Jimmy Clem

Jimmy Clem


Jimmy Clem was born on Dec 13, 1932 in USA. Jimmy Clem's big-screen debut came with Winterhawk directed by Charles B. Pierce in 1975, strarring Little Smith.

Jimmy was a Cattle Rancher, where he owned and bred one of the most respected and revered Brahman cattle herds in the world for several decades. He was also a Movie Star, where he appeared in twelve movies, the most notable, the Town that Dreaded Sundown. He was in the oil business and was a road contractor. Mr. Clem was a veteran of the United States Air Force having served his country proudly in the Korean War. His biggest accomplishment in life was his family. He loved his family and enjoyed spending time with them. He was a devoted and proud father, grandfather and great grandfather. Jimmy lived life to the fullest and was a connoisseur of many of life's pleasures. He was a member of the Screen Actors Guild, a lifetime member of the Brahman Association and the National Cattleman's Association. He was of the Baptist Faith and graduate of Texas Tech University. Jimmy was preceded in death by his parents, Eric Melvin Clem and Mary Florence Clem, his two wives, Mary Catherine "Kitty" Clem and Eddie Lou Slider Clem, two sisters, Mary Dell Clem Parker and Jerry Clem.He is survived by his two sons and daughters-in-law: Burt and Jan Clem of Simms, Texas; Sam and Telka Clem of Texarkana, Texas; one sister: Cean Clem Bonner of Genoa, Arkansas; two stepdaughters: Kathy Constantine of Leary, Texas; Donna Welch of Dallas, Texas; one stepson: Bo Slider of Leary, Texas; one brother-in-law; Mark Parker of the Wamba Community; numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and a host of friends.

  • Birthday

    Dec 13, 1932
  • Place of Birth

    Redwater, Texas, USA

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