of Arkadelphia, AR
May 3, 1974 - March 16, 2023
Brad Clemons, 48, of Arkadelphia, AR passed away March 16, 2023. He was born May 3, 1974 in Memphis, TN to Harold and Renella Clemons. A graduate of Rivercrest High School Class of 92 and he studied at University of Arkansas. He was a member of First Baptist Church in Wilson and attended Gum Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Gum Springs, after moving to Arkadelphia. He worked as a Sports Statistician for a company out of Memphis, TN. He was an avid fan of the Arkansas Razorbacks, Dallas Cowboys, University of Kentucky and he looked forward to the March Madness each year. Brad is survived by his mother, Renella Clemons; sisters, Kairi Clemons Elmore and Henrietta Chipman (B.J.) and brother, Derrick Beecham. Brad is preceded in death by his father, grandparents and beloved Aunt, Jeanne Hays.
Brad was a fine person and a tribute to his parents raising. Never heard a bad word from his or about him. Several Razorback "road trip' to look fondly upon. Well done thy faithful servant. May the peace of Christ be with your family.Randy Reeves
We all loved Brad and were so blessed to have had him as such a great friend. Go Hogs!
Renella & Kairi, we are so sorry to hear of your loss. We will remember you in our prayers. May God give you comfort & strength in the days ahead.
My sincere condolences. I thought the world of Brad and will miss seeing him even if it was only at class reunions. My thoughts and prayers are with Y'all.
Renella, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember teaching Brad and so enjoyed him. We are thinking of you and your family. Our prayers are with you. This really touched my heart. Young people!
Going to miss you my friend. Lots of great memories at Oaklawn and all those nights at Cuckoos and Jr's. Rest in peace . Love you brother. Your friend always Matt Moreland SWILLN
Our prayers and condolences go out to the family at this difficult time! We pray for peace and comfort in the coming days!
Renella and Kairi, My heart aches for you loosing a son and brother at such a young age. Keeping you in my heartfelt prayers! I still remember Brad as that smart, sweet kindergartner I had the pleasure of teaching in my first year at Wilson Elementary!Elaine
I was devastated when I heard Brad had passed. Brad spent almost everyday with me during my junior year at Fayetteville. He and I were first row every home basketball game in 93 - 94. And watched the Hogs win the national basketball championship together that same year. Memories I know he cherished as much as I do. Rest easy little brother.