Kenneth Clements

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Kenneth F. Clements
1948 - 2017
OAKLAND - Kenneth F. Clements, 68, died August 1, 2017, at Maine Medical Center in Portland. He was born in Chesterville on Sept. 4, 1948, the son of Floyd and Katherine (Adams) Clements. Kenneth worked as a crane operator on oil rigs, mostly in the Gulf of Mexico.
Kenneth was a US Army Veteran of the Viet Nam War and was a life long member of the American Legion. His family was his priority, and he especially loved spending time with his grandchildren. He enjoyed fishing and playing 63 with his parents and siblings. He was an avid New England Patriots fan.
Surviving are his wife Candice Clements of Oakland; a daughter Karen Camille Clements Rasar and fiancée Michael Myhaver of Skowhegan; brothers Kermit and Calvin Clements of Chesterville and David Clements and companion Sheena Rapoza of Belfast; sisters, Charlene Clements and Cynthia Wheeler and husband Charles of Chesterville; grandchildren, Justin Clements of Waterville, Travis Stymiest Jr. of Oakland, Sarah and Dylan Rodrigue of Skowhegan; several nieces and nephews.
Friends are invited to visit from12:00 to 2:00 p.m. Monday August 7 at Lawry Brothers- Wheeler Funeral Home 26 Church Street Oakland followed by a funeral service at 2:00 p.m. Burial will follow at the Oak Cemetery in Norridgewock.
An online guestbook may be signed and memories shared at
Arrangements are by Lawry Brothers-Wheeler, 26 Church St., Oakland, ME.


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Oakland, ME 04963
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Published in Central Maine on Aug. 4, 2017
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