Clarence Hargrave
Clarence Hargrave

Obituary of Clarence Eugene Hargrave

Clarence Eugene Hargrave (Clint),77, of St.Pete,Fla. Passed away on Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at Northside Hospital. He was Born in Indianapolis, Indiana on May 23, 1944. The son of Late Herman Lee Hargrave and Charlotte Cavender Hargrave. Also Preceded in death by 4- brothers -Russell Hargrave, Herman Hargrave , Bob Hargrave, Richard Hargrave. 4- sisters Pauline Sanders ,Ginny Homes ,Candy Morehead, Caroline Frye. Those left to cherish his memories includes his Wife Linda K Hargrave of 55 wonderful years. One son Brian Hargrave of St.Pete, Fla , 2 daughters, Sheri Tener and husband Randy of St.Pete, Fla. Angela Davidson and husband Brian of Taylorsville, NC. Brother William *Bill *Hargrave of Indiana, Sister Barbara Merrifield of Indiana. 10 grandchildren, Brandon Davidson ,Kayla Davidson Ortiz , Alex Brown, Miranda Tener Coyle, Keith Hargrave, Shawn Hargrave, Kanesha Hargrave, Brittany Hargrave Rodriguez, Taylor Hargrave, Patrick Hargrave and 13 great- grandchildren. Along with numerous nieces, nephews. Clarence , was skilled in many construction trades and retired from Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa Florida. He was a legend in Bass Fishing,Bowling and a Softball Pitcher. He taught all of his children and grandchildren and son in law and brother in law Ken how to fish. He enjoyed the outdoors. He loved to play golf. He loved to play basketball and football , baseball with his family. He loved to play card games. He loved to watch the Bucs, Colts . He loved to watch racing .He loved to listen to his bluegrass music! His Family and his dogs was very important to him he loved them dearly. He loved his family more than anything on earth. His family was everything to him!. His a legend to us all. He will be deeply missed by all.
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