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Tommy Lee Clements

December 28, 1944September 4, 2020

Tommy Was born in Kilgore, Texas and attended Kilgore High School. Tommy passed away on September 4, 2020. He was Class President and graduated in 1963. Tommy served in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Korea. He later attended the University of Houston. Tommy was an avid Dallas Cowboys fan. He loved poetry and writing. He is preceded in death by his Father Floyd Leamon Clements, Mother’s Jewel Clements, & Myra Holland. Sibling’s Billy Wayne Clements, Richard Clements, Betty Rominger, Becky Barton. He is survived by brother’s Mike Clements of Kilgore, Larry Clements of Kilgore, and sister Jan Thurston of Kilgore. Sister in law’s Theresa Clements of Crosby, Tx, Brenda Clements of Houston, Tx, numerous nieces & nephews. The family will hold a private graveside service Thursday September 10th.


  • Graveside Services

    Thursday, September 10, 2020


Tommy Lee Clements

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Carolyn Mangum

September 9, 2020

Tommy will be missed at Arbor Grace of Kilgore. I will miss his smile and always having something sweet to say to me. Until we meet again friend.

Brenda Clements

September 9, 2020

This is one of my favorite memories of Tommy.
Brian caught a tiny tree frog when he was about 3 years old. Tommy was living with us at the time. We also had a German Sheperd dog named Moses. Brian was showing Moses his new pet that he had caught. Moses thought Brian was giving him a treat and promptly ate the frog! As Tommy did many times he wrote a poem about the situation. To my best recollection this is how the poem went:

Chico was my frog
Moses was my dog
Things were looking up
Then Moses ate him for sup

I will miss you calling me "baby girl"!

Love, Brenda

Theresa Clements

September 6, 2020

Sweet Tommy, my heart is very heavy at the loss of you leaving this world. I know we drifted apart after Billy passed away and I regret that, but I thought of you often and you were always in my prayers.
I know you have had a wonderful time with the ones that have gone ahead of you. I know Billy Wayne was overjoyed to see you.
I will miss your sweet smile, your jokes, and the Love you had for everyone.
I know we will meet again until then I will always Love and miss you.
Love forever, Theresa.


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