CLEMENTS, Ms. Deborah - Age 59, passed away Sunday, September 9, 2012 at her residence. Family hour 12:00 Noon, Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at Refuge Temple Church of Flint, G-4400 W. Carpenter Rd., with funeral service commencing at 1:00 p.m., Pastor Seon Thompson officiating. Interment New Calvary Cemetery, G-4142 Flushing Rd. Friends and pallbearers will assemble at the church 12:00 Noon. Tuesday. Ms. Clements will lie in state in the Chapel of Lawrence E. Moon Funeral Home, 906 W. Flint Park Blvd., and may be viewed from 10-8 p.m. Monday.
Ms. Deborah Anne Clements was born December 16, 1952 in Flint, Michigan, the daughter of Charles R. Clements, Sr. and Marjorie Clements. She attended Flint Northwestern High School and graduated in 1971. Deborah was an employee of General Motors where she retired after 28 years and worked for Chip’s Shrimp & Fish-Bristol Road. She volunteered at Hurley Medical Center and was a student tutor for Manley Elementary School. Deborah loved to golf and traveled to visit friends and family. She was the owner of Dee’s Meaty Tacos where she was a vendor at the Flint and Grand Blanc Farmer’s Markets.
Ms. Deborah Clements leaves to cherish her memory: daughter, De’Lesha Clements; 2 granddaughters, Paris and Layla Clements, all of Knoxville, TN; mother, Marjorie Clements, 2 sisters, Louise (Paul) Verdun and Charlene Clements; brother, Reginald Clements, Sr., all of Flint; niece, Chintillie (Johnnie) Jennings of Flint, MI; 3 nephews, Reginald Clements, Jr. and Demoni Clements, all of Flint, MI, Paul (Tameka) Verdun, Jr., of Alpharetta, GA; 5 aunts, Phyllis Boyd of Henderson, NV, Martha Langston of Flint, MI, Margaret (Marshall) Robinson, and Janet Green, all of El Cajon, CA, and Mary Bell of Flint, MI; uncle, Alfred Sheppard of Flint, MI; and a host of other relatives and friends.
Ms. Clements was preceded in death by her father, Charles R. Clements, Sr.; and brother, Charles R. Clements, Jr. The family would like to express special thanks to Pastor Seon Thompson and Refuge Temple Church of Flint.