Albert Clements

Saginaw, Michigan


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Clements, Albert, Saginaw, Michigan. Passed away Monday evening, September 27, 2004, at Tendercare in Frankenmuth following an extended illness. Age 83 years. The son of the late Bert and Dora (Ecarius) Clements, Albert was born March 3, 1921 in Saginaw and was a 1939 graduate of Arthur Hill High...

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Our expression of deepest sympathy to Al's family. We knew Al via Butch and Emmy. He was a great man and we fondly remember him in our thoughts and prayers.
Emmy and Butch brought him to our family home in Missoula to help pack-up the home after our dad died. I still have the boxes in which Al so careully packed and labeled them for me. What a wonderful family man he was.
I have a Mass card for the repose of Al's soul. Rather than lose it in the mail, I'll have the memorial...

Dear Albert and Family,

Lots and lots of great memories between our families. I think our names are still in the cement sidewalk at Oakley and Ames Streets. I am so sorry for your loss in this circle we call life.

My thoughts and prayers go out to you and all the family.

May God Bless his soul, and yours.

Mark and Diane (Spreeman)Nowak
and family

To my cousins and all of your families:
Words cannot express what I feel, but, I will try. When mom called and told me Uncle Al had "passed away"...must be something generational that she cannot say died...all I could think of was-He is at peace. I don't know how much peace there will be in heaven, now that he's there, but surely there won't be a dull moment. And that's a good thing! Unfortunately, we have now become the next generation and somehow I still can't fathom that...

Dolores, Carol, John, Barbara, David, Mark, Mary, Gary, Albert:
I am so sorry to hear about your Dad. Bill, Mark and I have fond memories of growing up with you on North Oakley St. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Karen (Riedlinger) Harrington
(305 ) 360-0735

So sorry to hear about Uncle Albert. I cherish and still have the WWII doll he had given me at Christmas. I especially cherish the wonderful talk we had on the day of my father's (Fred) funeral. Our prayers are with all of you.

Mary and family,

I grew up playing at your house and remember your dad well. I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathies,
Kaye Lynn (Spreeman) Shinneman

We are so sorry to hear about Uncle Albert's death. Albert is actually our Great Uncle, but my mother Janet Leckrone is his niece. Our prayers are with you all, that God will cover you with peace and grace.
The Leckrones in Texas

I am so sorry that I can't attend your father's funeral. Work prevents me from coming. I know that you will miss your father, but he is in a better place with his brothers and sisters.
Uncle Fred will keep him in line. On the night that he died we had a terrible thunder storm and we still joke about how he and
god had a fight about something on his way up there. I hope that you have many good memories of your father as I have of him. Take care.

My Michigan Cousins... I am so sorry to hear about your Dad. I have some pretty good (and funny) memories of your Dad while I was growing up. One memory that sticks out in particular was when he would "chew" in the car. He had a Spit can in the front seat with him and Aunt Doris. I went "home" with them - from Philly to Saginaw and I never quite got used to the noise and the smell of that can! Even though we are miles and miles away - please know that my thoughts and...