Clarence Wilson III

8 juin 198012 octobre 2020

Clarence Wilson III, 40, of Jacksonville, Fl, passed away on October 12, 2020 in Jacksonville, Fl. at Ascension St. Vincent’s Riverside Hospital.

He furthered his education at Jacksonville University where he attained his bachelor’s degree in English, and later attended a graduate school to complete his studies toward earning his master’s degree in the same program. He developed an abundance of friendships with colleagues during his time working at countless establishments to include; Metro, the Loft, Rogue, Aromas Cigar, Wine, & Martini Bar, in addition to his most recent place of employment, Kickbacks Gastropub. Outside of his responsibilities related to his work, he spent the greater portion of his free time contributing to numerous charities, fundraisers, and organizations he was dedicated to. He found joy in lending his time to anyone that needed assistance, in any way. He was also an active member between two congregations; Celebration Church and The Sanctuary at Mt. Calvary.

He is survived by his mother, Francine Peyton (Algernon), sisters Francine Wilson, Julie Peyton, Stacie Peyton, his nephew, Tristan Peyton, and his two maternal aunts, Elaine Barrientos of Virginia and Selena Holman (Johnnie) of Tallahassee, FL. He also leaves behind his loyal companion, his dog, Alexander Wade Logan, and a host of friends that have become family to him. Prior to Clarence’s passing, he was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Clarence and Dorothy Bullock, and his two uncles - Clarence Bullock Jr. and Eugene Bullock.

A funeral service will be held in his honor on Sunday, October 18, 2020 at The Metro Entertainment Complex, 859 Willow Branch Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32205 from 6pm-8pm. If you'd like to make a donation to help with the charities he deeply cared about, please make a donation to:


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Alden Watson

octobre 20, 2020

I was shocked and saddened to hear of Clarence's passing. Our friendship went back to Terry Parker High School. He was one of my close friends as we came of age in the late 90s. He had a zest for life and the biggest smile around. He was always there to cheer you up and have a good time. He had big dreams and worked hard to achieve them. His education was very important to him. He was our Student Council President at Terry Parker High. He was full of energy and work ethic and always had a job or multiple jobs as long as I knew him. He had a passion for helping people and organizations in need. He loved God and his family, and I'm sure made them very proud. I think by the outpouring of love we've seen since his passing, you can tell the impact he had on other people's lives. I wonder how many hundreds of people would call him "friend." That's just how he was - a special person. This world will miss you Clare Bear - you made it a better place. Until we meet again...
Love you bud,

Marilyn Brazell

octobre 20, 2020

Clarence my dear friend, you will truly be missed. Your smile could light up any room. The love you showed and gave freely to all was amazing. Thank you for getting me back into church. Thank you for being in my life. I will always keep you in my heart and thoughts. God apparently needed you to maintain order among our other friends that were called home before you. Fly high my dear friend..

Matthew Gebert

octobre 19, 2020

Even being a stranger to this man few years back he would make my vodka cranberry extra lime & even with a bae full of people he took the time to blind me with his amazing smile and super sweet & loving flirtatious demeanor although I was in my party days I flirted with 95 percent of the people that crossed my path but Clarence stuck out aside from being the best bartender, he just had the most amazing memory remember my name catching me off guard several times I just remember being like wow he remembers me. And man no one can ever forget that smile. There’s so much I could say but going to keep it classy tho and I jus know your at peace , the out pouring of love he was & always will be jus nothing other than a amazing soul who I for one can speak for the entire community you will be missed dearly. UNTILL WE MEET AGAIN, fly HIGH ✨ MAY MY DEAREST FRIEND REST IN PARADISE IN the ALMIGHTY KINGDOM IN THEE HIGHEST IN JESUS CHRIST I PRAY AMEN 🙏

Kevin Tyrrell

octobre 18, 2020

You will surely be missed here on our mortal plane.
Heaven has gained an angel to watch down over us all.

Liana Bardin

octobre 18, 2020

I worked for Clarence at The Loft. He was a great boss and I always felt comfortable around him. His way of handling situations and decorum are ingrained in me. Clarence, without knowing it, had a profound and lasting impression on my life. I will never forget him.

Damian Dion

octobre 18, 2020

Clarence was not just a boss he was a friend that would go out of his way to make sure your ok before he was we would go shopping and out to get food and i still carry my book bag that he brought me for my birthday last year he will always be in my heart thank you for being an amazing human being
I will miss you my angel 👼🏽

Brad Preuss

octobre 18, 2020

I never got to spend as much time with Clarence as I would have liked, mainly because he was always working and zipping from one spot to the next. I’m thankful for the times we got to spend with each other, him trying his best to embarrass one of us at Hamburger Mary’s or him being flustered because I have absolutely no shame. Although I’ve been traveling for work the last few years I’m glad Clarence made time to sit down a few times so we could talk. His love for everyone was not only worn on his sleeve, but burst from every pore in his body. While I’m not religious in the least, if there was ever any proof of angels on earth, Clarence was it.

Kera Wright

octobre 18, 2020

I had so many good times with Clarence, not just one stands out in my mind. He was always full of joy and energy even when things were not going well. Clarence had a way of making you feel like you were the most important person in his life. I love you Clarence, you were my brother from another mother. I will miss you dearly and I wish that I had made a trip to Jax before you left this world to go home to our Heavenly Father. RIP brother . . .


Jerry Rosenberg

octobre 17, 2020

Clarence was my friend for almost 20 years. He was the first person to jump in and help with any fundraisers or events in our community. He wanted to help everyone. Clarence will be greatly missed by his family, friends, and anyone he ever came in contact with. Clarence, fly high, and may you always, Rest In Peace. 🙏🏼🌈🙏🏼