Pratt, Clarence

Clarence Pratt, 74, of Huntington, passed away Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at Cabell-Huntington Hospital. Funeral service will be conducted 11:00 A.M. Monday, April 26, 2021 at the Kenova Church of Christ with Minister Amos Prince and Minister Chris Stevens officiating. Interment will follow in the Catlettsburg Cemetery. Clarence was born March 20, 1947 in Kenova, W.Va. a son of the late Charles and Helen Arnold Pratt. He was a retired employee of the J.H. Fletcher Company. Clarence was a member of the Kenova Church of Christ and loved to play golf. Survivors include his beloved wife Dinah M. Pratt; three sons and a daughter-in-law David Swinford (June), Phillip B. Swinford and Scott Pratt; one brother and sister-in-law Joe Pratt (Peggy); six grandchildren Phillip B. Swinford, Jr., Violet Marie Swinford, Adam Swinford, Faith Lyons, Sarah Swinford and Levi Swinford and five great-grandchildren David Lyons, Jessie Lyons, Ada Swinford, Trea Swinford and Scarlet Swinford. Friends may call Sunday, April 25, 2021 from 6:00-8:00 P.M. at the Kenova Church of Christ. Mask and social distancing will be observed. Rollins Funeral Home in Kenova is assisting the family. Online condolences may be expressed at

3 Replies to “Pratt, Clarence”

  1. My heart is sad, I have lost a great friend and brother. One who I worked with for thirty some years and played golf with for just as many. He was a great example of a Christian man as I have ever seen. We shared and talked about so many things as we played golf together something I have truly missed since moving out of the area. But we still stayed in touch with each other. He was so funny every time I would call he would tell me I am glad you called because I lost your number. I am so sorry that I can’t make it to the funeral, but my deepest condolences go out to Dinah and the rest of the family and we will see Clarence again one day for that is the hope we have. Thank you God!

  2. Praying for family Clearance felt like my family I have so many memories of the family his mom was my best friend we enjoyed lots of happy times together I will always remember all good times. Now Clearance paid the price for his place with our loving Jesus.

  3. My heart is heavy…Prayers have gone up for you since mom let me know of your illness. Over the last few weeks, I have been reminded of being a teenager and being asked in Bible class – name the 12 Apostol’s. Once you finally got them all, he never asked again…but he asked you EVERY class till you finally got it. Thirty plus years later, I still remember him asking and turning around and writing the names in chalk. He truly made a difference in me and many others. As his family, I can’t imagine your pain, as I hurt too. He was always on my list to speak with, even if it was just a handshake, whenever I would come back to visit. He was one of a kind…he meant a lot to me. We need so many more like him for our youth today. My prayers for all, and know I hurt with you.

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