John Umberger Obituary, Death – John Umberger has unexpectedly passed away. On February 21, John Umberger was born in Atlanta. John was a student at Christ School in Asheville, North Carolina, and is fondly remembered by students and alumni. He began his college career at the University of the South, where he was a member of the Sigma Nu Fraternity, Beta Omicron Chapter, before transferring to Georgia Institute of Technology and earning a B.S. in History, Technology, and Society. His hobbies reflected his boundless creativity, from Tik Tok videos to tiny mic interviews to folk art.
While entertaining guests at “Spa Umberger,” he designed and manufactured yoga mats. He was the American Center for Law and Justice’s Director of Diplomacy and Political Programs. While in Washington, DC, John worked as the executive director of the Embassy Guild and as the Director of Operations for Chairman Neil Chattergee at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. John was described by Chattergee as a “Always keep others in mind. Adding interest and enjoyment to one’s life.
He was the life and soul of the party.” He joked that John, like Eli Manning, “would throw 50 TDs and 20 INTs” but would be inducted into the Hall of Fame. John also worked as a Restore Mass Ave associate and as a Gyrokinesis and Gyrotonic instructor at Elements Fitness and Wellness Center LLC. John began his career by interning or working for members of the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate, as well as the Republican National Committee, the Republican Governors Association, and the Georgia Governor’s Office.
Linda L. Clary of Atlanta is John’s mother. Abigail Grace Umberger, Benjamin Randall Umberger (wife Madison), Nathan Beall Umberger, and Kenneth Beall Clary are his siblings. Carol (Clary) and Matt Holmes of Dallas, and their children Reagan Holmes and Walker Holmes; Jan (Clary) and Toby Gross of Atlanta, and their children Kayley Gross, Amanda Gross, and Ansley Gross; Jan (Clary) and Toby Gross of Atlanta, and their children Kayley Gross, Amanda Gross, and Ansley Gross Many dear friends and relatives who were instrumental in his life and who he blessed with his giving spirit survive John. His grandmother, Jean Linville Clary, died before him.