STARKS — Reginald Clement, 53, of Starks, passed away unexpectedly on Sept. 22, 2017. Reggie was born into the proud Clement clan on June 19, 1964 in Skowhegan. He spent many days of his youth on the shores of “Greasy” Lake, progressing to the streets of Oxford Hills.

Reggie was a jack-of-all-trades, due to his Cahill ingenuity. He worked as an operator for Bridge Corp., a carpenter/millwright for the 320, and finished as a line worker for Madison Electric. In his spare time, he worked as a backyard mechanic.

He was an avid outdoors man, a true Mainer. Above all else, he was a devoted family man.

He is survived by his high school sweetheart and wife of 32 years, Kathryn Clement of Starks; his parents, Russell and Carole Clement of Skowhegan; and parents, Nancy and late husband, James Red Bell of Hallowell; father and mother-in-law, Donald and Carolyn Knights of Oxford; his two sons, Cody Clement and Renee “Nay Nay” Boudreault of Anson and Jesse Clement and his wife, Kerri of New Portland; beloved grandchildren, Arianna and Gavin; brothers and sisters, Rusty and lady friend, Norma, Sandy K, Ronney and wife Barbie, and Joel; brother and sister-in-law, Timmy and Sandy; nieces and nephews, Molly Bea, Daniel and wife, Amanda, Heather and husband, John, Mason, Casey, Mackenzie, Libby, and Ethan; great-nieces, Hazel and Daphne; as well as many “adopted” sons and daughters.

He was predeceased by his tractor buddies, Andrew and Peter, in addition to fur baby, Suzy.

To his MEW family, 27 will always love you. He will truly be missed by all. His loving spirit was widespread and he affected all of those that he met.

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