Stephen Clements Passed Away | Cause of Death
Stephen Clements Death & Obituary: It with so much sadness that friends and families of late Clements announced the death on social media.
Stephen Clements passed away January 7, 2020. He died at the age of 47. Friends, relatives and concerned individuals are painfully mourning the unexpected passing of the deceased.
InsideEko learnt about this death news through a social media post.
Unbelievably sad news this afternoon as former Cool FM presenter Stephen Clements has passed away aged 47.
Thoughts with his colleagues, family and friends at this incredibly difficult time.
RIP Stephen 🌹 pic.twitter.com/gNFpYEhz4W
— Cool FM (@coolfm) January 7, 2020
Our prayers are with families of the deceased and everyone mourning the death.
More details about this death and what really happened has not been released.
Stephen Clements Cause Of Death
The cause of death is not released yet. We are looking out for more details and circumstances surrounding the death. We will make update this post once we have new details available on this.
Tributes made to Stephen Clements:
Put my twin daughters to bed there & can’t help thinking about Stephen Clements. He left behind those 2 lovely kids & will never get to put them to bed again. His beloved Man Utd are playing aswell. Been a long time since a death of a famous person has hit me as hard as this 😣
— David Patterson (@DPatz13) January 7, 2020
This is a photo tweeted last night by Stephen Clements.
I’m absolutely shocked to hear of the sudden death of this great guy. My heart goes out to Stephens wife & children & family circle.
An absolute entertainer with a heart of gold. RIP pic.twitter.com/p7zthrlbnr
— Ian Logan (@ianLogan5) January 7, 2020
I think the death of Stephen Clements will affect lots because he was literally in our car driving to work with us everyday for so long, it’s like you personally knew him. My heart goes out to his wife, Poppy & Robbie 😭
— Mitchy (@mitchymoomoo) January 7, 2020
Strange how some deaths can really affect you. The deaths of both Paul Walker (the 1st Fast and Furious is one of my favourite movies) and now Stephen Clements who I listened to every day for years have both hit me really hard. All I am seeing/hearing now is about suicide and
— TheRealMac84 (@TherealMac84) January 8, 2020