Mrs. Penny (Stevenson) McClendon, age 50, a resident of 131 Nook Street, Roanoke, Alabama, passed away on Tuesday, February 4, 2014 at her residence on Nook Street in Roanoke.
Public Visiting and Viewing hours will be observed here at the funeral home, on Friday, February 7, 2014 between the hours of 12:00 Noon and 6:00 PM.
Funeral Services for Mrs. McClendon will be observed on Saturday, February 8, 2014, at 1:00 O'Clock PM, from the Pure Holiness Church of God, 1407 Satterwhite Street, Roanoke, Alabama 36274, with the Pastor, Elder John C. Greathouse, officiating. Burial will follow immediately after the services in the East Roanoke Cemetery (located at the corner of Chemical Avenue and Avenue "A") in Roanoke.
Penny McClendon was born July 24, 1963 to the parentage of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alvin and Macie (Bell) Stevenson. She is one of four (4) children born to this union, preceded in death by one brother, Alvin Stevenson.
A life-long resident of Roanoke, as a youth, Penny attended school in Roanoke, Alabama, and also attended the Job Corp. Early in life, she joined First Baptist Church in Roanoke. In 1989, she united in marriage with Jefferson Tyrone McClendon. Their union gave rise to the birth of two daughters.
In addition to her brother Alvin Stevenson, Penny was preceded in death by a son, Lamont Stevenson; two (2) uncles, Emmanuel Bell, Samuel Bell; and two (2) aunts: Emma Robinson and Cora Mae Bell. Penny returned to God's loving arms on Tuesday, February 4, 2014 at her residence in Roanoke.
Mrs. McClendon leaves to cherish many fond and loving memories: her husband, Jefferson Tyrone McClendon of Auburn, Alabama; one (1) son, Mark McClendon of Gadsden, Alabama; two (2) daughters: Crystal Hawkins (Billy) of Roanoke, Alabama and Kimberley McClendon of Anniston, Alabama; two (2) brothers: James Johnson-Bell and Barry Marable both of Roanoke, Alabama; one (1) uncle, Reverend Myris L. Bell (Antonia), and two (2) aunts: Eva Lewis of Tampa, Florida and Ella Newman of Pineville, Louisiana; five (5) grandchildren; a very special friend Ulice Hawkins of Roanoke, Alabama; and many other loving relatives, neighbors and friends.
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