Christopher Clement

May 02, 1969 - June 05, 2018 

Christopher Clement

May 02, 1969 - June 05, 2018 

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Debora Bailey posted a Condolence | June 27, 2018

I am truly sorry for your loss, please accept my sincere condolences. I hope the Clement family find comfort and strength in Jesus promise along with our heavenly father Jehovah of the earthly resurrection, where death will be eliminated forever. Truly, what a glorious and almost unbelievable day that will be! It's a reality though for God cannot lie!
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Chloe Phipps posted a Condolence | June 12, 2018

Everyday it still is unreal you are gone. I keep feeling like I am going to wake up, and you be here. It feels like the worst joke in the world. You stepped up, and stepped in and raised me as your own for 16 years. Words can never explain the void I will forever feel. I wish I could thank you a hundred times over and I'm so sorry I didn't say it more when you were here. I hate that chase will never get to know you buy I am happy he got to meet you and spend at least a year with you. I will forever make sure he knows who you are. Your memory will always love on. We love you so much Chris. Until we meet again, text in the sweetest paradise💙
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Allison Manuel posted a Condolence | June 12, 2018

I still can’t believe you are gone. Words can’t explain the pain we are feeling. The kids and myself are just happy to know you are no longer in pain and are now at peace. You will forever be missed and loved by us all. May you now find peace of mind and be free of pain and suffering. We will always keep your memory alive and especially to Chase. And Little Buddy will making his first pit visit this summer. Rest In Peace Chris until we meet again. Watch over our kids and grandson. We will always love and miss you! 💖❤️😘
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Teddy Buxbaum posted a Condolence | June 11, 2018

The words gone too soon but not forgotten are used often and I use them in this case because I won't forget Chris. He had the kind of smile on the inside that may not have matched his exterior but, I think that's what drew me to him as a friend. He was there for me during some tough times and I believe that is what makes a man's soul worth keeping. I believe he earned that at some point in his life and if it was not through me then I know of a few other friends of his who would testify to that. I am very sorry to his family the loss he left behind. I will miss his heart and I will forever miss his laugh! He was a great friend and neighbor.
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Teddy Buxbaum posted a Condolence | June 11, 2018

The words gone too soon but not forgotten are used often and I use them in this case because I won't forget Chris. He had the kind of smile on the inside that may not have matched his exterior but, I think that's what drew me to him as a friend. He was there for me during some tough times a d I believe that is what makes a man a soul worth keeping. I believe he earned that at some point in his life and if it was not through me then I know of a few other friends of his who would testify to that. I am very sorry to his family the loss he left behind. I will miss his heart and I will forever miss his laugh! He was a great friend and neighbor.
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