Michael Klondike Clemmons (1961 - 2013)

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    - Sherry Wiseman
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    - leah / mom madonna
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    - Kim Clemmoms-Hufman
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    - Gretchen Snider-Bassett
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    - Jay DeTemple
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Lifelong Alaskan Michael Klondike Clemmons died Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013, at the age of 51, at his home in Sterling.

A date for a Celebration of Life will be announced.

Michael was born to Keith Clemmons and Leah (Clemmons) Madonna of Fairbanks on October 6, 1961. He spent his early years playing baseball, shooting archery, motocross, hunting and fishing.

Later in life, he became a Certified Video Technician, traveling the state, installing Security Systems. Eventually settling in Sterling, he spent his time with the love of his life, Christina, family, and friends. He loved the New York Giants.

Michael was loved by family and friends, and will be truly missed. You may be gone Klondike, but you'll never be forgotten! "Mackrel, is forever love, Baby girl, is forever love," are the last words Mike and Chris spoke together.

Michael was preceded in death, by his father, Keith Clemmons, uncle Tom Fogarty, and mother-in-law Cathy Krishner.

He is survived by his wife Christina Clemmons of Sterling; daughter, Sabrina Thompson; son, Shane Brown; two granddaughters, Hannah and Haylee; three grandsons, Dominic, Tanner, and Levi. He is further survived by his mother, Leah (Clemmons) Madonna, and Jim Madonna; aunt, Karen Fogarty; sisters, Kim Hufman, Niki Etcheverry, Riska Cruse, and Anita McClellan; and numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives.

The family has set up a memorial donation account, in lieu of flowers. Donations may be directed to Michael Clemmons, Alaska USA FCU account No. 1743611.

Visit Michael's obituary and online guest account at http://www.alaskanfuneral.com/.
Published in The Peninsula Clarion on Mar. 5, 2013