Let the memory of Clinton be with us forever
  • 45 years old
  • Born on January 20, 1969 .
  • Passed away on June 20, 2014 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Clinton Townzen 45 years old , born on January 20, 1969 and passed away on June 20, 2014. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Rhonda Goodwin on 21st January 2018
Happy Birthday Clint. We love you and miss you.
Posted by Rhonda Goodwin on 20th January 2018
Clint you are missed so much each and every day. I know you are in a glorious place with Mom and Ricky and you are no longer in pain. You affected every person that you came in contact with. You are not only loved by your family but multitudes of people outside the family. I hate that the road for you was so painful and was amazed that you never questioned why you were having to go through what you were going through. You never lost your faith and I am so very proud of you. I love you and I will see you on the other side. I love you very much baby brother
Posted by Rhonda Goodwin on 27th May 2015
Clint, I know your watching over Marah as she is preparing to graduate this year. You were such a wonderful and loving father and your children were your life and it shows. They are such good kids and I know you are very proud of them. We miss you here so much but know you are in such a better place. You are in the best place you could possibly be. Love, Rhonda
Posted by Rhonda Goodwin on 27th August 2014
Clint was a very loving, compassionate, unselfish man. He was a great father and husband. His life was cut too short by ALS better known as Lou Gherig's Disease which is fatal and there is no cure for. He fought his battle bravely and never questioned why this disease struck him. He was the youngest of 10 children and he was a good kid growing up. He has two precious children who adore him and he adores them. He also left behind his best friend and precious wife and daughter Alli who he also adored. Clint was the kind of person who had lifetime friends of everyone he met. He had a gorgeous smile and everytime you saw him he had that beautiful smile on his face. Now you are home in Heaven with Mom and Ricky and you have a perfect body that has no more ALS and no more pain. We love you and we miss you but we will see you again as God calls each one of us home. You left such a Legacy and we will continue to walk to honor your memory and to help others with this horrible disease. I would have loved to have heard the Angels singing as they welcomed you home. See you soon little brother.

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