Graveside services for Mr. Royrickus Leeshun Clements, aka “Rik”, who died Nov. 3 at his residence in Lumber City, were held Nov. 13 at Cedar Grove Cemetery in Lumber City. Officiating Ministers were Elder Eddie Harmon and Minister James Johnson with singing by Melsina Robinson.
Mr. Clements was born on May 15, 1981, at Jeff Davis Hospital to Avis Ann Tobler and Jimmy Lee Clements. He attended Jeff Davis County Schools. Royrickus enjoyed fishing, taking trips, racing cars, and always had a smile on his face. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Leroy Clements Sr., an uncle, Leroy Clements Jr., and an aunt, Annie Ruth Baker.
Survivors include children Royrickus LeeShun “Lil Rik” Clements Jr. of Atlanta, Jaylon Canady of Broxton, Leshantie Rekel Lewis of Hazlehurst and Skylar Capers of Lumber City; grandchildren: Izabella Clements and Jade Canady; godchildren, Envy Joyce and Puggie Oliver; special friend, Carolyn Anderson and her son, Xaviyon Phillips; mother, Avis Ann Johnson; father, Jimmy (Frances) Clements; grandparents Annie Pearl (Tony) Edwards, Bob (Jean) Tobler, and Helen Clements; brothers Christopher Tobler and James Johnson; sisters Jamie Johnson and Kimberly Johnson; stepsisters Monica, Franshiria (Billy), and Nikya; aunts Sharon Andrews, Jacquelyn Mitchell, Vicky Tobler, and Rosalind Bess; uncles Ricky Howell, Bobby Tobler, Millon (Rhonda) Clements and Jerry Clements; nieces and nephews, Karson, Christopher Jr., Karley, Summer, and Trinity; and a host of other relatives, cousins, and friends.
Pallbearers were friends.
King Brothers Funeral Home was in charge.