Clubb earned his Master of Theology degree from Barean Bible College and is involved in the ministry of Victory Baptist Temple in Piedmont. He is currently employed by Covetrus, a global animal-health company, and as a real estate agent with United Country. He and his wife, Rebekah, have two daughters.
Clubb serves on the Wayne County Farm Bureau board as legislative chair. He is also a member of the Missouri Cattlemen’s Association, president of the Piedmont Area Chamber of Commerce and is involved with the Wayne County Republican Committee and National Rifle Association.
Clubb’s appointment to the P&E committee was made at Missouri Farm Bureau’s annual meeting December 9 at the Lake of the Ozarks. He represents District 6 in the southeast area of the state. As a member of the 10-person committee, he will help develop, implement and evaluate projects and programs that promote agriculture.