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Sharon Lynn McBee-Clements

Sharon Lynn Clements, 66, of New London, CT transitioned at home as per her request, on May 8, 2024. Affectionately known as “Queen Warrior” by her husband, Guy E, Clements, Sr., for almost 18 years. They remained together for over 28 years. Sharon was both raised and educated in New London, and she retired after more than 20 years of service with Aramark Food Services, Inc., at the United States Coast Guard Academy.  Sharon was born in Fall River, Massachusetts to the late Albert L. and Alzira Medeiros McBee of New London, CT.  

Besides her husband Sharon leaves to mourn her passing, siblings Jacqueline Noble-Dechenes of Punta-Gorda, FL, James (Julie) of Aurora, CO, her “womb-mate for nine months but twin for eternity Karen L. McBee Mims. She is also survived by her daughter Shardell “Delli” Hill, and granddaughter Zira K. Hill, of New London; three stepchildren, Guy E. Clements, II (Laura) of Matthew, NC, Chenoa C. Clements of Hartford, CT, and Joshua D. Clements of Manchester, CT. Then there is her loyal dog, her other companion, and nurse, Bella – her five-year-old “fuzzy, face fur ball”. A host of nephews, nieces, other family members, and friends near and far. 

All cards, flowers, and donations should be sent to the family at 41 Ocean Avenue, New London, CT 06320. The family would like to thank everyone aware of Sharon’s demise so far, for the kind words and generosity, the overwhelming support and prayers, and her prayer team of various faiths and ethnicities. It matters not who or where you are from, what matters is that the heart and mind are pure. We all serve an all-knowing God.

At the request of Mrs. Clements, witnessed by her attorney and two siblings, there will be no celebration of life, no funeral, wake or repast; she has requested that her remains be laid to rest in a private ceremony.

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Missing you on your birthday! I know you’re safe, at peace and resting. Truly a queen warrior. I will always remember and treasure your friendship. One of the best… God always brings those closest to him back home in paradise. I love you Sharon!💔


May God continue to carry you and your family during this unbearable time. Johnese Smith Jenkins and Family


My deepest condolences to Guy Sr. and the entire family. Sharon, may you rest in peace.

Winnita Drayton


Auntie Thank You for being authentically YOURSELF with your Meek and Mild spirit. Thank You for sharing UNCLE with me with no complaints. You were the Best Partner that any Man can ask for. Thank You for always being that listening ear for me anytime of day or night when I needed it with NO JUDGEMENT. What's understood don't need to be explained. You were A Great God fearing Woman loved by many. I will definitely miss and Love you forever. May You continue to rest in the arm of our Savior. See you on the other side.

UNCLE Blooma will continue to pray for ur Strength...Love You to the Moon and back.


Sharon was my cousin and one of my best friends. We experienced so many things together and I am thankful for all of them. I will always miss you and prayer that we will see each other again in our after life. Love you Sharon. Thank you for being my friend my cousin and my maid of honor at my wedding. God Bless you and save me a spot in heaven next to you. Love you

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