Antonio, A.K.A. Jun, was born November 30,1999 to Ms. Tiffany Bernice Ingram of Rogersville, Alabama and Mr. Antonio Dionne Clark of Sheffield, Alabama.
Antonio graduated from Lauderdale County High School in 2018. He was gainfully employed with Tru-Green Lawn Service in Tuscumbia, Alabama. Antonio would have been entering his third semester (Pre-COVID 19) at Calhoun at Calhoun Community College in Decatur, Alabama. Antonio accepted Christ on June 3, 2018. He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving parents, Ms. Tiffany Ingram of Rogersville, AL and Mr. Antonio D. (Michelle) Clark of Huntsville, AL; three sisters, Karrie Danielle Clark (Hunter) of Madison, AL; Mahagoni Wynn of Huntsville, AL and Kahyah Clitandre of Fisco, TX; two brothers, Wesley Coward and Isaiah Coward, both of Madison, AL; three honorary brothers, Chris Howard and Shawn Howard, both of Rogersville, AL and Malcolm Jackson of Killen, AL.
Antonio also leaves behind a “granny”, who’s love for him had no limits, Mrs. Josie Ingram; a “Paw-Paw”, whom he collected coins and baseball cards with, Mr. Robert L. Ingram, Jr.; three uncles, Mr. Quinton Ingram, whom he “rough housed and talked speakers and cars with, Mr. Clyde Davis, Jr. of Douglasville, GA and Mr. Neal Clark of Florence, AL; five aunts, two of whom loved, spoiled, protected, prayed for and gave to no end, Mrs. Josetta Stewart and Ms.Pam Ingram; Mrs.Sonya Glenn of Smyrna, GA; Mrs.Tiffany Clark of Athens, AL; and Mrs. Mary Howard of Rogersville, AL and a host of loving family and friends.
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