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November 25, 2023
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There was never a dull moment with Clytee Felder-Knight as she enjoyed her favorite pastimes - traveling, shopping, or enjoying time with her family. On the evening of Saturday, November 25, 2023, our beloved was suddenly called home to be in the Lord’s eternal care. Although her passing was unexpected, we can find peace that she lived most of her eighty three years on her own terms.
Clytee was born in McComb, Mississippi July 2, 1940 to Willie Felder and Wiltenah Smith. She is preceded in death by her parents, plus two of her siblings, Willie James Felder and Frank Felder. She is survived by her brothers Alcee Felder and Clenis Felder.
After attending trade school in New York, Clytee worked hard as a presser at the cleaners in Brooklyn and Manhattan. She also obtained her commercial driver’s license to work for a transportation business, and as a driver for the Long Island Cab service. She continued to serve others as a home health care provider until she retired.
Clytee suffered losing three of her children Bruce Washington, Jonathan Stephen Thompson, and Sarah Williams. She still found a way to enjoy each day by spending time with her surviving children Robert Felder, Shillie Spears, Antony Felder, Thomas Felder (Tiffany), Yvette Knight, and Sequain Felder.
Everyone who knew Clytee, knew she loved playing softball when she was younger. She leaves many memories with her beloved friends Gladys, Bernice, Barbara, Dorothy and Louise as well. Her legacy will live on in the hearts of all those who loved Clytee Felder-Knight. May we all learn from her lesson to live life with no regrets, just growth until we transcend.
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