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Harold Ralph Clemett

Posted 2019-07-09 by mhenderson
Published in the Daily Miner on July 8, 2019 -
Kingman, Arizona -

In loving memory of Harold Ralph Clemett, who we lost one year ago on
June 24, 2018. Your family honors you this week for what would have
been your 91st birthday. You were a kind, generous, loving man, and a
beloved husband, father and grandfather who will always be in our
hearts.

Born in Walkerville, Ontario on July 7, 1928, Harold moved to Detroit,
Michigan with his family as a child. He attended Howe Military School
and served in the U.S. Marine Corp from 1946-1948 where he was awarded
the WWII Victory Medal. Harold graduated from the Detroit Institute of
Technology in 1953 with a B.S. in Industrial Engineering. He worked
for Douglas Tool Company, Continental Aviation and Ford Motor Company
where he was manager of Advanced Test Operations and Automotive Safety
Laboratories. In 1980, Harold was transferred to the Ford Arizona
Proving Ground where he was manager until 1991 when he retired. He was
very involved in the Rotary clubs in Kingman and Sun City West,
Arizona, as well as the Engineer’s Club of the West Valley.

In 1953, Harold married the love of his life, Margaret Isabel Wilson.
They were married for 65 years and had two children. Harold is
survived by his wife; Margaret, daughters; Kathy A. Saad (Moses) and
Linda L. Gallant (Gary), grandchildren; Rachel Stover (Carl), Margaret
Hughes (Sean), Holly Saad (Brian), Rebecca Saad, Heather Houston, Gary
Gallant, step-granddaughters; Michelle Fox (Kevin), Jennifer Dunn
(Bobby), as well as beloved great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Until we meet again in Heaven. We will love you and miss you forever.





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