Pomona College in 1957 with a degree in Political Science. He married Jean Forsyth and they moved to Honolulu where he was a journalist for the Honolulu Star Bulletin. They had their children Brooke and Lisa and then moved back to Santa Rosa, CA. After his divorce, Pete met his beloved wife, Nancy Johns of Carlisle, PA. They married in 1974. In 1981, they welcomed their son Marshall and decided to make their home in Incline Village. He loved calling Incline Village his home for the last 35 years. While in Incline Village, he was involved in Rotary International. He was proud to be a member and served as Secretary for the organization for more than 30 years. Pete, Nancy, and Marshall were often involved in Community Theater and even some productions in Reno. He even made country western albums of his original songs, which are a favorite of his family. Pete enjoyed having his pilot’s license and flying his family on vacations across the country. He loved the SF Giants and SF 49ers, a passion he instilled in his family. Pete was known for his wit, sense of humor, a tough exterior, but above all, his love for his family.
Pete is survived by his loving wife of 42 years, Nancy Clyde of Incline Village; his son, Hunter “Brooke” Clyde III and his wife Ruth Skidmore of Santa Rosa, CA; his daughter, Elizabeth “Lisa” Jean and her wife Elsa Clyde-Garcia of Sebastopol, CA; his son, Dr. Marshall William and his wife Elizabeth Clyde of Bloomington, MN; his step-daughter Hillary and her husband Mark Schauss of Reno, NV; his sister, Elsiedale “Dale” and her husband Kent Peterson of Cupertino, CA; his sister-in-law, Betty Shamro of Carlisle, PA; his eight grandchildren: Morgan, Nicholas, Chelsea, Donovan, Fiona, William, Tasya, and Anika; his three nieces: Carol, Kim, and Lisa; his faithful dog Schuyler; many other relatives; and his cherished friends.
Pete will be greatly missed by all who loved him.
At his request, no services will be held.
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