Deanna Diane Cox Clemmer, age 42 of Philadelphia, was called to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on February 4, 2021. Deanna was born on January 11, 1979 in Indianapolis, IN. She will be missed and is so loved by her family and friends.
Deanna enjoyed being around her loved ones and was most definitely the star of the show, she had such a crazy sense of humor which is why she was loved by so many. One of her favorite hobbies was watching football, and of course her favorite teams were Notre Dame and the Tennessee Vols. She enjoyed following her husband around while he coached football, she most definitely was his biggest fan, and she loved being involved as much as possible at the football field.
Deanna was preceded in death by daddy Fred Cox and dad Barron Bivens; Grandparents, Barbara and Glenn Schulmeyer, Mac McCoy, Paul and Delma Cox; Mother and Father-in-law, Lula Bell and Sog (George) Moses; Brother and sister, Darron and Sheila Bivens; and Brother-in-law, Terry Clemmer.
Deanna is survived by husband, Tommy Clemmer; Mother, Gloria Cox Bivens; Children, Brooke Royal, BreAnna Finger, Whytnie Clemmer and Derek Sawyer, Trey and Lane Clemmer; Grandchildren, Hudson and Delainey Clemmer; Sisters, Jeannie Hollingshead and husband Samuel, Melissa Mayfield and husband Grant, and Gaila Thomas; Brothers, Eddie and Sherry McCoy, and Rodney and Kim Bivens; Sister and Brother in laws, Ronnie Clemmer, Vickie Blaidyn, Samantha Crowe, Angie and David Yount; Nieces and Nephews, Kelly, Eddie, Destiny, Timothy, Jacob, Dewayne, Daxton, Presliegh, Dustin, Dalton, Andy, Ashley, Daniel, Carley, Leah, Ryan, Will, Brookelynn, and Michael; Deanna is also survived by a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and extended family and friends.
Friends and family may visit at their convenience between 12-4PM on Sunday, February 7, 2021. The graveside service, officiated by Rev. Samuel Hollingshead, will be held on Monday, February 8, 2021 at 11AM at Ball Play Tabernacle Church of God in Tellico Plains, TN.
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