ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, David McClendon Jr., 79 years old, born on February 12, 1942, and passed away on June 10, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by ANITA Gantt on June 17, 2021
Pat - sorry for your loss, but his battle is finally over. I know He will be greatly missed by friends and family, especially David III & Daniel, each in their own way. Although it has been awhile, I will miss Deb & I spending a weekend with you guys while David entertained us with his warped sense of humor. I will also miss debating with him about current events & politics at his insistence.
Rest In Peace my Friend

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Posted by ANITA Gantt on June 17, 2021
Pat - sorry for your loss, but his battle is finally over. I know He will be greatly missed by friends and family, especially David III & Daniel, each in their own way. Although it has been awhile, I will miss Deb & I spending a weekend with you guys while David entertained us with his warped sense of humor. I will also miss debating with him about current events & politics at his insistence.
Rest In Peace my Friend
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David Franklin "Frank" McClendon Jr.

David Franklin McClendon Jr ("Frank"), of Brick, NJ, passed away after a bout with cancer…he was 79. Born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in Englewood, NJ, David enjoyed playing baseball as a kid…as an outfielder, he played in both the Little League and Babe Ruth Baseball. David also loved his cars…he had a special affinity for the Datsun 240Z, and LOVED talking about cars with anyone. Once David graduated from Dwight Morrow High School in Englewood, he enlisted into the United States Navy and served from 1960-1964. Upon leaving the Navy, David became a computer engineer, settling down in the New York City area. He was a contractor working for Unisys, when he found himself in the North tower on 9/11. Having quite the story to tell, he was fortunate enough to make it back home safely. David enjoyed fishing, science fiction, spending time with his two grandkids, and just chatting with you while sitting outside enjoying the weather.

David is survived by his wife Patricia, his two sons David III (his wife Yazneri) and Daniel, two brothers Dennis and Dale, and two grandchildren David IV and Alexandria.
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Shared by Deborah Thompson on June 25, 2021
On a road trip right now listening to Marvin Gaye's What's Going On album.  Since 1971 from a road trip visit to New York with Pat, I always remember David whenever I listen to it.  Rest in Peace my friend of 50 years.

Deb