Tributes
This Memorial Page Established by -  DANIELLE CLEMENTS
In Honor OfCHAD CLEMENTS

Oh Chad were do I begin. I am so lost without you. You were the greatest brother and friend a
girl could ever ask for. I love and miss you so much. My heart aches everyday knowing that I
won't be seeing you or hearing your voice anymore. This hole in my heart will never close,
because when you left us you a big piece of me left with you. You are loved and miss by
everyone who knew you, and even ones who didn't know you. I know you are up in heaven
looking in on us and still protecting us. When I have children I will make sure that they will
know who their Uncle Chad is just like we knew who Uncle Jeff was. I will never let you be
forgotten. You were my hero before you passed and will always be my hero. Just now you
are everyone's hero. I love and miss you so much Chad.
xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo I can't wait to see you again in heaven
one day.

~The Heart Feels What the Eyes Cannot See
and Knows What the Mind Cannot Understand!~

November 10, 2011

Trudy Appleby (mother of a daughter who was in his unit)
My daughter, Kelly Hill was in Chad Clements unit.  God bless Chad for giving his live to help
defend our country.  God bless his family and God Bless America!!!
Spc. Chad D. Clements

United States Army
KIA 30 August 2010, Afghanistan
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26, of Huntington, Ind.; assigned to 4th Brigade Support Battalion, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th
Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colo.; died Aug. 30 in the Arghandab River Valley, Afghanistan, of
wounds suffered when insurgents attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device. Also
killed in the attack were Army Capt. Dale A Goetz, Army Staff Sgt. Jesse Infante, Army Staff Sgt.
Kevin J. Kessler and Army Staff Sgt. Matthew J. West.