Clayton Ray Maust
Clayton Ray Maust, 88, a resident of Harrisonburg, Virginia, passed away Tuesday, July 31, 2018. Clayton was born February 27, 1930, in Bay Port, Michigan, the son of the late Richard and Elizabeth (Gunden) Maust. On April 20, 1951, He married Berniece Albrecht, from Pigeon, who passed away on January 7, 1987. Clayton and Berniece were active members of the Pigeon River Mennonite Church where they taught Sunday school and served as youth sponsors for many years. In his early years, Clayton owned Huron County Hatchery where he employed young men who caught chickens and remembered him as kind and caring. He was later employed at Active Feed Company where he worked with his nephew loading cases of eggs into a semi. He remembers Clayton as a man who cared about others but more importantly, it was clear that Clayton loved God.
place at the center of his Kenworth truck grill. And it’s the reason
he used the CB handle, “Fisherman “. These served as conversation starters with strangers all along his route as he regularly hauled eggs to Buffalo New York. To him a stranger was just a friend he hadn’t met yet.