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CaLenta Tarel Page

July 14, 1982 ~ November 15, 2018 (age 36)

Bro. CaLenta Tarel Page, 36, departed this life on Thursday November 15, 2018 in Marion County. He was the son of Clemson Page and Dorethia Page, the brother of Angela White and Preston Page. You may visit the family at 839 Bluestone Court, Marion.

Funeral services are scheduled to be held at the Greater Highway Church of Christ Saturday November 24, 2018 at 1:00 pm. He will be laid to rest in the Devotion Gardens Cemetery, Mullins.

~Obituary~

Today a beautiful Rose was picked from our family. There’s a higher calling we answer to and Thursday November 15, 2018 CaLenta Tarel Page so peacefully answered.

CaLenta Tarel Page departed his life on November 15, 2018. He was born to Clemson and Dorethia Page on July 14, 1982 in Marion South Carolina.

CaLenta graduated from Marion High School with the class of 2000 where he was a member of the Marion High Marching Band. CaLenta loved to sing and pray the drums. He also played drums for Now Faith Apostolic Church where he was a member. CaLenta not only played the drums for the church, he played for The Marion Hummingbirds where he was known to sing his favorite song “ Morning Dove”.

CaLenta also was a graduate of Everest University where he received an Associate of Science Degree.

CaLenta better known as “Clint” was preceded in death by his brother Clemson Page Jr. and his grandparents David and Ruth Page.

CaLenta memories will be cherished by his parents Clemson and Dorethia Page of the home, siblings Angela (Terry) White of Marion, South Carolina, Preston Page of Marion South Carolina, three nieces; Dashonda Lamar “Frezy” he would always call her, Kania Davis and Tamia White, great niece Kyla Lamar all he loved and was very proud of them. His grand mother Carrie Lamar of Marion South Carolina, a host of aunts, uncles and special cousins whom CaLenta loved and they love him dearly.

A very close friend from the age of four Julius Phillips.

CaLenta and his mother had a bond that was unbreakable. You would never see one without seeing the other.

 

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