Clint Nathaniel Ervin, was born to his parents, Barbara and Joe Michael Ervin, Sr. on November 24, 1981 in Denver, Colorado. He was the third child born to this union and was raised with his siblings, Joe, Jr. and Erika. As a child, Clint earned the nickname “Clint the Man”. His grandfather, who would allow Clint to break down TV’s and put them back together also called him “Mr. Fix It”. In addition, everyone who knew Clint growing up knew that he LOVED CEREAL.
Clint was educated through Denver Public Schools where attended and later graduated from South High School. Clint furthered his education by attending driving school. He earned is Class A CDL Certification which became quite handy in his working career. He also received his Locksmith Certification.
By profession, Clint was a Class A CDL Truck Driver. He worked for companies such as Columbia Sanitary and Potties for the Rockies. His colleagues recall that he was reliable and a pleasure to work with. He was passionate about his job and always willing to help out when needed. No task was to little nor to large and he always performed his duties with a spirit of excellence.
In his free time, Clint enjoyed rapping, writing, producing music, trying new foods, playing video games, laughing, telling jokes, and enjoying life to the fullest.
Those that know him best describe him as the “Life of the Party”, he had a great sense of humor and big heart. He was right there anytime you needed him. He was loving, caring, and loyal.
He is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Adele Brooks Gresham and Tee Gresham and his father, Joe Michael Ervin, Sr.
Clint passed away on February 3, 2023. Those left to cherish his memory include his mother, Barbara Ervin; brother, Joe Michael Ervin, Jr.; sister, Erika Abundance; nephews, Dorian, Amir and Soloman; niece, Evelyn; partner, Sherise Kerford, and many friends.
Until We Meet Again...
Those special moments of you will always bring a smile
If only I could have you back for just a little while
Then we could sit and talk again just like we used to do
You always meant so very much and always will
The fact that you're no longer here will always cause me pain
But you're forever in my heart, Until We Meet Again...
He Only Takes the Best
God saw you getting tired
And a cure was not to be
So he put his arms around you and whispered,
Come to me.
With tearful eyes we watched you,
And saw you pass away.
And although we loved you dearly,
We couldn't make you stay.
A golden heart stopped beating,
Hard working hands at rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us,
He only takes the best.