Clint Byron Marable, 79, died November 14, 2020 at his home in Sherman, TX. He was born in Petersburg, TX in 1941 to Charles Alvin Marable and Marion Inez Webster Marable.
Clint grew up as the oldest of five children in Mabank, TX where he participated in FFA, played football and enjoyed spending time in the woods and creek with his siblings. Post high school, he served our country for four years in the Navy while stationed in San Jose, CA. After graduating with an agricultural degree from East Texas State University, he spent most of his working career in construction as a Contractor and working for the State of Texas.
Clint was passionate about serving the Lord, his family, caring for animals and restoring cars. Together with the love of his life, Anita, he instilled a core set of values in family and friends that will live on through the legacy they created. Clint never met a stranger and had a special ability to bond with anyone who crossed his path. He saw the good in everyone and everything. The size of his smile was only surpassed by his heart of gold.
He was an active member and servant leader at Victory Life Church of Sherman.
He was a man of many talents and there was nothing he couldn’t do. He built a beautiful home in Sherman with help from his son and father-in-law, that became a place of lasting memories for family and friends. He most recently spent his spare time restoring classic cars.
Clint is survived by his children, Dale Marable and wife Joanna, of Sherman, TX, April Wallace and husband Andrew of Prosper, TX; grandchildren, Clay Marable of Little Rock, AR, Emma Hyslip and husband Chance of Luella, TX, Carmen Moreno of Sherman, TX, Austin Wallace and Hunter Wallace of Prosper, TX; siblings, Daniel Edgar Marable and wife Regina, Cleo Annette Shumate and husband Hardy, Ina Mae Hughey and husband Lynn, and Mary Katherine Taylor and husband Robert.
He was preceded in death by his parents, and by his brother, Charles Edward Marable.
Clint Byron Marable: Servant, Husband, Father, Sibling, Mentor.
A memorial service will be held on Thursday, December 10, 2020 at 11:00 AM at Victory Life Church, located at 4100 North Travis Street Sherman, TX 75092. Due to Covid-19, masks will be required at the service. Social distancing is requested.
Will deeply miss my friend and buddy Clint. I still can’t imagine life without them both. Many yrs of great memories and good times together. I know we will see them again. All our love to the family.
You and Anita will forever be in my heart!! I love you guys!!
I loved you both so very much. My heart is broken for you and Dale and April. So sorry to not be at the service, but due to health problems I can’t. Will surely be there in spirit.
Love and prayers for you ALL. ❤️??
Clint and Anita are precious people. They were always kind and friendly anytime we saw them and radiated Christ’s love. We will forever have warm memories of them. So sorry, Dale and April, you and your family are in our prayers. We find comfort in knowing that will all be together again.
I will always cherish the times I spent with y’all as a child. You and Anita will forever be in my heart.
Clint was such a good friend and an inspiration to all. He tried to help everyone and always set a good example for what a husband and dad should be. We will miss him and Anita always!
Dale and April, we loved your parents without limit. We will miss them so much. You are in our prayers.
It is so hard to say farewell to friends and to those with whom and for whom I have worked for years. So many memories.
My thoughts, prayers and condolences to the family of Clint and Anita.
Two wonderful friends! I will surely miss them. So hard to believe.
My love to the family, April and Dale. Love you all!
Clint was a very good friend and coworker for many years. Anita would come along to our meetings. They were both wonderful people. My prayers go out to all the family and friends they loved so much.
I meet Clint as a Septic inspector. Knew right there he was good people. Then I met Anita when I sold her Mommas house. She was beautiful inside and out. They were the kindest people around. I will truly miss them. God and the angels are the lucky ones, they have them now.
Clint and Anita were always such a joy to be around. They will always be remembered for their huge smiles and servants hearts. How they will be missed!
God bless you Dale and April. May the Lord flood your hearts with peace.
Anita and Clint were our dear friends!So much fun! Two trips to Canada.One to Mova Scotia and one to Niagra Falls! What fun !I worked with Anita in Customer Service at Dillard’s!They were such hard workers!Ray and Clint loved to get together!We loved you both My heart hurts for you all!Dale and April I wish I could hug you both!They loved God and family.I will miss them!!
Clint, you will be missed. It was nice getting to know you over the years.
May the Lord fill you with peace and love.
Clint was always a joy to be around and a pleasure to work with. He loved to talk about his cows and working on his trucks & tractors. It was such a shock to hear of his passing. He will be greatly missed. He served Grayson County well. Your family is in my prayers.