Julian C. Clinton was born January 24th, 1970 in Newport, Rhode Island to Charles and the late Yvonne Elder Clinton.
He was also the stepson of Beverly Clinton.
He accepted Jehovah at an early age and a man of faith. He was an active member of the Jehovah Witness Kingdom Hall. Julian went to Rogers High School in Newport, Rhode Island.
Julian was an Asbestos Technician, assigned to Asbestos Abatement team for several years, he also worked with calibration equipment and machines.
He was a long-time member of AA and NA where he enjoyed motivating and speaking with other. Julian enjoyed fishing, as an avid animal lover, and a lover of nature. He liked listening to Jazz and R&B music.
He was a Philadelphia Eagles and New York Knicks fan. Julian enjoyed writing poetry for many years.
Besides his father and stepmother, he is survived by a brother Parrish Clinton Sr. and his wife Robin of Fall River, a stepbrother Marcus Franklin and his wife Tamika of Olive Branch, MS and his sisters, April Clinton of Memphis, TN and Tamika Clinton of Rosedale, MD.
He is also survived by nine nephews, three great nieces, five great nephews, five aunts, three uncles, many cousins and friends who loved him. He was also preceded in death by an aunt, and an uncle.
Julian will forever live in our hearts.
More from What’s Up Newp
- Buy Local “Six Picks” – Local Art and Gift shops
- Opinion: Bishop’s 4th Street Diner and the North End Urban Plan
- Newport Illuminated Boat Parade canceled due to weather
- Six Picks: The best in local music this weekend – Neutral Nation, Deer Tick and the All-Star Stars
- MLK Center to host free community holiday dinner on December 1
- Newport, Tiverton groups sharing $660,000 in grants to strengthen nonprofits led by people of color
- Concert Recap and Photos: The Schemers ring in the holiday season at The Met
- Blackstone River Theatre Holiday Craft Fair and Festival returns with 24 crafters and live music
- Just My Opinion: What are you thankful for in 2021?
- Newport Jazz Festival releases 2021 Thank You Video