Tupelo-Paul Douglas Clements, 56, died Wednesday, February 07, 2018 at the Sanctuary Hospice House after an extended illness. Paul was born June 15, 1961 in Amory, MS to Thomas W. Clements, Sr and Bobbye Thompson Clements. He worked for many years at Super Sagless as a Tool and Dye maker then went to work for Tupelo Hardware in small engine sales. He was a handyman, enjoyed deer and duck hunting, fishing, working in his yard and was a faithful Ole Miss fan.
A celebration of life service will be at 11 AM, Saturday, February 10, 2018 at Wesley United Methodist Church with Rev. Roger Puhr and Rev. Don McCain officiating and his brother Bill Clements will deliver the Eulogy. Private burial will follow in Tupelo Memorial Park. Visitation will be today (Friday) from 5 PM till 8 PM at Holland Funeral Directors Tupelo Chapel and from 10 AM till service time Saturday at Wesley United Methodist Church. Holland Funeral Directors is honored to be service the family at this time.
Survivors include his wife of 33 years, Nancy Stalnaker Clements of Tupelo; one daughter, Lindsey Turner (Dan) of Tupelo; one brother, Bill Clements (Jamie) of Cartersville, GA., one sister, Betsy Bailey (Jim) of Vicksburg, MS., one grandson, Drake Turner of Tupelo; one niece, four nephews and their families, and three great-nephews.
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The Joy of the Lord is your Strength, Good evening Nancy and family, this is Norma that worked with Paul at Super Sagless, I thank God that Paul's path of Life crossed mine.He was such an amazing man,so I say unto you, "Be Courageous, for God will never leave you, not forsake you. Love,😇
Submitted by Norma Gilliam on Feb 12 2018 03:54:24 PM
Jennifer Warren lit a candle for Paul Clements
Jennifer Warren lit a candle on Feb 10 2018 01:40:14 PM
There are not enough kind words to describe Paul. What a loss for Wesley church, the community, and his family and friends. My mother is Sue Stanfill from Wesley church.
Submitted by Jennifer Warren on Feb 10 2018 01:39:30 PM
My condolences to the family of a very sweet man. I knew him from Amory High School and was glad to see him at Tupelo Hardware after not seeing him for many years. He was always smiling. He will be missed.
Submitted by Belinda Brown on Feb 10 2018 09:31:11 AM
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