Clifford Richard Icenhower, 56, of Fort Pierce, FL, passed away at his home on December 30, 2020. He was born September 14, 1964, in Gallipolis, OH, to the Late Clifford and Helen Icenhower. Clifford grew up in Ohio and graduated from Meigs High School.
In the late 1980’s, sunshine and family inspired Clifford to become a resident of Florida for about 30 years. He loved spending time with family and playing baseball. His passion for music often led him to be surrounded by friends and family while he strummed his guitar and sang.
He leaves his memories to be cherished by his beloved of 12 years, Belinda Willis (Ft. Pierce, FL); daughters, Jessie Icenhower (Ft. Pierce, FL) and Danielle Icenhower (Pomeroy, OH); grandchildren, Trenton Icenhower and Taylor Schuster (Ocala, FL); stepchildren, Earl Harmon (Dunnellon, FL), Keri Childers (Okeechobee, FL); and step-grandchildren, Trey Harmon (Orlando, FL), Lillie Harmon (Ft. Pierce, FL), Rachel Childers (Huntington, WV), and Natalie Childers (Huntington, WV).
He is also survived by his sisters, Sharon Gaffney (Mike) of Lecanto, FL, and Mary Crow of Racine, OH; brother, Scott Icenhower of Dexter, OH; aunt, Betty Triplett of Pomeroy, OH; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Rick Icenhower and Donald D. Icenhower.
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