OBITUARY

Jeffrey Scott Clements

March 31, 1971October 29, 2018
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Jeffrey Scott Clements, 47, of Evington, passed away Monday, October 29, 2018 at Lynchburg General Hospital.

Born in Lynchburg, March 31, 1971 he was the son of John D. “Sonny” Clements, III of Madison Heights and the late Mildred Hartless Clements. One brother, J. D. Clements, IV preceded him in death.

In addition to his father, he is survived by one brother, Sonny Noel and his wife Beth; a special nephew, Ryan Noel and his maternal grandmother, Ollie L. Morris.

Jeff was an avid bowler who had bowled since the age of 8 and in his career had bowled three perfect games. Because of his love of bowling, he had the perfect job where he worked at the Fort Hill Bowling Center for almost 30 years. He was also elected to the Lynchburg Bowling Association Hall of Fame.

A memorial service celebrating his life will be conducted at 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at Whitten Monelison Chapel with Celebrant Polly Starnes officiating.

The family requests in lieu of flowers to make memorial contributions to a charity of your choice.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, November 7, 2018
REMEMBERING

Jeffrey Scott Clements

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Robynne Fears (Garrard)

November 4, 2018

We used to all bowl together as kids growing up. He was such a super nice person. Certainly going to miss him.

Beth HARPER

November 4, 2018

Sonny i just wanted to say how sorry i am in the loss of your brother. I hope you and your family get through this. I know what its like to lose a sibling. I lost my sister Sonya in August. May you all find comfort in our Lord and Savior.

Randy and Roberta Cash

November 4, 2018

Walking into Ft .Hill Bowling Center will never be the same. Jeff was what made bowling such a fun time. Never a dull moment when he was around so life in general will have a big void. Our deepest sympathies to John and the rest of Jeff's family and our sympathy to his magnitude of friends. Fly high our friend and we will see you one day in Heaven. Love you!

Patricia Wooldridge

November 3, 2018

Although I have been out of the bowling circle for a number of years, we have managed to keep in touch. Anytime we met it was always a “Hello Ma” followed with a kiss. My memories with Jeff run deep, from that infectious laugh, seeing him around town, at the bowling center, our many bowling tournaments, Nascar at Martinsville, and our trip to Chicago to see our Cubs (I still have the Chicago Cubs bowling ball he gave me). I will have to say, our out of town trips were the best. We all let our hair down and let the fun begin. I know for some, going into the bowling center will never be the same (if still bowling, I would be one of those people). Sending prays to Jeff’s family and many friends. Jeff you brightened my life, for now so long, until we meet again. Love you

Yvonne Sligh

November 2, 2018

Jeff you were one of the bright spots in my day!! You always made me laugh and you never missed an opportunity to share a joke or a story just to brighten my day... your chair is so empty . It’s hard to believe that you won’t be there when I come around the corner. Rest In Peace my friend, you were loved.

Tony Reynolds

November 1, 2018

I don't know where to start. You were my first roommate, my friend, my travel buddy and you were like a brother to me. Several times life took us in different directions. But whether it was a few weeks or a few years the conversations would always start back up just as if they hadn't stopped. So would the ribbing and the hard times. The trips to the bowling tournaments, the Baltimore baseball trips and even the league nights when we would curse corner pins and everyone would give one another a hard time for missing spares. All of those of things that I will cherish forever and hopefully always remember. I remember so many fun memories. From being backed into the fountain by him in Baltimore to the trip to Chicago that involved a missing hotel room. I will forever smile, giggle and shake my head a bit when I think about him. Thanks Jeff, for the memories, the brotherhood and for being my friend.

Tony

Sherri Bryant

November 1, 2018

I have know Jeff since 1990 he was a great person who would always make me laugh, I enjoyed walking into the bowling alley to see him if I was in a bad mood he would turn it around. Jeff was so funny nice and there for anyone. my favorite memory is always calling jeff to get the dead wood out of the alley. I would say oh jeff. he would shake his head and go get thre deadwood out. (you really had to be there to understand the funny of it i will never forget.) Jeff will always be in my heart and it will be hard not seeing your smile. R.I.P my friend.

Gail Powers

November 1, 2018

Jeffery.......you will be missed. I'm gonna miss your smile and our laughs......

Lynda Purvis

October 31, 2018

It’s going to be so hard walking into Fort Hill Bowl knowing I won’t see him there. I’ve known him for more than 25 years. How I will miss his cheery greeting and his hugs. I always called him “sugar pie” and he would blush every time. He was a real sweetheart. My condolences to his family.

Tammy Robertson

October 30, 2018

Prayers of peace and comfort for Jeffs family and friends. Jeff wil surely be missed. Some of my best memories include him. Hanging out with our friends after school, seeing movies at the old Plaza theatre (watching Desperately Seeking Susan will never be the same) and hanging out at the mall and of course the bowling alley. Always a stand up guy and a great friend. Love you Friend