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GARY CLEMENTS

June 29, 1955 ~ September 29, 2018 (age 63)

Gary Clements, 63 of Daisytown pa was born to Winston and Edna Catherine Clements on June 29, 1955 at Brownsville hospital, Brownsville Pa…after being diagnosed with lung cancer…he left this world to be with the Lord on Saturday September 29, 2018…

A brother, loving father to Jason Gary Clements.  He was a jack of all trades…from home repairs to fixing just about anything when it came to cars and numerous other things.

 

Gary is preceded in death by his loving parents, Winston and Edna Clements.

He leaves to cherish his memory, his lifelong companion, Ruth Karasko.

His son Jason Gary Clements of Daisytown Pa, Belinda (Mike) Jones of Campbell Ohio, Darrell Clements of Denbo Pa, Winston (Julie) Clements of Daisytown Pa, Yvonne (David) Driver of Belle Vernon Pa, Derrick Lee Clements of Washington Pa, Bridgette K (Anthony Marcus) Law of Donora Pa, Duanyele Katherine Clements of Daisytown Pa, Vincent (Rapunzel Stephens) Clements of Winter Garden Florida.

 

NOW I’M GOING TO CUT THE CHASE...

 

THIS IS NOT AN AD FOR A PAWN SHOP, BUT AN OBITUARY FOR A GREAT Man, brother, dad, uncle.  He was world renowned for his lack of patience, not holding back his opinion and a knack for telling it like it is…he always told you the truth even if it wasn’t what you wanted to hear. He loved four letter words as much as he loved being a jack of all trades from household repairs…fixing cars and numerous other things and trust me he loved to eat…and if it wasn’t made right…he’d immediately let you know about it…

 

He had nicknames for all of his siblings…just to mention a few…Kat was referred to as “Reverend”, Yvonne was “Farah”, and Bridgette was “Coochie” and a few other names which  I won’t mention…Winston was “Big Dummy”…Not sure what he called Darrel and Ricky/Derrick…probably something profane…but I won’t go there.

 

He absolutely adored all of his nieces and nephews especially the babies and they are extremely fond of him…while in his presence he loved picking at them at all the times…but I think Erika experienced the extreme wrath of his picking…and she gave it right back to him. 

He loved when she would sneak red lipstick and put it on…I can’t mention what he would say when she would emerge from the bathroom all decked out in her makeup…she was very small…three years old to be exact…but knew exactly how to apply it, and that would amaze him at how perfect she did it…

 

Before and during his illness…Gary always requested to see little Iyarra “Izzie”…simply because she reminded him so much of his loving mother…

 

 

All whom loved him dearly and will never forget his tenacity, wit, charm and abrasiveness and undying love and caring for them…

 

 

 

 

 

 

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