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  1. Clarence was a joy to be working alongside here at Southland in Moyock. His personality and customer service were an asset to the business. Clarence always had a quick wit and would make the day go by in a better way when you worked with him. He was as reliable, trustworthy and dependable as a person could be. May you all be comforted in the days and weeks to come.

  2. PHYLLIS SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT CLARENCE. WHEN EVER I THOUGHT OF HIM HE ALWAYS BROUGHT A SMILE TO MY FACE. WE ARE THINKING ABOUT YOU AND THE FAMILY. FRED AND CHER

  3. I’m so sorry to hear about Clarence. He was sure like a brother to me. If yall need anything please let Adele and I know.
    Love yall.
    Harold

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Clarence Hugh Mays

December 4, 2021

Clarence Hugh Mays,75, died of natural causes in Elizabeth City, NC December 4, 2021. Clarence was born in Suffolk, VA and served proudly in the Unites States Army.

Surviving relatives include his loving wife of 49 years, Phyllis F. Mays of the Moyock residence, their son, Kevin Mays (Angela); their daughter, Shannon Dowdy; two granddaughters Logan and Cameryn (all of Moyock), as well as several other relatives and good friends both near and far.

In keeping with Clarence’s advance directives, no services are planned after his cremation. Please express condolences to the family via the online register at www.gallopfuneralservices.com. Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. was entrusted with arrangements.

Condolences

Kay Banks

Phyllis and family, Please know that you are thought about at this time!

Gloria Roberts

Sorry to hear of your husband's death, Phyllis. My prayers are with you for comfort.

John and Celeste Flora

Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Celeste and John

Macey Carver

I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. continued prayers for your family <3

Travis White

Clarence was a joy to be working alongside here at Southland in Moyock. His personality and customer service were an asset to the business. Clarence always had a quick wit and would make the day go by in a better way when you worked with him. He was as reliable, trustworthy and dependable as a person could be. May you all be comforted in the days and weeks to come.

Fred SMITH JR

PHYLLIS SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT CLARENCE. WHEN EVER I THOUGHT OF HIM HE ALWAYS BROUGHT A SMILE TO MY FACE. WE ARE THINKING ABOUT YOU AND THE FAMILY. FRED AND CHER

Todd Cartwright

He could always make you smile. I pray for your family in your loss.

Raymond L Rowland

So sorry for your loss. He was a great guy and friend.

Billy Wright

Thoughts and prayers for everyone.

Harold Sykes

I'm so sorry to hear about Clarence. He was sure like a brother to me. If yall need anything please let Adele and I know. Love yall. Harold