Alex Clemons, 35

FULTON, NY – Alex Clemons, 35, of Fulton, died Sunday October 28, 2012, at Oswego Hospital.

He was born in Papua, New Guinea and he had been a resident of Fulton since 1988.

He enjoyed being a father and spending time with his family.

Alex enjoyed all sports, especially football.

He attended G. Ray Bodley where he was on the football and wrestling teams.

His family feels that he had a great heart and that he was happy when he was able to make people laugh.

Alex is survived by five children: Jasmine, Coby, Ezra, Nathan and Mylee all of Fulton; his parents, Ernest and Arsenia Clemons of Fulton; five siblings: Albert Clemons of New Guinea, Nicholas Clemons of Fulton, Leonard Clemons of New Guinea, Laurencia Clemons of Fulton and Christina Clemons of Colorado.

Funeral services will be conducted at the Sugar Funeral Home on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. with Rev. Stephen Wirkes officiating.

Burial will be held privately.

Calling hours will be held 4 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Sugar Funeral Home, 224 W. Second St. S., Fulton.


  1. I only met Alex one time but he was a very close friend to my nephew, Chad Berrus and my neice Amy Rellos … thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of Alex … another one taken too soon … God Bless you all …

  2. Alex was a very special young man! I knew him to be capable of deep thoughts on life, family and friends, often exhibiting wisdom far beyond his 35 years. He also had the very playful nature of a child. Knowing him was a great pleasure and being in his company was always a fun time; he brought such joy to the lives of all who knew him. “A loved one is a treasure of thew heart and to lose a loved one is like losing a piece of yourself. But the love that this person brought you…did not leave, for the essence of his great soul lingers. It cannot escape your heart, for it has been there forever and there it shall remain.” <3 RIP Alex<3 God bless the Clemons Family

  3. I WISH I could have seen him one last time . He blessed me with his presence too little . I can remeber his presence when he first came to the US . He asked me what is this white stuff falling, in front of the sliding glass doors . A great person that I didn’t know enough .

  4. he was a gud friend of my husband, he always had a story, i met him 2000, i remember been able to help him out a few weeks bbsitting his kid nathan while my husband and alex work @ plainville…. i still cant believe it … :(

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