OBITUARY

Paul Clement

February 4, 1984March 17, 2018

Paul Andrew Clement of Stony Point, NY, passed away on March 17. Paul was born on February 4, 1984 to Stephen and Claire Clement. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his sister Katina, brother Matthew and wife Gail (Mulligan), nephew Andrew, and a large extended family who loved him. Paul is predeceased by his grandparents George and Ann Mulligan of Nanuet and Richard and Anne Clement of Rochester. Paul will be missed by the hundreds he inspired over the years. People (and animals) loved him for the fun, caring, and compassionate person he was.

Paul lived a loving, but challenging life, battling the illness of drug addiction for two decades. Most recently, Paul was looking forward to working with his father to develop Rockland Recovery Homes. With Paul’s assistance, this non-profit organization was established with the mission to support persons recovering from addiction by improving their access to safe, stable residences, along with providing them with peer and community support. As Paul and his family have experienced first-hand, for those suffering from this disease, support of this nature is greatly lacking and is desperately needed so that lives can be saved and so other families can avoid this heartbreak.

With the support of all who knew Paul, his family hopes to dedicate and name the first Rockland Recovery residence “Paul’s Home”. Donations can be sent to Rockland Recovery Homes, Inc., 4 Timmel Lane, Stony Point, NY 10980. In the future, you’ll find additional information at www.rocklandrecoveryhomes.org.

Family will receive friends on Friday, March 23 from 4pm to 8pm at Higgins Funeral Home in Stony Point, NY. A funeral mass will be held on Saturday, March 24 at 10am at St. Gregory Barbarigo Catholic Church in Garnerville, NY.

Services

  • Visiting Friday, March 23, 2018
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, March 24, 2018

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