Flowers may be sent to Laurel Land Funeral Home on Thursday, November 19, 2020.

Mr. Clinton Calhoun Jr.

July 21, 1928November 9, 2020
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On Monday, November 9, 2020, Clinton Calhoun Jr. departed his life to an eternal rest. Clinton was born on July 21, 1928, in Bunkie, Louisiana to the parents of Clinton and Lucile Calhoun. After graduating from Peabody High School in Alexandria, LA, Clinton moved north with family in search of a better opportunity. He eventually settled in Lorain, Ohio. There, he found work at National Tube Co. (U.S. Steel plant). While working, he was drafted into the Korean War in 1950. He served two years in the Army and was Honorably Discharged. Upon his return to civilian life, he continued his career working for U.S. Steel where he retired after 38 years.

During his golden years, Clinton enjoyed a quiet yet productive retirement lifestyle. He dedicated much of his time serving his community as a Jehovah’s Witness, teaching the word to others and hosting Bible study sessions at his home. He was a big family man, frequently traveling to attend family functions, such as graduations, reunions, and weddings during joyous times, and funerals during times of sorrow. He was a warm, kind spirited, humble gentleman who was always there for his family and friends. He was well known and respected throughout the Lorain, OH community, and usually sought to provide advice, a kind word, and helping hand.

In his past time, Clinton enjoyed gardening, cooking, watching the news, sports & game shows, and attending sporting events. He was an avid fan of the Cleveland Browns, Indians, and Cavaliers. He enjoyed spending early morning hours sipping on coffee while reading the newspaper. He especially loved spending time with his children, grandchildren, Kingdom Hall family, and other relatives.

He's survived by his brother, Moses Calhoun, his seven children: Kathleen Calhoun-Smith, Charles Calhoun, Anthony Calhoun, Clinton Calhoun III, Zachary S. Calhoun, Jennifer Sutton, and Pamela Sutton; Tangie Calhoun-Jackson; as well as many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Clinton was a hero that will be forever missed.

Clinton is preceded in death by his father Clinton Calhoun Sr, mother Lucile Calhoun, brother Jonas Calhoun, sisters Willa Horace, Sadie Moss, Effie Taylor, and Kathryn Chapel; John (Bud) Calhoun; and three former wives, Sarah, Leola, and Miriam.

Family and friends may visit Clinton Calhoun Jr. on Friday, November 20, 2020 from 4:00 - 8:00 PM. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 2:00 PM. Laurel Land Funeral Home. A repast will proceed the memorial service at the funeral home. Arrangements are provided by Laurel Land Funeral Home, 6300 South R L Thornton Fwy, Dallas, TX 75232, (214) 371-1336.

A military funeral honors ceremony will be held on Friday, November 27, 2020 at 11:30 AM; National Cemetery, 2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy, Dallas, TX, 75211.



27 November


11:30 am - 12:00 pm

Dallas Fort Worth National Cemetery

2000 Mountain Creek Parkway
Dallas, Texas 75211


  • Visitation

    Friday, November 20, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, November 21, 2020


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James McFarland

November 26, 2020

Will certainly miss brother Calhoun. He was a good friend and a good brother. Will miss our perch dinners at Chris’s Cafe on the lake in Lorain, Oh. Thankfully he is in his Father Jehovah’s loving memory.

Anthony Calhoun

November 25, 2020

To All, My father was beyond special to me and will never be forgotten. I'm sure he's smiling and overwhelmed with the many condolences, well wishes and large number of family and friends able to attend the services in Dallas, Texas after living the majority of his adult life in Lorain, Ohio. I, as the son, thank all of you from the bottom of my heart.

Thank you,
Anthony Calhoun

Pamela Walton-Weston

November 23, 2020

On behalf of the Walton family, I want to express my sincerest condolences to the Calhoun family. Mr. Calhoun was a very good friend to my late father Harold Walton for many years. I remember Mr. Calhoun being a very loving and caring father to his three sons and a very good family man and an excellent role model to young men everywhere. May God bless the family with comfort during this difficult time and surround you all with love and support. Love, Pam Walton-Weston

Valerie Claybrooks-Armstrong

November 21, 2020

To the Calhoun Family,
Praying for your family doing this difficult time, so sorry for your loss, from your extended family by way of Inkster MI and Detroit
Delorise, Val, Ken, Charlotte, Shonda & Genie

Barbara Seymore Turner

November 21, 2020

RIH Uncle Clinton. You've done your work , not take your rest next to our Father. Family he will always be with you. Love you family.

Betty Odom

November 21, 2020

Please accept our condolences for the loss of your dear father and beloved family member. We have known "Bug" for many, many years. He was a best friend of my mother-in-law, Mary Odom. She passed away in '85. But we knew him before we all became Witnesses and he was a good friend. I always lovingly called him Jitterbug, "Bug" for short. I missed him when he moved to TX and I will miss him even more knowing he's waiting to be remembered by Jehovah God. Sam and Betty Odom.

Beulah Dublin

November 20, 2020

Friendship Vow

Friend ship is the comfort of knowing there is
always a "Shoulder " to lean on, a"Hand" to reach
out for, and a "Heart" to Welcome me Home".
your For ever friend,

Rossela & Regina Seymore

November 19, 2020

To all of our wonderful family members of our Uncle, Clinton Calhoun Jr. we send our condolences and prayers to all of you, especially Clinton Jr., Anthony, Zachary, and Tanji. Your father was a great man, and a loving soul, and we will truly miss him here in Detroit, MI. Love, your cousins, Rossela Seymore, Regina Seymore, Delilah Seymore, Larry Seymore Jr. , And your Aunt, Helen Seymore, we love all of you and all our family and will see you all real soon. Praying with and for you all.

Charlotte (Claybrooks) McConnell

November 19, 2020

Sending my deepest sympathy to the Calhoun family. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Charlotte (Claybrooks) McConnell

Candice Calhoun-butts

November 19, 2020

Some knew him as father, friend, confidante, husband, and so on, but I knew him as Granddad. I remember being a little girl and granddad scrubbing me down in the bathtub. He made sure we were always clean and well taken care of. While that may seem trivial, it still lasts in my memory as of today. He was the best cook, an excellent gardener, always made time for friends and family, he was an honest person, and a blessing to those that knew him. Even a few days before his last breathe, he was making jokes and keeping it real. I love you granddad and will miss you! Love you forever!


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