Clark Brean

Clark Peter Brean

Friday, July 16th, 1954 - Sunday, June 21st, 2020
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Clark Peter Brean
July 16, 1954 – June 21, 2020
Clark Peter Brean, age 65yrs, beloved husband of Suzanne Brean and father of Malcolm Brean (Mespelt) and Katherine Brean, passed away on Sun, June 21, 2020, after a battle w/cancer. He died at home in Lebanon, OR., surround by family and friends.
Mr. Brean taught at Lebanon High School for 30 years and touched the lives of 1000’s of students during his tenure. Mr. Brean is preceded in death by his parents and half-sister.
A Memorial Service is scheduled for 11:00 am, Saturday, July 18th at the Breans’ home -33821 Brewster Rd, Lebanon, OR, BBQ to follow. To leave an online condolence for the family go to
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    Saturday, July 18th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Saturday, July 18th, 2020 11:00am
    Brean Residence
    33821 Brewster Road
    LEBANON, OR 97355
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    A BBQ will follow the service.
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Brian Martinak

Posted at 11:11pm
I was one of the many students that Mr. Brean had at LUHS. Although chemistry and physics were not my favorite subjects Mr. Brean made great efforts to make it interesting. I remember him as always being a fair and consistent educator. I can still recall the physics labs and titrations in chemistry. There were students that tried his patience on occasion and he handled those instances with professionalism and integrity. We were fortunate to have Mr. Brean and other teachers at LUHS like him.
Brian Martinak, class of 1982

Jim Tyser

Posted at 02:51pm
My memories of Clark stem from working with him LUHS from the years 1988 - 1995. I was a newly hired teacher and Clark was very generous with his time / expertise. My memories of him are many and varied. He would always stay after school to help me trouble-shoot or design a new experiment. Interested in technology, he helped me purchase my first "real" computer. We attended the first courses on the internet at OSU together, trying to figure out how email, bulletin boards, and web browsers worked. He tried (unsuccessfully) to teach me how to lay MahJong, we traded vintage jazz recordings, and held after-school dart games in the science prep room. Clark was a ton of fun. Just when I thought I had him figured out, he would surprise me with some hobby or interest or knowledge, that I had no idea he knew anything about. I learned a lot from him and I'll miss him.

Robin P Stalcup

Posted at 01:57am
I had already decided on pursuing science as a career either in the military or civilian life before I met Clark as a junior at LUHS. But he made science fun. I enjoyed his sharp wit and his allowing music in class. He told my class about a scuba trip to the Philippines over one break. It made me think about how much I wanted to travel in my life and someplace like that had not even been on my radar. And near the end and after high school I discovered a love of gaming with him and some of my classmates.
I still remember the AP class making banana esters at the end of the year and then when the custodians cut the grass, the whole end of the hall reeked of both familiar odors. I was never that fond of bananas afterwards and sometimes I think of bananas when I smell cut grass. Safety laws now prevent much of what we did in AP chemistry and unfortunately many teachers of this era paid the same price of cancer. A life cut short is always tragic. Please accept our condolences.

Robin P Stalcup ('81) and Marcus Lindbloom

Linda Johnson

Posted at 05:13pm
Suzanne... you're in my thoughts and prayers. I'm so sorry. Linda and bebe Johnson
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Martin Dannen

Posted at 02:40pm
Suzanne, Katherine and Malcolm,
I was sorry to hear that Clark had passed. Clark and I spent a lot of years in the trenches at LHS. He was always the consummate professional. Students were lucky indeed to have learned from him because they were assured of being prepared for the next step in their educational journey. I will miss his droll sense of humor.

Martin Dannen

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