DECEMBER 24, 1984 – MARCH 15, 2019
Nathan Dean Clow, born December 24, 1984 became the son of Dean and Roxanne Clow and the brother of Jonathan on July 29, 1987.
He loved his family, dogs, children, and senior adults. The outdoors was his element and as a child he loved climbing trees which became rock climbing as he matured. In nature, he found many treasures overlooked by others.
He enjoyed working construction as a young adult, which was his niche. A wire artist, he specialized in crosses, and one of his earliest pieces was collected by the late Arkansas Lieutenant Governor, Winthrop Rockefeller.
Nathan had a kind and empathetic nature, which left him with a trail of friends and loved ones. He no long struggles with mental illness and addictions, which tormented him from a young age. He is now with the Lord.
Nathan is the brother of Jonathan Clow and wife Ordorm; uncle to Nicholas and Alexander; and grandson of Duke & Faye Mansell, Pete and Candy Slocum, Janice Putnam, Robert and Joyce Schwab, Del Clow. He is also survived by his birth mother, Tracy Schwab.
He is preceded in death by his grandfathers, Duke Mansell and Del Clow.
Family visitation will be Wednesday at Edwards Funeral Home from 5-7pm in the Chapel. Nathan’s service will be Thursday 10am at Grand Avenue Baptist Church under the direction of Edwards Funeral Home.
To place online tributes, visit www.edwardsfuneralhome.com
Dean and Roxanne Clow, Parents
Jonathan Clow and wife Ordorm, Brother
Nicholas Clow, Nephew
Alexander Clow, Nephew
Pete and Candy Slocum, Grandparents
Faye Mansell, Grandmother
Duke Mansell, Grandfather
Del Clow, Grandfather
Janice Putnam, Grandmother
Robert and Joyce Schwab, Grandparents
Tracy Schwab, Birth-Mother