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Samuel Clinton Bass
May 30, 1978 ~ February 3, 2024 (age 45) 45 Years Old
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Samuel Clinton (Clint) Bass, 45 of Kenansville Florida Passed away Saturday February 3rd 2024 at Orlando Health St. Cloud, Florida. A member of a Pioneer Osceola County Family, he was born on May 30 1978 to Cheryl Collins(Keith) lived in Bullcreek and moved to Shady Oaks in Polk County. Clint moved back to Bullcreek in his senior year of high school. He graduated in 1996 from St. Cloud high school. Clint was married to Christy(Blankenship)Bass on August 18th 2004. He was a father to two sons Chase Blankenship and Westin Tiger Bass. Clint worked at Escape Ranch for 20 yrs as a mechanic, ECT..... Proceeded in death by his grandparents Tiger Tindall and Peggy Tindall, (Nanny) which he adored. and sister Billie Jo Bass.. Survivors include. Wife Christy Bass, sons: Chase Blankenship and Westin Tiger Bass of Kenansvillle, Florida, mother: Cheryl L Collins(Keith) of Kenansville, and step sister Tamra Hibbits(Daniel) of Tennessee and many extended family. To know Clint was to love him, he was a stranger to none. He would give the shirt off his back and would drop what he was doing if ;there was a friend or anyone in need. He Loved BIG and Laughed HARD. His wife and boys was his WORLD. Our Hearts are broken with the loss of such a amazing husband,father, son, and Friend and Brother to many. Clint The Man who once embodied the Wild Spirit of youth(rough, racing, phone throwing , dragging what ever project he could find to his house and get it runnin and turned it into something great for him and his boys! Clint became a brother to many a father beyond compare, and a husband that fulfilled the dreams of his wife.. He would work tirelessly for hours at his shop out back, even after getting off work. Clint was proud of every little thing he did! To building airboat, buggies, four wheelers,demolition derby cars, pulling tractors, trucks motorcycles, what ever he could imagine he could do! He was a man of many talents he could have Won a Gold metal in TOOL THROWING! Clint loved many friends that became brothers and sisters to him and an uncle to many kids that he would not only fix their stuff, but teach them how to do it themselves someday! Clint has put an impression on many hearts and will be Greatly missed. He is wth the Lord now hugging Nanny and we will see him o again someday. Funeral services for Clint will be held 12:00 Noon, Thursday, February 8, 2024 at the First Missionary Baptist Church, Kenansville, Florida, with the Pastor Buddy Colvin and Pastor David Wallace, Officiating. Visitation for friends will be one hour prior service time (11:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon). Interment to follow at Kenansville Cemetery. Active Casketbearers: Chad Garmany, Bryan Hudson, Mick Bunbrum, Tommy Holloway, Wade Tindall, Will Tindall, Boo Howard and Justin Sayoc. Honorary Casketbearers: Chase Blankenship, Westin Bass, Keith Collins and Ricky Blankenship.
The Bass family is being cared for by: CONRAD AND THOMPSON FUNERAL HOME, 511 Emmett Street, Kissimmee, Florida 34741; 407-847-3188.