Clarence Scales Jr.


Clarence Edwards Scales, Jr was born August 9, 1965 in Columbus, OH to Clarence Edwards Scales, Sr and Betty Geraldine Thompson-Johnson. Clarence attended Whetstone High School and worked many years in nursing.

God called Clarence home Saturday, August 31, 2019. He is preceded in death by his loving parents, Betty Geraldine Thompson-Johnson and Clarence Edwards Scales, Sr; grandparents; sisters, Michelene Johnson and Debra Herbin; brother, Tommy Clyburn; and friend, Tina Patterson;

Clarence leaves to cherish his memory, brother, John Scales; nieces, Ebony Hogg and Camishawn Hogg; nephews, Rodney Hogg and William (Ciarra) Harmon; special cousins, Sue Vinson, Jeannetta Armsted, and William A. Hooker; special friends, Paulette Russell, Angis Battles, Maria Patterson, Linda Milton, Monie McDogal, and Alan; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Visitation 6:00pm and Memorial Service 7:00pm Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Condolence Messages

  1. Rest well Cuz

  2. Over forty years ago Clarence spend part of a summer with my family. I hope it was as good an experience for him as it was for us, he left us with many happy memories. So sorry he left this world so soon, condolences, Monica Durbin


    Rest well Lil Dude I love you and gonna miss you I can hear you call my name Michelle Dickerson that is what you called me. You are in God’s care now
    Michelle Dickerson

  4. Jeanetta Armistead

    I love you cuzin you was one of the ones showed me how to dress along with Tommy and Johnny I remember when you wore your hair short and everybody was calling you El Debarge lol you will be missed but never ever forgotten.❤️

  5. Rest in Peace My Long Time Friend ❤

  6. Rest well my best friend you know I’m going to really miss you I don’t know how I’m going to be able to deal with the day but I’m going to deal with it for you because I know what you expect from now still can’t believe that you’re gone but God called you back home with that being said you will always be on my mind and most definitely always be in my heart

  7. He have his wing now fly high my friend

  8. RIP As I always called him Little Dude gone but not forgotten fly high my Angel

  9. As I sit here remains our times together cooking on the, can’t help thinking of u, it is the wee our n the morning boy n that short time many, many memories,laughter I hear ur laugh right now,How I miss u so my friend…God Bless u my friend. Ur missed.

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