April 25, 1925 - November 3, 2016
Jacob Kirby Clements, of Little Rock, Arkansas peacefully completed a life of Christian service on November 3, 2016, at the age of 91. Jake served his country in World War II and Korea and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross in 1952. He will be remembered by his family and friends, as a devoted member of Pulaski Heights Baptist Church for over 70 years. He is survived by his wife, Pancy; sons, Richard (Carolyn) and Cliff (Leslie); five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held in Hick's Hall at Pulaski Heights Baptist Church, 2200 Kavanaugh, Little Rock, AR 72205 on Monday, November 7, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. with memorial service to follow at noon.
Hi Cliff, Sorry to hear about your loss. My prayers will be with you and your family. Know that God will see you thru. Jackie
Dear Cliff,May God give comfort to you and your family during this time of sorrow.God Bless!
I can't think back on my childhood without thinking of Mr Clements. I always looked up to him and admired him. I just found out a few minutes ago that he passed. If I had known before the service I would have been there. What a wonderful human being and positive example for our savior. He always supported me when I was growing up even when I got into trouble. I loved this wonderful man. My thoughts and prayers are with you Pansy, Cliff and Richard. I love you all and am so sorry for your loss but it is a gain for heaven.
I extend my deepest sympathy to all of you in this loss. He will be missed by so many. May God comfort you and surround you with his love.Tina Rigby
To Cliff and Family,Sorry for your loss. Cherish the memories.
May the Lord bless you and keep you.
Cliff and Family, I am sad to hear about your dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Peace and Grace to you and your family as you go through this difficult time. SusanPhilippians 4:13
The words Stalwart, Dependable, and Friend come to mind when anyone thinks of Jake. He was an absolute rock of PHBCand it is difficult to imagine our church without him. I know all of you have many many warm memories of him, and he will be remembered by the entire church for a long,long time. Leta and I regret both being out of town at this time, so I hope you know our thoughts are with you. Keith Jones
Jake Clements is one of the last of a great group of men that took a personal interest in a countless number of young people that grew up in PHBC--his soft spoken manner was a comfort to many. I remember well the presence he and his wife had on me and my family when my step father passed in December 1957. I so enjoyed a visit with him at Rosie Dunham visitation several years ago, Blessings to his wife and family.
Please accept our sincerest condolences. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family at this difficult and sad time.
Dear Richard, Carolyn and family,I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. Please know I'm thinking of you at this time.With my deepest sorrow,Rhea Godwin
Sad day for many of us. Jake and Pancy helped raise me. I spent many great hours with the Clement family. Special thoughts for my old room mate Richard.
Sad day for so many of us. Jake helped raise me and I spent many hours with him, Pancy and the boys. Special thoughts for my old room mate Richard.
Dear Pancy, Richard and Cliff:Jake was a wonderful Christian man and a role model of service to our Lord. I will always be thankful for our friendship. I will be praying for your family during this difficult time. Love you all.Sam
Jake,Thank you for your service to me and many other boys through the Royal Ambassadors (RA's) at Pulaski Heights Baptist Church, your friendship and your kindnesses to me and my Mother. We love you and miss you. In Christ,Robert McCoy.
So sorry for your loss. Jake was a great friend and neighbor. Hw will be missed.