A private graveside service for Clarence Largent will be held at a later date. Clarence passed away on July 19, in Paradise, Texas. There will be a public visitation from 4-6 pm Thursday at Hudson & Torres Family Funeral Home in Bridgeport.
Clarence was born on July 13, 1947, in Jacksonville, Texas to Clarence Lindley Largent and Vivian Goodwin.
He was mechanically inclined and built a career working specifically on heavy machinery. When he wasn’t working, he enjoyed deer hunting and was also a collector of knives.
Clarence is preceded in death by his parents Clarence Largent Sr. and Vivian Largent; brothers Cecil, Monty, Charles, and Jerry Largent; and sisters Johnnie Hargrove and Glenda Largent.
He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Carolyn Largent; son Chad Largent; daughters Keitha Largent and Brittney Euler; grandchildren Tristan Farrow, Kaynen Farrow, Shaylee Largent, Shyla Largent, Swayze Largent, Kimber Euler, Collin Euler, Kynlyn Euler, Easton Largent, and Winky Euler; great-grandchildren; Ledger, Rayleigh, Phoenix, and Afton Farrow.
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