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Greenlawn Funeral Home

6750 Covington Rd., Fort Wayne, IN

OBITUARY

Todd Anthony Clement

May 27, 1985June 5, 2019
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Todd Anthony Clement, age 34, from Louisiana received his wings on June 5, 2019. Todd was born May 27, 1985 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana in 2012. Todd was an excellent provider for his family. He worked as a pipe fitter and had a passion for personal fitness. Todd was always the life of the party and guaranteed to make you laugh. He had a nickname for everyone and would shout it as loud as he could when he saw you. He loved his family and was a great father to his four sons. In his spare time, Todd coached his son’s flag football team and was a personal trainer. He was loved by many and will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife, Amy Kennedy Clement; sons, Xavier Mayhew, Jacobi Clement, Carter Kennedy, and Lincoln Clement; parents, John Lee Lewis Sr. and Anne (Clement) Menard; three sisters; a brother; his MawMaw. A funeral service will be held at 3:00pm on Friday, June 14, 2019 at the Greenlawn funeral home 6750 Covington Road Fort Wayne, Indiana 46804 with visitation two hours prior. Memorial contributions may be made to the family. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.greenlawnmpfh.com for the CLEMENT family.

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Brittany Kennedy

June 13, 2019

Todd,

You were always so much fun to be around and always made me laugh. I always ask Amy to tell me the story about you ordering fast food in Louisiana when you acted ridiculous and didn’t break character at all! I will always remember watching you coach Carter’s football and this little girl did the funniest move while looking at a butterfly and we looked at each other cracked up and every time we saw each other after that we always did that move and laughed! I loved our game nights that we used to have and that you were apart of them because then I wasn’t the only smoron there! Great laughs, times, and memories! You will be missed Smodd!

Brittany

Tiffany Menard

June 13, 2019

Todd,
As I sit here remembering all the memories we have they are all so special to me but there is one that always comes back to me.... The first time Todd came back to Louisiana to visit.... He had called me and told me he wasn't gonna be able to come I was kinda sad cause I hadn't seen him in years.... A few days later his mom called and said what are you doing this evening I was wondering if you could come by I have something for you.... So that evening I go over there and when I get there my dad was sitting outside and he was like what's up what are you doing and I was like I'm not sure Mrs.Anne asked me to come over... so he went inside and got her and she came out and said come in I have something for you.... so I went in and as I walked In their spare bedroom Todd was sitting on the dresser waiting for me to get there.... I was so excited to see him I cried.
Me and Todd were inseparable growing up.... Most of the time were ever I was he was or were ever he was I was.... There was never a dual moment when we were together.... I will hold you and all of our memories in my heart til the day we meet again my brother... I love you and will miss you terriabley till we are together again one day... Watch over us and keep us all safe til it's our time to be together again.
Love always,
Your sister

Jennifer Vallow

June 12, 2019

Todd,
I keep replaying the last conversation we had in my mind. God knows it could have been a better one, but then again that was our relationship. We didn’t always see eye to eye but nonetheless you were my brother, my family. I keep trying to narrow down just one memory but the truth is we had a lot of them. Some of the greatest days in my life you were a part of as I know I was yours from: family game nights, holidays, weddings, and the birth of our sons; we were there for each other when it mattered most.

Todd I promise you I will always take care of Amy and those boys. I know that was your biggest fear in life and I will do everything in my power to make sure they are taken care of.

I’m going to miss hearing Hey Gump and you complaining when I call Amy a 100 times in one day. Life will never be the same without you but I know we will see each other again so it’s not goodbye but see ya later!

Love you brother

Jennifer





Walter Cross

June 12, 2019

Todd,
Never met a stranger and never ran out of love for anyone he knew. BIG WALT AND DAD was what he called me. This boy means so much to me and my heart. Todd always hugged me and always told me he loved me. When Jacobi was born we were one of the first places he brought him. I held that boy and told him to call me pap pap and looked at Todd as he shined with the love of a parent. He told me from that day forward how much he knew I loved him because of how much he loved Jacobi. He only called me DAD when we talked on the phone and I asked him why he still called me dad. He said because you have loved me unquestioned the whole time I have known you, and only a Dad would do that no matter what. I know he is in heaven and I know we will see him one day. Because, God would never let a pure and loving soul like his go anywhere else.

Richard Beemer

June 12, 2019

When Todd was a little guy he lived next door to my mom and dad, he would play with my son and nephews, my nephews of course called me Uncle Richard. One day when I was in the yard with mom I heard this little voice say hey Uncle Richard!! It was Todd and so I was Uncle Richard from that day on. Just a couple of years ago (and not seeing Todd for several years) the company I work for had a job in Savannah, Georgia, and I was able to place him on that job I hadn't seen him in quite some time. When he came to hire in and he arrived I got a call in my office telling me my nephew was hiring in and to come see him, being in a hurry and forgetting Todd was coming in I was wondering who?? When I went to the front office I heard a big booming voice say hi Uncle Richard!! We hugged and spoke and caught up. Todd did an excellent job on that project and was promoted twice for his hard work and dedication to safety. One day I know I'll hear once again, hello Uncle Richard in heaven.

Rudy Jimenez

June 12, 2019

Todd you will be missed. Hanging out side with your kids and mine playing basketball. Brayden was always exciting to come over and see you when you were home. I could of packed a suitcase for him to go a few houses over. I saw you not to long ago we sat and talked for a little bit the day before you had to head back to work. Now it's a memory. May you rest in peace until we meet again.

Lisa Gregg

June 12, 2019

I remember praying for Todd at his request. He wanted God to heal him and help him be a better man for his family. He was so tender hearted as I prayed for him and you could tell he genuinely wanted God to touch his life.

Amy Kennedy-Clement

June 12, 2019

I’ll never forget the first time I met you. We were just babies 21 years old. Little did I know that one chance meeting in a small town would change my life forever. You gave me your heart, your name and our boys. I love you with all me. I thought I would be spending the rest of my life with you but instead you spent the rest of your life with me. I will cherish our memories for a lifetime and I know you are watching over me and our boys everyday. Until we meet again my love always
Love you,
Your wife

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