Kenneth Eugene Clowers

May 29, 1931July 21, 2018

Kenneth Eugene (Ken) Clowers, age 87 of Knoxville, passed away Saturday, July 21, 2018. Born May 29, 1931 in Knoxville, TN to the late Connie Jacob Clowers (CJ) and Lula Ida Bell Clowers (Ida). He is also preceded in death by six siblings, Katherine Louise Sherwood, Lawrence Hudson Clowers, Cecil Edwin Clowers, Connie Jacob Clowers, Jr., Frances Lucille Clowers and Jack Edsel Clowers. He was a faithful member of Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Oliver Springs, TN. He was retired from the Knoxville News Sentinel after 25 years of service and a local Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker. Mr. Clowers is survived by special friend, Becky Sexton and family; Children, Glen Clowers, Glenda Rock, Susan Blaine and Steve Clowers, and 5 grandchildren. A time of visitation will be held Friday, August 3, 2018 from 2 to 2:45 PM at Berry Lynnhurst Funeral Home, 2300 Adair Dr. followed by graveside services at 3:00 PM at Lynnhurst Cemetery, 2300 Adair Dr. Knoxville, Pastor Garvin Walls will be officiating. Condolences may be offered at


  • Visitation Friday, August 3, 2018
  • Graveside Service Friday, August 3, 2018

Kenneth Eugene Clowers

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Steve Clowers

August 4, 2018

If I could speak to my father one more time, I’d thank him. I’d thank him for teaching me by example from a very young age how not to treat a woman who you are married to.
I’d thank him for teaching me by example how not to raise children under fear and intimidation. I’d thank him for showing me by example how to put on a show and a front to everyone in the world who doesn’t live under your roof, to make it look like all is perfect and you do no wrong. And I’d thank him for teaching me that a beautiful,strong, wonderful mother can and will make up for all of his short comings. Rest is peace father. I’m quite sure you need it...

Jamie Ramsey Greene

August 3, 2018

Mr. Ken was so very sweet to me at Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace. He made popcorn when he was here in the afternoons and he always shared with us girls at the front desk. He also had a bowl of chocolates on his desk that he had to replenish often because we took some everyday, but we know he didn't mind. He always remembered to text me on my birthday and to tell me Merry Christmas. I think of him often and he will be missed.