Was not able to attend, but today taking time to express my sympathy and prayers to all the family. Mr. Clement, as I always referred to him, as my Ag teacher from 1957-61 will and has always been remembered throughout my life even tho we spoke only briefly during the years. As the Houston Rodeo kicked off this week, He came to mind, as he was very instrumental in getting us to Houston years ago to participate in ivestock exhibition and their care and had that determination that he instilled in us to get the job done. He was truly one of a kind and all will miss him. Bill Knapek-Houston, Tex
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Beverly & Carrie, my prayers are with you. Be strong. You can do it!
To the family of Mr. Clements,
I am a past student of GHS - class of 1957. During my years as a student I was fortunate to be in the presence of Mr. Clements on an almost daily basis. He was one of the most compassionate, caring and beautiful people that I have known. He was very interested in the GHS students and always had a kind word to share. Several years ago I returned to Granger to participate in the Class of 1957 reunion whereby we rode in the parade. While waiting to board our float (Gilbert Repa's boat) Mr. Clements approached me and addressed me by name and offered his condolences for the passing of my father. I was astonished to learn that he remembered me. He was interested and going-ons in my life, my children, etc. Again, he was the best. My condolences to all of you. I was honored to have had the opportunity to have him in my life.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult to time.
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time