Charles Clegg obit
CHARLES S. CLEGG MT. HOLLY — Former textile textile executive Charles Slevcus Clegg, 67, of S. Main St., died Sunday in an out-of-town hospital. hospital. He was bon Sept. 14, 1904 in Wa.xhaw. N.C., the son of the late Lula Squires Clegg Nicholson Nicholson and Charles Ruius Clegg. ' fib attended Charlotte City Schools and was graduated from Duke University in 1926. was a member of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity at Duke. Entering the textile industry immediately after college, he was first associated with Jewel Mill in Thomasville. In 1933, Clegg moved to Mt. Holly, where he reorganized and en- largcd the Globe Mill Company. The Globe Mill Company was sold to Burlington Indus- tries in 1961, after which Clegg w(=nt in£o (he rea | eslafe j, us j_ He was a member of Phil Delta Duke Alumni Association and served as president, of that pr- .. the Mt. Holly Savings and Loan ._„„,•_,,•„„ ..•„_- ,- )e nr oin Association since its organ- ization. Clegg bad also been ac- t j v e in Scouting work for many t ganizalion for two years. He was a member of the Mt. Holly Lions Club and was district governor governor of the Lions Club for one term. He was on the Board of Trustees of The First United Methodist Church :of Mt. Holly, a member of the Mt. Holly Masonic Masonic Lodge, and a York and Scottish Rite Mason. He was also a member of a director of years. Surviving arc his wife, Mrs. E1 m a Parrish Clegg; one (laughter, Jlrs. Mary Ann Clegg Smith, State College. Pa.; two grandsons; two sisters. Mrs. Lula Faye Clegg and Miss Catherine Clegg, both of Charlotte. Charlotte. Funeral services were to be held al Ki!) p.m. today at the First United Methodist Church of Mt. Holly, conducted by the Rev. Shcrrill Diggers and the Kev. James L'. Kink. Burial was to follow in the Forest Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of Mowers, memorials may be sent lo UK- Building Fund of the Firsl United Methodist Methodist Church of 111. Holly. Active pallbearers will bo . TV,,™,.,,,,.! foil I Clem James I),ucn|)OIt. I oil I,, l.tm- incr, .1. Paul Ford, Robert I. Council. Leo Fuller and Ken J. Moore. CaiolhiTS Funeral Home of Mt. Holly has charge of the ur- ntniremenls.