Clyde Tacy |

Clyde Tacy

Longtime Craig resident Clyde Tacy died Sept. 25, 2002, at The Memorial Hospital in Craig. He was 77.

Tacy was born Feb. 2, 1925, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Clyde and Effie Bell (Caroll) Tacy.

He and his wife, Dorothy, moved to Craig from Council Bluffs in 1973.

Tacy was a self-taught artist who loved to paint on location in the Rocky Mountains. His favorite place was up in the Tetons around Jacksonhole, Wyo.

After retiring from the city of Craig Water Department, Tacy operated “The Hilltop Studio” from his home. There, he taught oil painting classes to adults and children. He also taught classes in Steamboat Springs, Oak Creek, Yampa and other towns on the Western Slope.

Tacy is survived by his wife of 58 years, Dorothy, and his son, Michael.

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