Dan Murvin Clanton
Funeral Date: 9/3/2013

Obituary:
Dan Murvin Clanton, age 84, of Greenville, MS. died Thursday, August 29, at Mississippi Care Center in Greenville, MS. Born August 10, 1929 in Bradley County, AR. a son of the late William Reuben Clanton and Juanita Hargraves Clanton he was a retired tool and die maker, a U.S. Army veteran, member of Harmony Baptist Church and the widower of Reba Cooper Clanton who died January 20, 2013. They were united in marriage May 10, 1952. Survivors are 1 son Delton M. Clanton and spouse Kay, Greenville, MS. 1 brother Billy M. Clanton and spouse Lexie, Crossett, AR. 1 sister Nettie Frances Rainey, Crossett, AR. 1 grandson William Matthew Clanton and spouse Jessica, Greenville, MS. 1 great-granddaughter Emma Rylee Clanton, Greenville, MS. Several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, September 3, at Harmony Baptist Church in Greenville, MS. with Rev. Stephen Ramsey officiating. Jessica Clanton was soloist. Burial was 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 3 in Moseley Cemetery near Warren, AR. by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Wylie Martin, Marvin Carlisle, Gary Whitt, Jimmy O’Brian, Jeff Walsh, Caleb Walsh and Billy Clanton.

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Name: Norma and Floyd Jr. Johnston
Message: Murvin is now with God and his Reba doing great. sorry about his death.

Name: wendell rainey
Message: uncle murvin said he had to go see aunt reba and now they are together in heaven my prayers and thoughts go out to delton (my cousin)and his family may god bless all of you

Name: Lorene King Baswell
Message: Sorry to hear of the passing of Murvin, he and my brother Louie King were good friends back in the 50's when he and Reba were dating. He was a regular guest at our home, and all the family were very fond of him. May God bless you at this time.

Name: Verla Veasey
Message: Delton and family, I was so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. May you have much peace and comfort from friends and loved ones during this time of sorrow. Warren and Verla veasey