His Life


  Alfred Clifford Maynard-Butler, Born July 14, 1964. He was the long-time resident of Bremerton, Washington, A place that was surely his home with many that loved and adored him, Clifford passed away peacefully in his sleep on November 17, 2011 He was 47-years-old. A true beloved brother to many, uncle, friend. Clifford was originally born in Flagstaff, Arizona to Betty Jean Deloris Butler-Bouie and Teddy Maynard Sr. Both has preceded him in death. Alfred Clifford Maynard-Butler was the youngest of seven children for whom were all separated at an early age. Within the passed two years he was reunited with the help of Facebook with his eldest brother Eugene Martin Bouie and his brother Bobby Wayne Lewis. That was an glorious day for them all, unfortunately Clifford had yet to be reunited with his other brothers and sisters. Clifford had his bad days like many but he always manage to to make the best out of any situation. He brought so much joy to so many, so full of love and a smile that will last forever more. Clifford was a Blessing, his life paralleled with many that had nothing but good things to remember him by. He will truly be missed by many. His life here was complete. He leaves to mourn, his biological family, Eugene Martin Bouie, (Brother), Charlene Diane Butler (Sister), Dorothy Marie Butler (Sister), Bobby Wayne Lewis (Brother), Ronald Butler & Donald Butler (Twin Brothers) and a host of Aunties, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces and Nephews. Also his extended family of Bremerton Washington, who loved him so.

My Life! t was fun while it lasted

On July 14, 1964 My Mother Mrs. Betty Jean Deloris Butler Gave me Life, from the first breath I took, my mom knew that I was Special. She once told me that when the Dr. hit me on the bottom, all I did was open my eyes and started smiling at him. From this point on in life, I have always tried to find the best in everyone and everything. There were times in my life that things seem to hard to bear but being that I knew that I was touched by God! I found these things that was most hardest to not be so hard after all, At the age of 22 I moved to Washington State, This was a positive move for me as it turned out, There I became friends with Some of the Most Wonderful People on earth. These People became my extended Family, We have shared a many of good times and bad times together. I Love you all and when ever I could have a kind word or a smile or a hug o make you feel better I did. God Placed me in your presence to Minister to you the Love that was within me.

Now that my race has been run and the battle is won, I can rest in the Loving Arms of My Savior Jesus Christ, Do not cry for me but celebrate my life with song and dance, My Life has not been in vain as I have done the work that Jesus Christ assigned me to do. Please remember that God will not put more on you then you can bear.

I Leave to celebrate my home going : My Oldest Brother Minister Eugene M. Bouie & First Lady Chereylle Y. Bouie of St. Louis, Mo. Sister Charlean Diane Butler of Everette, WA., Brother Bobby Wayne Lewis & Vicki Lewis of Las Vegas, NV. Sister Dorothy Marie Butler of Flagstaff, AZ. Twin Brothers Donald Butler of Phx, AZ. Ronald Butler of Flagstaff, AZ, Also the many Brothers and Sisters I never had a chance to meet. A host of Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, and Family members.

To God be  The Glory! I will see you all on the Other Side, Until then I will Always be with you in mind and in Spirit I Love You All Cliff.