Clowney Henry Hammons
  • 67 years old
  • Date of birth: Jun 19, 1944
  • Date of passing: Sep 11, 2011
Let the memory of Clowney be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Clowney Hammons, 67, born on June 19, 1944 and passed away on September 11, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Rosa Hammons on 26th August 2014

"It soon will be three years since you went home to be with the Lord...As I wake each morning and close my eyes each night, the pain and agony of losing you has no escape... I love and miss you so much my whole heart just feels so crushed..so much has changed I don't even feel like the same person., our family don;t seem like the same one they are so much bickering and disgust I just don't know how to deal with everything . Standards and respect they use to have is gone...You have been on my mind all day I just had to make an escape just to lighten my load. You were always there to listen when I needed to tlk and would encourage and then we would laugh and you always had a way to make me smile you were my world and when you left I felt my life had no meaning My love for you has kept me going with the hope of running to meet you in the end."

This tribute was added by Sherry Hammons on 3rd September 2013

""I love and miss you so much Daddy. There were so many things left unsaid and undone. I just wish I could have made you proud, but I know your looking at me from above, and see the changes I have made now. I know you are praising God, where you always wanted to be, no more pain and suffering. That is what I got to keep telling myself, to keep from breaking down. <3 U 4ever!""

This tribute was added by Patsy Quinnan on 18th August 2013

"Love and Miss you everyday Daddy </3"

This tribute was added by Rosa Hammons on 18th August 2013

"GOD has you in his keeping "I have you in my heart""

This tribute was added by Rosa Hammons on 18th August 2013

"Its been almost two years ago ,on such a memortal night..We sat on the porch in the swing and talked about how big the moon was and how bright the stars was ...Everything was so unuaual, never wanting the night to end, not knowing only minutes we had to share and talk like we were..You were my everthing , no time to say good bye, so many times I have needed you the ache in my heart remains"

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