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Robert Clements

Robert Aberam Clements

Saturday, December 14th, 1946 - Saturday, March 2nd, 2019
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MACON, GEORGIA- Robert A. “Bobby” Clements, 72, passed away on Saturday, March 2, 2019 in Macon, Georgia. The family will hold services to celebrate his life at a later date. He is survived by his spouse, Janice (B.B.) and daughter, Tina Fortner of Macon; brothers, Kenny Kelly of Donaldsonville, Randy Kelly of Moultrie and loving nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his son, Tommy Clements, mother, Ollie Lee (Watson) Clements, father, John Allan Kelly and brother, Ronnie Kelly.
Bobby was an army veteran and worked and retired from VFW Post 658 of Macon, Georgia. He also performed stunts in movies and was a known local stuntman. He operated a Halloween Trail of Terror and did multiple fundraisers for charities in his community.
Any donations can be made to CURE, Childrens United Research Effort, at Egleston Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia “in memory of Tommy Clements”.
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Leah Lee

Posted at 10:27am
BB and Tina,
We are very sorry to hear of Uncle Bobby’s passing. Chris, myself and Griffin are heart broken. Bobby was truly the life of the party and could always light a room and make you laugh like no other. He was legendary!! Although we wish he was still here with us we take comfort in knowing that he is now with Tommy and my daddy again. Please know that you both are in our hearts and prayers during this difficult time and we will be here for y’all if you need anything. Much love...The Lees
CF

Cyndi Ferrell

Posted at 10:24am
Dear BB and Tina,
Danny and I are so very sorry about Bobby. There never seems to Be the right words for times like these. We wish we would have made more time to stay in touch.
Please know that all the family is in our hearts and prayers.
There will never Be anyone quite like Bobby. He was a one of a kind guy in all good and special ways. His heart was huge. We both are so happy he touched our lives. Bobby Clements was truly a legend in his time. Hugs for all and as Bobby would do...take good care of each other.
Danny Outlaw and Cyndi Ferrell
TL

Tyler Land

Posted at 10:39pm
Uncle Bobby was such a wonderful man. I will forever cherish the memories of times spent with him when I was growing up . He loved to take me out fishing and ride go-carts and bicycles. Love Always, Tyler
PB

ponda ball

Posted at 04:24pm
Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss.
Ponda Ball Dry Branch, GA
JJ

Judy Johnson

Posted at 09:01pm
BB and Tina I am so sorry for your loss. Bobby was "one of a kind"...so fun to be around. Bill and I loved him, and I appreciate what all of you did for Bill while he was Commander of Post 658. Rest in peace Bobby...now you, Bill and Mr. Dan can reminisce about the "good ole days"
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