Clifton Eugene Duncan began his life journey January 15, 1961 in Nashville, Tennessee to the union of Mary Etta Duncan and Clifton Floyd.
At a young age he was later raised by Tom and Lillian Covington. Eugene professed his life to Christ in the late 90’s.
Clifton received his formal education in the Williamson County Public School Systems, graduating from Fred Page High School. He worked at Allied Moving Company and Marine Group in Murfreesboro.
Eugene loved telling jokes and going fishing; it didn’t matter what kind of fish or maybe even a turtle or two. He would take his time to clean everything he caught. He could fix anything you brought to him because he was always tinkering with things.
Eugene also loved to eat, he thought he could cook while standing by the stove the whole time. He enjoyed watching Investigation ID. He would call his family and friends early in the morning, didn’t have much to say, he just wanted to know that we were alright. He liked arguing with his sister’s with a smile, just so he could be the first to hang up the phone.
Eugene was preceded in death by his brothers, Leroy Wilson Jr., and Charles Wilson, sisters, Mary Ann Claybrooks and Carol Duncan.
He leaves to cherish his memories sisters, Claudette (Pete) Pittman, Carolyn (Weakley) Poole, Wanda (Lawrence) White, of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, and Kimberly Whitley of Las Vegas, Nevada, favorite nephew, Jeff Claybrooks, devoted cousins, Thomas Jr. and Mike Claybrooks, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, family, and friends; devoted friends, Alonzo McClain, Ronnie Osborne, Andy Ridley, fishing buddy, Mr. Bobby.