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Mr. James ‘Bolt’ Clements, 70

Services for Mr. James “Bolt” Clements, 70, who died April 3, were held April 14 at Bennett Tabernacle Holiness Church in Hazlehurst.
Elder Eddie Harmon, Minister James Johnson, and Pastor Terrell Paulk officiated with burial in Hazlehurst Memorial Gardens.
Mr. Clements, a native of Jeff Davis County, was the son of the late Andrew Sr. and Hattie Clements of Hazlehurst. He was one of 11 children and attended public schools in Jeff Davis County and a graduate of Hazlehurst High. Mr. Clements was a life-long member of Bennett Tabernacle Holiness Church. Preceding him in death was his wife, Delois Bennett Clements; his parents, Andrew Sr. and Hattie Clements; five sisters, Lula Bell Miles, Ruth L. Clements, Willie Clover (Melzie) Harmon, Pearlie Mae Clements, and JoAnn Clements Fisher, and three brothers, Frankie L. Clements, Andrew Clements Jr., and Wayne Clements.
Survivors include his son, Jamie Theron “Ron” Clements; a sister, Lisa Clements Drone; brother, Sacony Clements; four sisters-in-law, Alice (Coy) Morning, Lillie Mae (Robert) McRae, Louise (Johnny) Strong, and Lisa (Jimmy) Barnes; six brothers-in-law, Garland Fisher, Dennis Drone, Paul Bennett, James Bennett, Lacey Bennett, and Jim Bennett; uncle Albert Clements; aunt, Annie Maude Wilcox and a host of relatives and friends.
Active pallbearers were Anthony B. Fisher, Quinton Smith, Ja’Queze Kirby, Keith Johnson, Ricardo E. Clements, T. Monday Weaver, Wilbert Myles, Stanley McRae, and Roger Wright.
Music was rendered by The Benjamin Family, Khaliyah Jenkins, and Johnny Myles.
Thornton’s Funeral Home of Hazlehurst was in charge of arrangements.

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