Clementine McKenna Schofield

July 22, 1923June 2, 2018

Clementine McKenna Schofield died Saturday June 2, 2018. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, she and her late husband, William J. Schofield III, who passed in 2005, raised a family of eight in Glenshaw, PA.

Clem was a woman ahead of her time. In 1944, she graduated from Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon University) in Pittsburgh. She went on to Pennsylvania State University for a Masters in textiles and clothing. After a year in Wales, UK following World War II, she returned to the United States and taught at Rutgers University and then Carnegie Tech. For many years while living in Glenshaw, she was a committed supporter of the Salvation Army and Shaler Area Activities for the Handicapped. In 2010, Mrs. Schofield moved to Annapolis, MD, where she lived until her death.

Mrs. Schofield was the loving mother of Michael (Gina) Schofield, Elizabeth (Tom) Slear and James (Ramona) Schofield of Annapolis, Maryland, Mary (Piers) Forsyth of Gerrards Cross, England, Margaret Schofield of Charlotte, North Carolina, Catherine (Gene) Taylor of Manhattan, Kansas, Barbara Flannery of Blandon, Pennsylvania, and Edward (Janet) Schofield of Maumee, Ohio. She had 32 grandchildren.

A funeral mass will be celebrated at 9:00 am on Wednesday June 6, at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, 620 N. Bestgate Rd, Annapolis, MD 21401. She will be laid to rest at 12 pm on Thursday June 7 at the family plot alongside her beloved husband Bill, her parents and siblings at the Calvary Cemetery, 718 Hazelwood Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15217. In lieu of sending flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Salvation Army.


  • Funeral Service Wednesday, June 6, 2018
  • Committal Service Thursday, June 7, 2018

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MaryAnn Gorka

June 7, 2018

Such wonderful memories of Bill and Clem and St. Bonaventure Church. They were so very kind and supportive of their friends and children and I will always be very thankful for having been a part of their lives. The world is a poorer place with the loss of Clem.

Michele Burdette

June 6, 2018

I only was privileged to meet Aunt Clem twice with Ann; once in Butler, PA when she came to visit her sister NAncy and we all went to the football game. I have a great picture of the two sisters up in the skybox. The second was when Ann and I went to Annapolis two years ago and stayed with Liz.
Aunt Clem was a beautiful woman inside and out. I loved her sense of humor and I loved our time together eating mint chocolate Klonike bars.
My prayers go out to all of you to have peace in your hearts and strength in the coming days months and years missing her. All my love. Michele (Ann's sister)