Dr. Clyde CHESNEY Sr.

NASHVILLE, Tennessee

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I was saddened to read of Dr. Chesney's death. I was his staff support person when he first started to work with NC Cooperative Extension Service at NC State. I remember him as a kind, supportive and professional "boss" who greeted all with a smile. My sympathy and prayers go out to his famly.

A class act through out life. I know Clyde lives forever through all of us who knew him in our life.
I sincerely believe the world is a better place because Clyde was here.

Frank McPherson Greensboro, North Carolina

My sincere condolences to the Chesney family. Often, I have heard Darlene speak favorably of Clyde and Anita throughout the years of our friendship.

Our deepest sympathy during your period of grief.We have very fond memories of Dr. Chesney as a neighbor in the Roberts Park neighborhood.
Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Dempsey
Raleigh, NC

It was with great sadness that I learned of Clyde's death.I knew Clyde from his brother (Charles) a classmate.Please accept my heartfelt sympathy.

Clyde was a very mature person at a young age. Clyde and I were the first African Americans admitted to the School of Design Landscape Architecture Program. We spent many hours studying and working on projects. When he joined the football team he transferred out of the program, but he insisted that I stay in the program. After I graduated from the program and went to work for a design firm in Michigan, I got to meet Clyde and Anita again at Michgan State. He was still a mature gentle...

My Brother, my friend, my classmate from the 4th grade at North Street Elementery(T.C, Berrien Elementery) , Washington Drive Jr, High and E. E. Smith High School, I will miss you....Mathew

We thank God for the blessing that God shared with us in the life of Deacon Chesney,he will be missed,our prayers are with the family.
Minister, J.R. & Kimberly Jackson & Family.

Our friendship grew stronger as we aged. It expanded to include spouses. You honored my territory when passing through, and I, in turn, would honor yours. I will truly miss you, my friend. But, I shall hold tightly ever bit of advice you ever gave to me. Peace be unto your family.


Clyde's Obituaries

CHESNEY, SR., Dr. Clyde E. (Deacon of Temple Church), Nashville, departed this life on Wednesday, April 18, 2012. He is survived by his loving wife of 41 years, Anita Miller Chesney; sons, Clyde Jr., Charles (Tarah Munoz); daughter, Camille Pitts (Tremayne); grandchildren, Quinton, Jajuane,...

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