Clyde Easley

                    November 19, 1919  -  March 27, 2011

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Mr. Clyde Easley, a devoted husband, father, brother, uncle, grandfather and friend answered the call to be free from the pain and care of this earthly life on Sunday, March 27, 2011 at the North Mississippi Medical Center. A child born the union of his parents Ben and Mary McFadden Easley in Guntown, Mississippi.
He united in holy matrimony with his child hood sweetheart, Clara Mae Wiseman unto this union they were blessed with eight loving children.
A member of Red Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church where he once served faithfully as the Adult Sunday School Teacher, Church Trustee and he was the oldest male member of the church. He remained faithful and a loyal member until his health prevented his attendance. He was very active in church and the community.
A member of the Masonic Lodge #296, He served in the United State Army, World War II Veteran. He was honorable discharge on January 15, 1946.
A former employee of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal. He was a retired employee of the Tupelo Water and Light Department.

His memories will forever be cherished in the hearts of his loving and devoted wife of sixty-nine years; Clara Mae Wiseman Easley, seven children; Robert (Carolyn) Banks, Frances Crump, Regina (Elzie) Ruff, Lenda Ruff, Mary Ann Brown, Rita (Jerry) Fields, James Ronald (Carolyn) Easley, one sisster-in-law; Delma McFadden, twenty-five grandchildren, several great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, special friends; Larry Gray, Johnny Gray, Wanda Gray and many other loving relatives and friends.

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Born: November 19, 1919

Place of Birth: Guntown, MS

Death: March 27, 2011

Place of Death: Tupelo, MS

Billy Easley, Son

Sara C. Easley, Daughter

3 Brothers, 3 Sisters

Johnnie Ruth Easley, Daughter-In-Law

one grandchild, one great grandchild

This memorial provided by:
Grayson-Porter's Mortuary
Tupelo, MS