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Gary Clevenger

Died: Fri., Sep. 25, 2009

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Gary J. Clevenger, age 62, of 203 Bingham Street, died Friday (September 25, 2009) at his residence.

A funeral service will be held 2:00 PM Monday (September 28, 2009) at Bible Tabernacle. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.

A native of Glenville, WV he was the son of Isaac Clevenger and Bell Pritt Clevenger. He was a produce manager in the grocery industry and received an Associates Degree in Accounting from Sandhills Community College.

He is survived by his wife, Patricia Y Clevenger; daughters; Rosemary Watson and husband, Steaven of Robbins and Laura Clevenger of the home; sons, Timothy Clevenger and wife, Angela of Carthage, Daniel Clevenger & wife, Deanna of Carthage, and David Clevenger of Carthage; sister Susan Pittman of Orville, Ohio, Judy Pouliot of Orrville, OH, Sylvia Mellott of Asheboro; step-brother Bob Clevenger of Atlanta; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

The family will receive friends at the church on Sunday from 6:00-8:00 PM and at other times at the home..

Fry and Prickett Funeral Home is serving the family.

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JC & Beth OConnor
   Posted Sat September 26, 2009
We are very sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you. May God bless you and your family and give you the peace and strength you need during these times. JC & Beth

Bob Bark
   Posted Sat September 26, 2009

I didn't know Gary personally, but always knew of Judy and the Clevenger family through my years of love & friendship with the four churches of Midnight Cry. I know we all one-hundred percent believe Bro. Gary is now at home, with our dear Lord and eternal Savior. And instead of mourning the end of a journey, we tribute a life that was, and look ahead to that sweet hour of reunion.

Bill and Deborah Braun
   Posted Sat September 26, 2009
We wanted you all to know that we are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. We know that our Lord will be your strength and comfort today and in all the days, weeks and months ahead. We love you all and are thinking of you at this time. We care!
With Much Love,
Bill and Deborah Braun
Calvary Springs Community Church
Lex.,S.C.

Tommy & Sherry Whatley
   Posted Sat September 26, 2009
Dear Pat and Family,
What rejoicing in heaven! Another child of God whose faith has been made sight. I think often of members of my own family who are waiting for us, and I long for the day we can be reunited. Our love and prayers are with you always.
Love, Tommy and Sherry

Samantha Tinnin
   Posted Sat September 26, 2009
I am greatful to have had such a loving, caring and thoughtful uncle. He was full of life and all about family! I will miss him very much and I am here for all of you.

Linda Stillinger
   Posted Sat September 26, 2009
May God be with you all during this difficult time.
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Much love,
Linda Stillinger

Debbie McMillan
   Posted Sat September 26, 2009
Hi, Pat and family:

Just wanted you to know I have fond memories of the times we had a chance to spend together, either playing the Game of Life, cards in your home, or traveling to Youth Camp in Florida. My love, heart and prayers are with you and I know there's a great rejoicing in heaven that a another child of God has come home, there's joy in the CAMP!! AMEN