Palmer – Clement ( Clem )

Posted by on March 3, 2021 in Obituaries | 7 comments

Palmer – Clement ( Clem )

Passed away at Eventide Homes, Stawell on March 1st 2021, Dearly loved husband to Lynette ( Dec ) , Loving father to Dianne, Garry, Megan & Families. The Funeral of the late Mr Clement ( Clem ) Palmer will be held at the Stawell Uniting Church on Thursday March 4th 2021 commencing at 1.00pm. A Private Cremation will follow. No Flowers by request donations to Parkinson’s Victoria would be appreciated. Livestreaming of the service will be available, Please go to our website and click on the livestream tab to view the service.


  1. Rip Clem such a gentlemen was such an honour to have known u and cared for u may u rip!! Thinking of all ur family at this sad time xxx

  2. Love and best wishes to Dianne, Garry, Megan and their families on the passing of Clem. We were sorry to hear of your loss and that we are unable to be there with you in person to help celebrate what has no doubt been a very full and wonderful life. Pete and Del Wyatt

  3. Our Deepest Sympathy to Dianne, Garry,,Megan & families.. Fond memories of Clem and his involvement & support to the Joel Community. Wayne,,Lorraine Perry & family

  4. Fond memories of my dearest Uncle Clem, now reunited with Aunty Lyn in heaven. I treasure many childhood memories of days spent at Joel South, they were wonderful and blessed times.

    I appreciated being able to attend his service today virtually.

    Love to Di and Wally, Gary and Sue, Megan and Paul, and their families. My thoughts are very much with you at this time.

    Lee Wormald

  5. I want to pass on my sincere condolences to Megan, Dianne, Gary and your families for the loss of Clem. I have such wonderful memories of both of your parents growing up. They really were the most kind, gentle and caring people, and everything you could ask for in a neighbour. I loved my time being babysat at your house when Mum was on nightshift. Lynette would always let me help her bake and Clem was always in for a morning and afternoon cuppa (and a sample of the baking!) and a chat and quite often let me follow him around the sheds. I learned from a very young age that Clem summed up the term “a perfect gentleman”.
    The service was really beautiful and I hope you find peace in knowing he’s now with your Mum.

    With sympathy.
    Kristy Woodhouse (Cossar)

    • Well said Kristy they were beautiful people and the best of neighbours and friends

  6. Sad to see clem go .he was a good man ..he will be up there looking after all the dogs he had..

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