Albert Bernisne Clements Sr.

Houston, Texas


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ALBERT BERNISNE CLEMENTS, SR. died peacefully on Tuesday, September 9, 2003. He was preceded in death by his parents, Bernie and Elizabeth Trostman Clements, his brother, Bill, one of his daughters, Theresa and her son, Christopher.      He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Vivien Tharp and...

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Dear Vicki and Family,
We were saddened to hear of your great loss. Al was a great friend and leader to so many and to us personally. His dedication (as well as your whole family) to the cause of saving the unborn children from abortion is not only a source of encouragement to our family – but, to the Lord. I am certain that when Al entered Heaven's gates - he heard the Lord say to him – “Well done, good and faithful servant!” May our Lord comfort and encourage you through this time....

Mrs. Clements and family,
I was saddened to hear of your great loss. I have lots of sweet memories of Mr. Clements from our living next door to you and from being one of your babysitters (before Diane was old enough to take over!). His kindness and lovely sense of humor endeared him to our family.



I'll always remember the pure joy you showed in all you did. I never knew you very well, but you always had a kind word and such a faithfulness to the cause of our state and country.

My Prayers Go Out To Your Family,
Michael Wolfe

To the Clements Family,
My deepest sympathies to you on the loss of a loving father and husband. I didn't know Mr. Clements, but I do know Mark and have heard wonderful stories about his father from him. I don't know what else to say except that my thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of trial.
God bless.

Vicki, Angela & family,

We are very sorry to hear of your loss. Al was always a wonderful spectator at Angela's Incarnate Word Academy high school basketball games. He always had a smile on his face. I am sure it is even bigger in heaven. We will keep you in our prayers.

To the Clements Family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you and we will continue to pray for the repose of his precious soul.
With Sincere Sympathy,
George and Monique Close and Family

Dear Vickie and family,

Our hearts go out to all of you in the loss of your dear Al. We treasure the 15 years of being your next-door neighbors and watching the kids playing outside our kitchen window. When you moved in, we had our 4 kids, and you had only Diane and Al, Jr. It didn't take long for you to catch up and pass us by. We will always remember those years with great warmth and affection. May all of you find comfort in each other, your faith and your many, many...

Growing up in the house next door to the Clements, I have many happy memories of Al and Vickie (Mr and Mrs Clements to me!) and their children. I am very sorry to hear about Al, and hope that the Clements are comforted at this sad time by the many memories of him that are shared by their friends and family.

Dear Vickie and family,

Lyndsay and I remember you all in prayer. Al, was a mentor of mine in my first years on the State Republican Executive Committee and an ally in many battles for the cause of righteousness on many fronts. He was a true friend and pioneer in the home school movment in Texas and a valued and trusted board member of the Texas Home School Coalition. He will be sorely missed. May our Lord give you comfort in your loss and strength for the days ahead.