Clayton Brough is a geographer and genealogist and retired broadcast climatologist and educator. His experience and expertise includes geography and history, earth and physical sciences, journalism and broadcasting, and genealogy and theology. Video clips of some of his television weather forecasts (1978-2008) can be viewed online.
Clayton has conducted family history research since 1975 and is the Chief Genealogist for the Brough Family Organization--one of the world's largest ancestral family organizations. He is also the author or co-author of a number of family history books.
Clayton and his wife, Ethel, are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and he presently serves as Secretary of the LDS Ancestral Families Association. In regards to recent global concerns and events please consider the following remarks by President Russell M. Nelson about Respect for Human Dignity and The Healing Power of Gratitude, along with the statement in which Church Leaders Condemn Violence and Lawless Behavior During Times of Unrest.