Clarice Marie Dent Radcliff peacefully passed away Thursday, February16, 2023, in Millry, Alabama, at her home.
She loved to watch out over her land with her companion and her son, “Zay.”
Zavier said, “My mom was the kindest person I ever met, and she loved plants because they give everyone air.”
Clarice was born January 14, 1981, in New Martinsville. She lived a very full life in her 42 years on this earth. She graduated from University High School, in Morgantown in 1999.
Clarice played basketball from childhood until graduation. While in high school, she played AAU basketball. She received the Tournament Hustle Award in a national tournament in Orlando, Florida.
Clarice attended WVU to pursue a degree in early education; her dream was to be a kindergarten teacher. Regardless of her circumstances, she loved her best friend, Jesus. She attended church in every community she lived in, most recently finding her church family with her son, Zavier, at Millry Baptist Church.
Everyone Clarice met knew she was full of joy and love, which can be seen through her children who dearly miss her.
She was preceded in death by her soulmate, Bryan O’Halloran, on December 23, 2022; and her grandfather, Albert Romano.
Clarice is survived by her three children, Kylian Rain, and her companion, Emmet, of Morgantown, Julian Keegen, of Durbin, and Zavier Silas, of Millry, Alabama; her loving parents, Lisa Marie and Thomas Kyle Dennison; siblings, Keri Dennison Gower, and husband, Kevin, Kyle Dennison and Kevin Dennison, and wife, Leslie; grandparents, Cheryl Romano, and Sharon and Jack Richman; “bonus” parents, Richard and Marcia O’Halloran; and numerous nieces, cousins and friends she called her family.
A celebration of life service will be held at a later date.
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