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B.W. "Wayne" Clifton (1932 - 2014)

  • "May you rest in peace. Bless your family at this time."
    - Chris Ann Nalborski
  • "Pat, I am so sorry to hear about BW, he was a very good man..."
    - Lance Jones
  • "My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family Dee! May..."
    - Donna Reed Trantham
  • "Aunt Pat, Sorry I could not make the funeral, but Terri..."
    - Keith Mitchell
  • "Oh, Boots, I know you're enjoying your reunion with your..."
    - Pat May(Fuller)

B.W. (Wayne) Clifton received his highest earthly reward on Saturday, March 15th, when he was called to heaven. He passed from this life to his eternal life peacefully with his wife and children beside him. Wayne's life was defined by faith, family and service. Wayne was born in Emory, Texas in 1932. He was one of twelve children with ten brothers and one sister. He attended Southeastern Oklahoma State where he played football and baseball. He joined the Army in 1953 and was honorably discharged in 1956. Wayne joined Philip Morris USA in 1956, where he worked in Sales Management for the next 37 years. Wayne married Patsy Ruth Clements of Princeton, Texas, in 1957. Wayne spent more than fifty years in meritorious service as a Shriner. He and Pat joined Park Cities Baptist Church in 1986, where Wayne, as a deacon, served in various volunteer positions. After retirement, he and Pat, also, delivered Meals on Wheels and volunteered at Brother Bill's Helping Hand. Wayne is survived by his wife, Pat, two children: Dee Ann Archibald and David Wayne Clifton; their spouses Sally Gay Clifton and Tim Archibald; four grandchildren, Amy Archibald Dunk, James Clifton Archibald, Grayson Clements Clifton and Mallory Ann Clifton. He is also survived by three of his brothers Raymond, D.W, and Fred. Visitation, Wednesday 6:00-8:00 PM at North Dallas Funeral Home 2710 Valley View Lane Dallas, Texas Funeral Service, Thursday 10:00 AM at Park Cities Baptist Church, Ellis Chapel 3933 Northwest Highway, Dallas, Texas


Published in Dallas Morning News on Mar. 18, 2014
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