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J. Marilyn Cliett

August 19th, 1948 - January 19th, 2024

Jean Marilyn Cliett was born August 19, 1948, in Douglas, Georgia to Thomas Calvin Cliett Sr. and Illa Jean Cliett (Tyre). She passed away January 19, 2024, in Augusta, Georgia at age 75. She was a Butler High School graduate and Augusta College Alum. She spent her work life as an accountant. Marilyn was an avid outdoors person spending her leisure time camping, hunting, and fishing. She also loved making crafts, especially with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Marilyn was preceded in death by both of her parents. She will be loved, honored, and missed by her surviving siblings Brenda Threatt of North Augusta, SC; Thomas (Kathrine) Cliett of Murrita, CA; and Marion “Mickey” Cliett of Aiken, SC; Her daughters Cynthia Slagle of Weirsdale, Florida; Sarah (Jeff) Winn of Aiken, SC; Grandsons; Thomas (Laci) Clavette, Steven (Brandi) Clavette, Calvin Winn, Jason Winn; and 8 great-grandchildren. Her friends and family will always remember her with love and gratitude. A memorial service will be held Tuesday January 23, 2024, at Woodridge Memorial Park & Funeral Home at 2pm. The family will gather to receive friends at 1pm. All services will be held at Woodridge Memorial Park & Funeral Home, 138 Corley Mill Rd, Lexington, SC 29072. For those unable to attend, the service will be streamed through the following link: Those wishing to send floral tributes may do so by sending them to Woodridge Funeral Home or donations can be made to the Salvation Army in honor of Marilyn’s memory.

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jay g

Dear family, My heart aches from the grief that you are suffering. Knowing of God's embracing love for you, continue looking to him when " He will wipe out all tears from our eyes, death, pain, and suffering will be no more. " - Revelation 21: 3,4 He says death is an " enemy that will be brought to nothing. " 1 Corinthians 15:26 It comforts our hearts to know this pain will be a thing of the past and through Christ the resurrection of our loved ones. We " do not sorrow just as the rest do who have no hope! " 1 Thessalonians 4:13 love from a stranger, [email protected]

Published June 10th, 2024

Thomas clavette

Best grandma a grandson could ask for , had our ups and downs but that’s our family. I will hold her memories close at heart and look forward to the day she can walk me home.. may you rest in peace grandma , I will miss you.

Published June 10th, 2024

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