Larry Michael Clinton was born on October 12, 1981, at his grandparent's home in Stilwell, OK the so of Mike and Anita Clinton. He departed to his Heavenly Home on October 31, 2022.
He was preceded in death my his grandparents Delmar and Rosalie Auffet, Jerry and Rita Harris. Along with his uncles George, Larry, and Dale Clinton.
He is survived by his treasured son Caleb Clinton of Hulbert. His parents Mike and Anita Clinton of Hulbert. His brother Dale Clinton and his wife Ehly of Broken Arrow. His sister Serena Heater and her husband Rocci of Hulbert. His nieces, Reese, Jillian, and Mira. His nephew George. His uncle Curtis and his wife Lois of Rocky Mountain, his aunt Kathy Francis of Stilwell. His uncle Gary and his wife Phyllis of Hulbert. His aunts Joann Clinton of Hulbert, and Debbie Sumrall and her husband Steve of Tulsa. And many beloved cousins and friends.
Michael was bigger than life, there is not enough ink to describe his one of a kind personality. That is evident in the outpour of love and condolences given to his family in this difficult time. If you had the pleasure of knowing Michael, you likely have multiple hilarious stories to share about him. He was boisterous, witty, generous, and incredibly loving, conversant, and surprisingly meticulous. Many describe him a just a big teddy bear. He loved fiercely and was very protective of his loved ones. He could play for hours. His son and any children in his life could never wear his patience when it came to play. He loved to teach. He had a passion for exploring and collecting, he would avidly share his findings with family, friends, and loved ones. He was most happy on a creek bank, and anywhere outdoors. It was impossible to embarrass him as he had no problem laughing at himself and he thrived on making others laugh, this lighthearted attitude was infectious. Michael's well-known hallmark was his huge hugs gave without reserve. Michael served in The Army National Guard and was deployed overseas for 8 months and 10 days. He joined Oklahoma National Guard January of 2001. He served two over seas tours supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom for which he received a Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal. He was honorably discharged in 2008, and was able to return home to his friends and family. He will be sorely missed by so many.