Raymond N. (Bull) Clutter, 84, of Claysville (E. Finley Twp.), Pa. died unexpectedly at 1:56 a.m., Sunday, March 3, 2013 in the Donnell House, Washington, Pa. after being seriously ill for the past 11 days.He was born December 25, 1928 in Morris Twp., Greene Co., Pa. a son of the late Willis L. and Melza Margaret Ealy Clutter and had been a resident of E. Finley Twp. all his married life.Mr. Clutter was a member of the Enon Baptist Church.He was a self-employed farmer most of his life, raising beef cattle and enjoyed hunting.Mr. Clutter was a veteran of the Korean War where he served with the US Army as a corporal with Battery C, 24th AAA Gun Bn and was awarded the Korean Service Medal with three bronze service stars.He was employed by the former Washington Engineers and Ragnar Benson Constractors prior to being employed as a laborer with the former McAnallen Construction Company in Washington for 31 years until retiring in 1990.Mr. Clutter was a member of the Claysville American Legion Post 639 and a member of the Washington Moose Lodge for over 30 years and a former member of Local 286 Laborers Union of Brownsville.On May 1, 1954 he married Vivian W. Weir who survives.Also surviving are two sons, Jerry, husband of Sandra Clutter of Washington and Ray M., husband of Kristy Clutter of Claysville; two daughters, Vicki, wife of Richard Supler of Rock Hill, S. Carolina and Charlene Stone of Claysville; 10 grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren; six brothers, Leo, husband of Virginia Clutter of Washington, John, husband of Irene Clutter of Cleveland, Ohio, Roy, husband of Sue Clutter of Sycamore, George, husband of Barbara Clutter of Little River, S. Carolina, Reed Clutter of Prosperity and Larry, husband of Joan Clutter of Philadelphia; two sisters, Lena Taylor of Washington and Nancy Adkins of Claysville; and he will be sadly missed by his pet dog, Susie.Deceased in addition to his parents are, a grandson, Jerryd Clutter; three brothers, Willis, Louis and Fred Clutter; two sisters, Margaret Amon and Lucille Katsaros.The family suggests memorial contributions be made to either the Claysville Christian Church, the Roadside Chapel or the Donnell House.