Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Clifford Alexander, Sr.

Services for Clifford Ivory Alexander, Sr. will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, January 13, 2018, in First Baptist Church in Clarendon with Rev. Jeff Riles, Rev. Harry Williams, and Rev. John T. Bowser officiating.

Burial will be in Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon.

Clifford Ivory Alexander, Sr.

Arrangements are under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors of Clarendon.

Clifford Ivory Alexander, Sr. was born on October 29, 1929, in Clarendon to Walter and Lois Pettigrew Alexander. Clifford completed the highest education allotted to him, eighth grade. Clifford started a family, having four children with Joan Dotson. Leaving Texas for California, Clifford worked at the Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino. He also worked for the Santa Fe Railroad company. Texas called, and Clifford returned.

He met and married Stella Mae Houston blending a new family. Clifford was the owner of Alexander’s Used Cars, in Clarendon. Clifford was willing to help anyone that was in need. At the early age of 7, Clifford helped gather material to build True Church of God in Christ. He was a family hero and someone that all could look up to. His friends and family gave him the nickname “Easy Money” and those that knew him well will miss the songs he would whistle and his gentle humming.

He was preceded in death by his parents Walter and Lois Alexander, Sister Margaret Perkins; Stella Mae Alexander-wife; a brother Van “Sonny” Allen Alexander; a daughter, JoEva Alexander; and stepson, Ellis Steward.

He is survived by 7 sons; Clifford Alexander, Jr and wife Beverly of Clarendon, Ray Jean of San Bernardino, California; stepsons Billy and Stanley Wilson of Clarendon; Glendale Hearn of Clarendon; Hosea “Jake” Hearn of Memphis; Larry Wilson of Amarillo. 5 daughters; Nita Hill of San Realto, California; Francheska Alexander of Canyon; Kimberlen Alvarez of Amarillo; stepdaughters; Gloria Wilson of Amarillo; Betty Ann Mitchell. 3 sisters Jean Nobles and Carolyn Alexander of Allen, Texas; Ravis Ransom of Dallas; numerous grandchildren, and great grandchildren

Family request memorials be sent to True Church of God in Christ in Clarendon.

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