Oliver Clements, 84, of Waynesboro, GA, Passed Away Thursday, April 9, 2015 at Her Home
Oliver Clements brings extensive knowledge to various fields. With an eye for detail and experience in business, Oliver also devotes considerable time and resources to books.
While serving as president of Industrial Works, he managed to substantially expand its growth.
Early Life and Education
Oliver Clements was an esteemed architect renowned for his vibrant Art Deco and Streamline Moderne designs of the 1920s and 30s. Additionally, his designs featured historicalist motifs as well as revivalism styles like Spanish Colonial Revival.
The Eyes of the Queen, book one in Agents of the Crown series, takes place during an extraordinary era in European history – one where poverty, persecution and barbarism had long since subsided, giving way to an Age of Enlightenment where scientists, philosophers and poets alike reached for greater heights of creativity and achievement.
Oliver was born on the farm of Quaker Thomas Clement in Elsinboro, New Jersey (1). From an early age he served as conductor on both Salem and Greenwich Lines of the Underground Railroad, helping freedom seekers locate safe passage through towns and villages inhabited by sympathetic blacks and whites (especially Quakers) (2).
Oliver Clements has been working as a software developer since 2008. Beginning at the British Oceanographic Data Centre and later moving onto Plymouth Marine Laboratory & PML Applications Ltd, his work has been published in scientific journals as well as presented at conferences worldwide.
He has long held a love of sports and been actively engaged with professional athletics as a coach and administrator. From 1959-1983 he led Columbus State University’s basketball and baseball teams to Conference Championships both junior college and Senior College levels.
At Columbus State, he also demonstrated his management capabilities by leading Houston Dynamo to two Major League Soccer Cup championships and becoming a charter member of Columbus State University Hall of Fame and Chattahoochee Valley Sports Hall of Fame.
Achievement and Honors
Oliver has received many honors and awards throughout his life. A graduate of West Virginia University, he has found success in professional sports, business, management and family matters.
He has been honored with inclusion on the Dean’s List after attaining a semester grade point average of 3.50 or above as a full time student, reflecting both talent and hard work. This prestigious distinction places him amongst the elite at his institution.
Oliver is an exceptional young person who takes his work extremely seriously. With an irrepressibly cheerful demeanor and working well with people from various backgrounds, his maturity and professionalism are a credit to both his parents and school; eventually he hopes to enroll in graduate study programs.
Matilda Oliver Clements of Waynesboro, Georgia passed away peacefully at home Thursday April 9, 2015 aged 84 years. Born in Telfair County Georgia she attended McBean Baptist Church as well as being married to James Franklin Clements with whom she owned and operated Clements Auto Wrecking together. Matilda enjoyed gardening and watching humming birds as hobbies before her passing was preceded by both brothers and sister who predeceased her.
The Eyes of the Queen is the inaugural book in Agents of the Crown series and takes place at a time when Europe has finally entered an Age of Enlightenment. Poverty, persecution, and barbarity have begun to fade as scientists, scholars, and philosophers make strides toward understanding but darkness remains active within European politics and society.
Oliver Clements serves as Senior Executive at FUTURE Designs UK operations and oversees commercial strategies and sales activities in that territory. Since joining the firm over 10 years ago, Oliver has made substantial contributions to its growth.
As a college student, he formed Flight of the Conchords alongside Bret McKenzie as a comedy duo known as Flight of the Conchords and began performing under that name. They have appeared on multiple TV shows and released multiple albums; additionally they wrote the song ‘Feel Inside (And Stuff Like That)’ for New Zealand charity Cure Kids.
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