‘Clem’ Clemmons leaves legacy as professional lawman

May 29, 2013
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The man whose presence helped keep order in the court for many years in Granbury is gone, but memories of his integrity and highly skilled law enforcement career remain.

Harold Leo “Clem” Clemmons died Monday, May 20.

He retired at age 77 in April 2011 from his most recent duties, as bailiff for Judge Ralph Walton in 355th Judicial District Court. That was preceded by a long line of adventures in various facets of law enforcement.


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