Clyde A. Pruitt

clyde pruitt

March 27, 1927 ~ October 25, 2016

Resided in: Marietta, GA

Clyde A. Pruit, Jr., a long time resident of East Cobb and Buckhead was born on March 27, 1927 to C.A. and Alma Doss Pruitt in Notasulga, Alabama. He served three years in the Army and was able to receive a Bachelor of Interior Design from Alabama Polytechnic Institute Auburn University in 1950. He worked for the Wright Company until 1960 when he opened his own firm, Clyde Pruitt Interiors. He is survived by one nephew, John Pat McDonald and his wife Helen of Pelham, Alabama and one niece, Kathryn Lunk of Palm Coast, Florida. he is also survived by his best friend of many years, David Quinn Gordon, whom he considered his adopted child. A memorial gathering will be held at a later date. Donations should be made in his memory to your favorite charity.

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  1. Jimmy Mobley says:

    The world has become much less interesting and much less fun with the passing of Clyde! I knew Clyde through my good friend, Henry Hamilton, and had the opportunity to be a guest at Clyde’s home on a couple of occasions – he was the most wonderful host – disco ball and all in the garage. I will miss Clyde.

  2. Jay Semprevio says:

    A week ago he was holding court from his bedroom, joking with us about his adventures traveling the world with Chuck and his many friends. It’s hard to accept that he’s gone from our lives but his memory will stay with all of his many good friends for a lifetime.
    Godspeed, my old friend…I know there is one heck of a party going on in the hereafter and you are right in the center of the action. I’ll miss your energy and wit and our terrifying rides down Paper Mill Road in Mary Todd Lincoln. Party on, my friend!


  3. STAN HARDIN says:

    Clyde was such a fine Southern Gentleman. I enjoyed talking with him about all his years in the business of decorating in Atlanta. I met him thru my work in Estate Liquidation . He will be missed. I will alway remember how as he grew older he kept going no matter his health. One of his great stories of his Army days was being assigned to decorate the rooms on base for General Dwight Eisenhower. Rest In Peace Clyde. Thank you for your service!

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