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1933 - 2013 Obituary Condolences
Mr. Chase W. Clements Obituary
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November 18, 2017

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November 6, 2013
Chase and I were at DHS the same time. I remember his pegged pants and white buck shoes, later got to know him when we both were returned army veterans and taking classes at UT in l958. Chase lived on Bancroft Street and I lived on Paisley Road,both in the Reynolds Corners area. I recall that Chase attended Glann elementary school on Reynolds Road. One of Chase's first jobs was teaching school at Mount Vernon School on Byrne Road. Later Chase taught at Libbey High School before entering the media. It seems our paths kept crossing through the years. A scholarly fellow, extremely well read, it is ironic the last time I saw Chase he was browsing through a Monroe Street bookstore. Our condolences to the Clements family.
November 6, 2013
Chase taught me more about local television journalism in one week than I learned in college in four years. Nicknamed "Bear" in the WSPD-TV newsroom no one was better on the beat than Chase. Politics was his passion but the story was the story and he knew how to communicate it best. Just a great talent who opened the door for me and others in broadcasting. His great attribute was teaching others and he did it so very well.

Mike Smythe
Cape Girardeau, MO
November 6, 2013
November 6, 2013
My condolences to Sue and all of Chase's family. I had the honor of being a neigbor to Sue and Chase when I was attending law school in the late 80s and always enjoyed Chase's great wisdom and wit. RIP.
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