Kenneth “Kenny” D. Clem
Kenny Clem passed away peacefully at home with his loved ones at his side on Tuesday, January 23rd. He lost a long and difficult journey with cancer. Kenny is survived by his sister, Patricia DeGraffe of Kansas, brother, John Jr. of Livingston, brother, Anthony of California, several nieces and nephews and several grandnieces and grandnephews, and his beloved fiancée Peggy McMillion.
Kenny was born on July 15, 1963, on the steps of Munich Stadium in Germany as his father was in the military. He spent most of his adult life in Kansas as a construction contractor and dirt track auto racer with 10 years in a row as point’s champion. He was a volunteer fire fighter in Kansas and received accommodations for saving an only child’s life from a burning building. He was a tow-truck driver, certified auto mechanic, and a cook locally for the last 25 years as he called Livingston his home.
To all the doctors, nurses, and staff who cared for our beloved Kenny both at Bozeman Deaconess Cancer Center and Livingston Home Hospice Care, our eternal heartfelt thank you for all your compassionate care and true concern for Kenny and his family.
To all our local friends we will have a graveside service and celebration of his life at Mountain View Cemetery on Monday, January 29th, at 1:00p.m.
Arrangements are under the care of Fransen-Davis Funeral Home and Crematory.