Barry Clement

Obituary of Barry Clement

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Barry Clement, 69, passed away October 6th, 2019 after a hard fought battle with pancreatic cancer.  

Barry was born in Bellingham, WA on March 8th, 1950. He graduated  from Sehome High School and  earned his degree at Western Washington University.  Barry married Vicki Swan and went on to a career with  U.S. Customs/Homeland Security, retiring as Port Director in Anacortes, WA in 2014.   He was an avid golfer, big Husky fan  and an undercover Cougar fan.  Barry loved watching his grand children’s sporting events.  Barry had recently become a snowbird, splitting his time between Bellingham and Indio, CA.  Barry was a loving and caring husband, dad, grandpa, son, brother, uncle and friend to all who knew him. 

Barry is survived by his wife, Vicki, of 41 years; two daughters, Rochelle Anderson (Todd) and Erin Clement; son, Michael Bianchi (Laurie) grandchildren Tanner, Morgan, Carter, Samuel, and Abigail.  He is also  survived by his mother, Lois Clement. Three siblings, Margaret Serquina (Ed), Gail Daun (Thom) and Ross Clement (Suzie), a niece Heather Morgado and two nephews Isaac Lagmay and Stephan Pereza, along with many friends, old and new.  He is preceded in death by his father, Merle Clement.  

Barry will be remembered for his sense of humor, incessant viewing of the golf channel and Perry Mason,  his love of margaritas and fierce loyalty to his whole family.  

No services will be held at Barry’s request.  Our family wants to thank those who prayed, supported and loved on us through our journey this past year. #familystrong

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