Alex Clemons, Fulton resident

Alex Clemons, 35, of Fulton died Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012 at Oswego Hospital.

He was born in Papua, New Guinea and he has been a resident of Fulton since 1988. He enjoyed being a father and spending time with his family. He enjoyed all sports especially football. He attended G. Ray Bodley High School where he was on the football and wrestling teams.

He is survived by five children, Jasmine, Coby, Ezra, Nathan, and Mylee, all of Fulton; his parents, Ernest and Arsenia Clemons of Fulton; and five siblings, Albert Clemons of New Guinea, Nicholas Clemons of Fulton, Leonard Clemons of New Guinea, Laurencia Clemons of Fulton, and Christina Clemons of Colorado.

Calling hours and funeral services were held Thursday at the Sugar Funeral Home. The Rev. Stephen Wirkes officiated. Burial was held privately.

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  1. My brother, my best friend, I am honored and most grateful to have been blessed with your presence in my life. You have always been my true number one supporter in all the different paths life has taken me on. No one will ever understand me as you have or even come close to the bond we shared. I love you so so much, a buschel and a bunch, as Grandma used to say :). I pray that you continue to make yourself known throughout my life, and that you never hesitate to contact me. As always, I will always be here for you, I will always do everything in my power for you, and your amazing children. I love you! Wa Alaikum Salaam Khalil!!

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