Antjuane “Twan” McClendon


Antjuane was born in Columbus, Ohio to Shirley and Ronald McClendon on Wednesday, October 6, 1976. Antjuane was 47 years old when our Heavenly Father called him home on April 23, 2024.

Antjuane enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He loved riding his motorcycle watching and playing
sports. His favorite teams being the Michigan Wolverines and the Denver Broncos. In his spare time he loved to
play golf. Antjuane loved to joke around and laugh with everyone.

He will be missed by all and is loved by many. Antjuane leaves to cherish in his loving memory, his mother,, Shirley McClendon; father, Ronald McClendon; sister, Ronnetta (Larry) Mitchell; brothers, Ronnie (Candace) McClendon, Timothy (Keena) Majors, Ronnie E. McClendon; best friend/brother, Lonny (Eden) Allen; nephews, Michael and Mikeal Thompson, Caron McClendon, Isiah Edwards and host of other nieces and nephews; aunts, Linda Mitchell, Candy, Cynthia, Tracy and Elizabeth Carpenter; uncle, Marvin McClendon and a host of cousins.

He is preceded in death by his grandfathers, Jeremiah K, Carpenter, Marvin McClendon Sr, and Ronald Hollins; grandmothers, Julia M. Carpenter, Emmie Carpenter, Bette L Hollins, and a host of uncles and an aunt.

Visitation 9:00 AM and Funeral Service 10:00 AM Saturday, May 18, 2024 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd.).

Interment at Evergreen Burial Park.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Belinda Rhoads

    I only worked with him a little over a year but taught me alot of different things. He was the “bad cop” when I need someone to be that. He will be missed in the office. Thankful for the time I did get to spend with him.

  2. Forever going to be missed❤️


    I’m truly going to miss you, your voice, your jokes, your help with my grandson Spencer, riding to work with you listen to music, you were so much fun words cant express how much I WILL MISS YOU ,, I just had you Michigan team shirt done and gave you a OSU water bottle as a gag gift which I got back — to keep☺, so miss Twan… Love you deeply ————-Renee Miller

  4. Sandy Haulter

    Oh my Twan. How does this happen to one of my sons! You@always called me if Brad wouldn’t answer. Always caring about others. I wish I could be there at your send off. I do feel good knowing you knew our Lord and i will see you again! Love you sweetie

  5. April Williams

    TWAN! You were larger than life- walking the hallways always smiling and balling during our years at Mitchell and wearing those Adidas kicks!
    I’m sending love and light to your family. Gone to soon bud, give Bales some love up there.

  6. Jason Vanzant


    I thank the Lord that our paths crossed while on this Earth. You were a wonderful friend and encouraging teammate. Your charm and humor are what many will remember about you, but I will also remember how supportive you were when we were in our youth on the field and court. You fell right in with the rest of us and were just loved. I’m glad social media connected us, if only for a short time. I will see you again my brother as we are only in this world, but not of this world. My heart goes out to your entire family, especially Mrs. Shirley, Ronnetta, and Putt. God bless you and keep you as he welcomes you to the kingdom.

    Pslam 34:18
    “The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.”

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