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Schumann, Clarence Garn, 1944-2017


Biographical History

Clarence Garn Schumann (1944-2017) was a Brigham Young University alumnus known for working as a management consultant in California.

Clarence Garn Schumann was born on April 10, 1944 to Clarence E. and Olea Pulsipher Schumann in Provo, Utah. He attended Brigham Young University, where he received both a Bachelor's Degree in 1968 and Master’s in 1970. During his time at BYU, he served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1963-1965 in Switzerland. After he returned, Schumann married Ruth Elaine Christensen.

After he graduated with a Master's degree from BYU, the family moved to California, where Schumann worked as a manager and management consultant. Schumann also participated in his local Church congregation, where he sang as a tenor for solo pieces as well as in the ward choir. Eventually he and Ruth returned to Provo, where he spent the remainder of his life before passing away on June 3, 2017.

Citation:, via WWW, June 13, 2017 (b. April 10, 1944 in Provo, UT to Clarence E. Schumann and Olea Pulsipher; his full name is Clarence Garn Schumann; he was a Brigham Young University alumnus, graduating with his Bachelors degree in 1968 and his Masters in 1970; served a mission to Switzerland in 1963-1965; married Ruth Elaine Christensen in the Salt Lake Temple in 1966; he lived in California, working as a management consultant; sang as a tenor for his ward and in the ward choir; passed away in Provo on June 3, 2017)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Oral history interview with C. Garn Schumann, 2011 December 5

 Item — Volume MSS OH 2577: Series 52
Identifier: MSS 7752 Series 52
Scope and Contents

Interview of C. Garn Schumann administered by Redd Center intern Brad Cornilles for their "Historic Downtown Provo Oral History Project." Topics discussed in this interview include memories of growing up in Provo and discussions on local stores in the downtown Provo area. Material dated December 5, 2011.

Dates: 2011 December 5