Pat McClary Obituary, Former Chairman, President and CEO Of UBank Has Died

Pat McClary Obituary, Death –┬áThe UBank family has suffered the loss of a member who was their most loyal supporter. On December 13th, 2018, at the age of 93, Pat McClary, who had previously served as Chairman, President, and CEO of UBank, passed away in the comfort of his own home, accompanied by his family. He had suffered from Alzheimer’s disease in recent years. Pat has been a respected and active part of the Jellico community ever since he moved back to his birthplace of Jellico in the year 1975. Pat had been a member of the First Baptist Church for a very long time and had served there for a number of years in a variety of capacities, including those of deacon, trustee, and treasurer.

Pat had been a member of the First Baptist Church for a very long time. In addition to that, he was stationed in Korea during that period with the United States Army and worked as a radio operator. Recent occurrences led to him receiving acknowledgement from the Tennessee Bankers Association’s Leadership in Banking Excellence program for his leadership within the banking industry. Being among the people he cared about offered him the most happiness of anything else in the world.

During the duration of his 71-year marriage to his wife, Imogene, he had never been away from her side. Donna Adams, Allen McClary, and Diane Brock were his three offspring, and he was a parent to all of them. In addition to this, he was the grandfather of six grandchildren, namely Matt McClary, Trey Adams, Deanna Brock, Jake McClary, Casey Adams, and David Brock. Casey Adams and David Brock were also his great-grandchildren. Beckham, Myli McClary, Rylee Adams, Cali McClary, Bentley McClary, Easton McClary, and Cali’s younger brother, Easton McClary. His 11 great-grandchildren include names such as Patrick Brock, Ava McClary, Myles Adams, Brock Reisman, Nora Brock, and Evie McClary.
Because of Pat’s passing, the lives of everyone who had the privilege of calling him a friend will be altered for all time.