We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Elliott Funeral Home
A TIME TO BE BORN:
Clifford, as most of us know him, was born to the late Angerline Harris Reynolds on February 8, 1950. He was the only boy of seven siblings, and he was the spoiled one.
A TIME TO LEARN:
Clifford was educated in the Dougherty County School System. He attended River Road Elementary, Madison Elementary, Carver Junior High, and Monroe Comprehensive High School. He also attended the Albany Technical College, where he received a certification in Brick Masonry.
A TIME TO SERVE:
Clifford is a veteran of the United Navy. However, due to his being visually impaired in one eye, he received an honorable discharge from service.
A TIME TO LOVE & LAUGH:
Clifford was united in holy matrimony to his high school sweetheart. There were no children born to this union; however, he was surrounded by plenty of nieces, nephews, cousins, sisters, and friends. For those who knew, he was the life of any party. If he was in the house, you heard him; you enjoyed him because there was no keeping him quiet when he was around. He was also known to turn out a few as well. Clifford was loved and cherished by so many. He truly will never be forgotten.
A TIME TO WORK:
Clifford was employed with the Harambee Head Start, E&E Engineering Company, and Orkin Pest Control.
A TIME TO REST:
Clifford had already retired from his earthly labor and was enjoying life until he became ill and had to give it up to depend on others because he could no longer care for himself. He spent seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, and months dealing with pain that never stopped, lying in bed flat on his back with no comfort, unable to sit up. He had no power to do anything for himself but suffer. However, on the morning of August 13, 2022, his Father looked down from heaven and said "Enough my son. It is time to come home." His Father sent angels to escort him home. It is difficult to imagine him gone, but it is a joy to know that he has made it to his final resting place. He will not be alone, waiting to greet him will be mother, Dorothy, Isabella, Grandmother Isabella, Grandfather Harris, Aunt Chap, Aunt Odessa, Aunt Willie, Aunt Callie, Aunt Dorothy, Aunt Stella, Aunt Bessie, Uncle Johnny, James, Russell, Eddie, Willie Jr. (Tut), Raymond, CB, Russell S., Ida Bell, Charlie Bell, Odessa, John S.
A TIME TO BE CHERISHED:
Clifford leaves to mourn and cherish him: 4 sisters: Reva Smith, Jacksonville, FL, Mary Hodges, Janice Sibley, and Shirley Reynolds of Albany, GA; 9 nephews: Robert Medlock of Okatie, SC, Jermaine Reynolds of Atlanta, GA, James Shedrick of Newton GA, Jarvis Hodges (Christina) of Tampa, FL, Jamal Reynolds (Crystal), Korey Sibley, Centrell Green, Jenod Reynolds all of Albany, GA, and Jakeel Reynolds of Atlanta, GA; 7 nieces: Shawatha Kendricks (Michael) of Albany, GA, Kimberly Timmons (Michael) of Fayetteville SC, Alpha McKinney of Albany, GA, Ashley Smith of Jacksonville, FL, Stacey Reynolds, Shawn Green, Anjelica Reynolds, all of Albany, GA; 7 grand-nephews: Jermaine Reynolds II of Atlanta GA, Elliot Medlock of Okatie, SC, Jeremiah Reynolds, Jacob Reynolds, Joseph Reynolds, all of Atlanta, GA, Carter Reynolds, and Tyson Reynolds, both of Albany, GA; 5 grand-nieces: Kaia Sibley of Albany, GA, Renita Kendrick, Katherine Kendrick, both of Albany, GA, Norah Jane of Tampa, FL, and Kaliyah Green of Albany, GA; and a host of cousins, friends, relatives, and acquaintances.