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Mrs. Wendy Clemons-Hay
May 27, 1957 ~ September 1, 2023 (age 66) 66 Years Old
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Mrs. Wendy Clemons-Hay was the daughter of the Late James Pender (Rosa Lee Tyler) Clemons, was born May 27, 1957, in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. She peacefully entered into eternal rest on Friday, September 1, 2023 at Augusta University Hospital, Augusta, GA, surrounded by her loving family.
Mrs. Hay was a 1975 graduate of Hunter Kinard Tyler High School. Wendy was a faithful member of Sardis Baptist Church.
Mrs. Wendy Clemons Hay was joined in holy matrimony to the late Alvin “Tat” Hay. To this union, they were blessed with 2 daughters. She was preceded in death by five siblings—Willie James Clemons, Henry James Clemons, Rosa Mae Clemons and Wilton Clemons, and Larry Clemons.
Wendy worked in manufacturing for many years. She also worked at Dixie Narco, ASCO, and Babcock Disability Center.
“Bee”, as she was affectionately known, had a fun-loving spirit. Even when her health began to decline, she still had a smile on his face and love in her heart. Bee enjoyed fishing with her mother and brothers, playing spades, and spoiling her grandson. She truly loved her family-siblings, daughters, grandson and her sister in laws.
Wendy leaves to cherish his fond memories: her loving daughters Trena and Keinda Hay, both of Salley, SC; her pride and joy grandson, Jadarius Crosby; Stepson, Tony Stroman of Florence, SC; Three devoted sisters, Docie Clemons, Bessie (Gary) Peeples, and, Jeanette Clemons all of Norway, SC. Two dedicated brothers—Harry Clemons and Joshua (Joyce) Clemons both of Orangeburg, SC. Her aunt, Mrs. Albertha Polite, Cope, SC. Six sister-in-laws that she loved like sisters- Janie Ross of Aiken, SC, Emma Morris of Charlotte, NC, Katie Evans (best friend and caregiver) of Salley, SC, Zelma Williams of Salley, SC, Linda Rice of Wagener, SC, Sharon Hay of Springfield, SC, and Katie Evans; one brother in-law Willie Goodwin, of Blackville, SC and host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.