Friday, November 15, 2013

Brian Arthur Clement


    Brian A. Clement died Oct. 30, 2013.
    He came into this world in Sun Valley, Idaho, on July 7, 1958, to his parents Joseph B. Clement and Nancy T. Clement. Brian had four brothers, Joey (Cheri), Wayne, Dale, David (Michelle), and two sisters, Kristine Pothier (Norman) and Mary Louise. Brian lived in his beautiful Wood River Valley all his life with Pam where they raised two sons, Adam and Jake. He is the proud grandfather to three grandchildren, Gabriel and Leland Clement and Soren Harris.   
    Brian worked most of his career in the Wood River Valley in the electrical field. He also had a love for mechanics that he passed on to his younger son and enjoyed his cars that always were in need of repairs. He still tries to keep his Suburban running. He was employed at Nelson’s Quick Lube and always enjoyed getting his hands dirty and having that feeling of accomplishment when he could fix something. He was always looking for things to fix as he sat around his apartment—Mr. Handyman.
    Brian was so very generous with his desire to help other people. He loved planning and cooking for his family and friends. Brian had such a huge heart and most people saw that in him. Brian is joining his father, Joe Clement, his mother, Nancy Clement, his brothers, Dale and Joey, his sister, Mary Louise, his nephew, Patrick, and his brother-in-law, Norman, and all the rest of his family and friends in that final “party place.”
    A “Celebration of Life” will be held at Mahoney’s in Bellevue on Nov. 20, 2013. at 3 p.m. Please join us in remembering a truly beautiful person.




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