James W.
Clemons


February 13, 1927 - May 12, 2020

James W. Clemons, age 93, of Florence, passed away May 12, 2020. A graveside service will be held May 14, at 2:30 p.m. at Rhodesville United Methodist Church Cemetery, with Brother Wayne Wood officiating.

Mr. Clemons was preceded in death by his loving wife, Opal. Survivors include his children, Jimmy Clemons (Donna) and Patsy Dickerson (Barry); grandchildren, Melanie Caddell (Allen), Ginger Thompson (Jimmy), Sheena Burgreen (Chris) and Sloan Dickerson (Tara); great-grandchildren, Morgan, Marena, Coleman, Savana, Andon, Ali, Rebecca, Paxton, Max and Baby Davis; and brother, Bobby Clemons.

Grandchildren will serve as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will include Lloyd Green, Ronnie Dickerson, Frankie Willard, Gene Montgomery and Danny Montgomery.

Mr. Clemons was a member of Cornerstone Church of Christ. He loved coon hunting, cooking chicken stew, and sitting on the front porch telling stories. He was an avid fan of Crimson Tide football.

The family would like to express their appreciation to the staff of Kindred Home Health, especially Ashley Montgomery and Jean Marie Siegel, and to special caregivers, Michelle Williamson and Peggy Benson.



Graveside Service

May 14, 2020
2:30 am

Rhodesville Methodist Church Cemetery

Graveside Service

Rhodesville United Methodist Church Cemetery, Rhodesville, AL

May 14, 2020 2:30 am

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3 Comments on “James W. Clemons”

  1. Patsy, Barry and the entire Clemons/Dickerson Family—We want you to know that we have you in our thoughts and prayers in this time of sorrow. May God’s Richest Blessings be with you in the days to come. We hope and trust that your sorrows will quickly be replaced with the many great memories of Mr. Clemons and we know he is now in a better place. Our Family loves your Family–

    Jack & Janet Harrison
    Ryan & Brad Harrison

  2. I will be thinking of you each and praying for you each during this difficult time in the loss of a very special loved one . May God give you strength and comfort .
    Much love to you each .

  3. Sorry for your loss. Jim was a very good man. He will be greatly missed. May God bless y’all and help you through these difficult times.

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