Warren Ross Clemens

January 4, 1929April 14, 2014

Warren Ross Clemens, age 85, died on April 14, 2014. Mr. Clemens was a longtime resident of Naples, FL, formerly of Fairfield, CT. Born in Louisville, KY, he was a graduate of St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX, where he received his BS Degree in Business Administration. He was a U.S. Army veteran, serving during The Korean Conflict. Mr. Clemens was a retired marketing executive with Mobil Oil, and lived in the U.S., Philippines, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Japan, and the U.K. He was a member of St. William Parish, in Naples, FL, and enjoyed serving in the choral choir, Respite, Arimathean Ministry and The Knights of Columbus.

Mr. Clemens was an avid tennis player and enjoyed many years of play at the Cambier Park Center in Naples.

He was predeceased by his wife, Dorothy. Mr. Clemens is survived by his son, David and his wife Heather, and grandchildren, Christopher and Mary, of Williamsburg, VA; and his sister, Mary Rose Handley, of Santa Barbara, CA.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at St. Bede RC Church, 3686 Ironbound Rd., Williamsburg, VA 23188, at 9am, on April 25, with interment at Williamsburg Memorial Park, 130 King William Dr., Williamsburg, VA.


  • Mass of Christian Burial Friday, April 25, 2014

Warren Ross Clemens

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April 24, 2014

Hi David my condolences. Warren and I played golf in the 90's
Met Dolly at his house. Met you a couple of times. Just said the Chaplet of Divine Mercy for Warren. I'll keep you in my prayers

Joseph J. Peters

April 24, 2014

Your Father and I started our carriers with Mobil in St. Louis. We were very good friends and worked in the same District Office until he assigned outside the US. We played a lot of golf together often sneaking in to your Grandfathers club before it opened on Saturday mornings. We had great fun working the Grand Openings of Mobil stations on weekends and the beer drinking party that followed. I last saw Warren in Philadelphia when he came for dinner in the early 70's.
Deeply regret I did not know he was in Naples also. We have been spending the winters in Naples for the past 20 years at the Vineyards until 2002,and Eagle Creek since. Warren was a great gentleman,with a lot of integrity and a very dear friend . I left Mobil in 1979 after 23 years to go in business for myself in Goshen, IN. Lost contact with most of my old Mobil friends.
You are blessed to have had Warren for a father and I share your loss.

April 23, 2014

A wonderful man. I only knew Warren from our time together at the James City Rec Center, however, he was the kind of guy that you could instantly befriend. He always had a smile and a kind word. He will be sorely missed. Ted Cors