Klumb was getting ready for church around 6:30 a.m. Sunday when a storm with winds up to 80 miles per hour tore through the town, toppling his house over.
"Roof came down and house started falling apart," he said.
Scratched up and shaken, he climbed his way out of what was left of his home.
"Pulled myself out of all the rubble, slid down the roof, got in my car and drove over to church," Klumb recounted.
He and his family combed through the debris Sunday morning, looking for anything they could salvage.
His daughter, Kara Whisler, said she was caught off guard when she got an early-morning phone call from her dad.
"He told me that the house rolled over with him in it. At this point, we're just in shock I think," she said.
Klumb plans to stay with family until he gets back on his feet.
The high winds damaged several other homes in Clyde.