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Carl Clifford Clements Jr
  • December 02, 1954
  • -
  • April 11, 2020

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Carl Clifford Clements Jr passed away peacefully at Hope Hospice on April 11, 2020 in Cape Coral, Florida at the age of 65.

Carl was born on December 2, 1954 in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania to Carl Clifford Clements Sr. and Ida Battistoni. Carl moved to Florida in 2004 where he lived happy with his wife Judy.

Carl is survived by his wife Judy Dishmon Clements, of North Fort Myers Florida; his sons Joseph Clements, John Clements, and Luke Clements, of Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania; his step daughters Shay Dilorenzo Snyder, of Wilmington, Delaware and Melissa Martin, of Galena, Ohio; his brother Charles Clements, of Crossville, Tennessee; and sisters Pamela Valerio, of Norristown, Pennsylvania and Martha Waychoff, of Schwenksville, Pennsylvania. Carl is also survived by 6 grandchildren.

Carl will be deeply missed by his family and friends. Arrangements are entrusted to Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society of Fort Myers, Florida.


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  1. 04 May 2020
    Pamela Valerio lit a candle:
    Lit since May 4, 2020 at 5:52:07 PM

  2. 04 May 2020
    Pamela Valerio posted an image:
    Carl with his parents 2001
    Carl with his parents 2001

  3. 04 May 2020
    Pamela Valerio posted an image:
    Butch with his sons 2003
    Butch with his sons 2003

  4. 04 May 2020
    Pamela Valerio posted an image:
    Butch at Martha's Wedding 1988
    Butch at Martha's Wedding 1988

  5. 04 May 2020
    Pamela Valerio posted an image:
    Carl "Butch" Clements
    Carl "Butch" Clements

  6. 24 Apr 2020
    Shay says:
    Though I’m still in disbelief that your gone, I will always be incredibly grateful to have had the opportunity to be even a small part of your life the last six years. You always made me feel very welcome in your home and made it a point to ensure every visit was fun filled. I will miss your energy and upbeat demeanor. Whether it was maintaining your yard, shelling, cooking or caring for that crazy dog “Baby” who you absolutely adored, you always had a huge smile and just a genuinely happy person. It made my heart feel so good to witness the love that you and my Mom shared together. You are and will always be dearly missed.

    Love Shay & Greg

  7. 18 Apr 2020
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    Lit since April 18, 2020 at 4:38:53 AM

  8. 17 Apr 2020
    John Fitzgerald lit a candle:
    Lit since April 17, 2020 at 4:50:26 PM

  9. 16 Apr 2020
    John Fitzgerald says:
    Butch, my Brother, you were taken way too soon from us. I remember all the times you were there for me - rescue trips home when wanted to drop out of college, driving places before I had a car... You were a great roommate and I remember all those home cooked meals and 32 ounce margaritas that you used to make. I think of you every time I hear "Margaritaville' by Jimmy Buffet. I remember you making Sunday brunch for my Italian grandfather many years ago, and him unofficially adopting you. I will miss you terribly. Blessings to Judy, Pam, Billy, Chuck, Martha and your families.

    God Bless.

    John Fitzgerald

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