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Clint "Pops" Dalton Paschall

May 19, 1928March 12, 2021

Clint Dalton Paschall was born in Cottage Grove, Tennessee to Jessie Green Paschall and Dula May (Hill) on May 19, 1928, and entered into Heaven on March 12, 2021 at age 92.

As a young man he was drafted into the U.S Army as a medic where he proudly served his country in the Korean War. By discharge he was sergeant first class holding a medal for gallantry in the line of duty, the silver star along with other medals.

After meeting what would be his wife for life, Isabelle, they wed and proceeded to have nine children together.

As a carpenter Clint worked hard everyday building houses. Hard work made him able to raise his children and provide for them.

Later in life after surviving bladder cancer and major heart surgery, he returned to Tennessee to do what he truly loved, be a farmer and raise cattle. He did this until he was 82 years old and just couldn't do it anymore. When Isabelle became ill, they packed up and moved back to Florida to live out the rest of their lives.

After Isabelle passed away in 2013, Clint developed dementia and as the years passed, he slowly deteriorated away.

Clint is preceded in death by all his siblings; Howard, Grover, J.P, Joe (Doey), Clara Cooper (Sam) and Lillibee Rhodes (Charles). Isabelle, his wife for 61 years, and four of his sons; Joseph 10, Michael 45, William 55, and Jack 65. He is survived by sons; James of Elyria Ohio, Jerry (Nancy) of Brunswick Ohio, Robert (Debbie) of Tennessee, and two daughters; Mary Williams (Matt) and Connie Paschall of Florida. Clint leaves behind a legacy of nine grandchildren, seventeen great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews; Tommy Cooper, Sue Gilbert, Becky Clayton, Rick Paschall, Randy Paschall, Mary Luoma, Tracy Onders, and Robert Payer, plus many more who knew him as a patriarch of the Paschall family.


  • Visitation

    Saturday, March 27, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, March 27, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Saturday, March 27, 2021


Clint "Pops" Dalton Paschall

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Robert Scheimann

March 27, 2021

I often think back to the first time I went to work with your Dad and brothers.
Me and Danny Tollet slep over upstairs in the guys main bedroom and we’re woken up to your dad hollering up the stairs to get our buts up and get a move on.
Man , I felt like I was in the service. Lol
We all piled in the crew cab ,
If I remember correctly it was Clint Jerry Bobby Jimmy Billy Danny tollet and me.
The job was in Brecksville on route 82 just past route 21 on the corner just past the parkway entrance.
After that day I knew that’s what I wanted to do for a living.
It was back breaking work and very rewarding.
I’m glad I got the chance to come to work that day.
My deepest condolences to all family and friends.
Rest In Peace Mr Pascal

Traci Onders

March 23, 2021

Jimmy, Jerry, Bobbie, Mary and Connie: I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your Pops. I remember Uncle Dalton as a kind and hard working, always generous with a smile. Sending love and prayers, Traci

Matthew Paschall

March 21, 2021

Sandy Payer

March 21, 2021

Evie Shockling asked that I forward the following message to you...

"Please tell Maryann that we are sorry for her loss. Her Daddy was an amazing man."

Uncle Bob and I are sorry for your loss and that of your entire family. Your Dad was an exceptional man and a wonderful husband and father. We have all been blessed to have had him in our lives.
Our prayers are with you.

Mary Paschall Williams

March 17, 2021

When pops owned and drove around a hurse he took Mawbear to the hospital to have Mike . When he got to the ER they told him his entrance was in the back.....
He drove it to pick up Crash Coffin one day for work, Crash (Neil) was the only coffin he had ride in it...
Pops was always a real joker 🃏

David Jackson

March 16, 2021

Brother Dalton and Sister Isabel were as faithful in attendance at our small country church as they could be. Before we moved to the church parsonage, it was used as a fellowship center. Dalton built a ramp that remains to this day, to the porch leading into the living room so his wonderful wife could direct her electric cart in for the fellowship. Always in attendance as long as their health would allow. We miss them both so much.