Shirley Ann Clinton was born January 21, 1954 in Stuttgart, Arkansas to Cicero Tardy and Roberta Smith. She was raised by her loving parents, Henry and Roberta Smith. She attended and acquired her early years of education at Holman School System in Stuttgart, Arkansas. With the love of technology, she later studied computers at Southern University. She was employed at Restoration of Hope in Stuttgart, Arkansas. She confessed her hope in Christ at an early age at Mason Temple in Stuttgart, Arkansas. In later years, she finished her Christian journey at Bible Believers House of Faith under the pastorate of Elder Steven Reed. On March 16, 2018 at the age of 64 – life being like a vapor James 4:14- Shirley Ann Clinton passed away peacefully at home.
She was preceded in death by three great- grandchildren; Chauncey Cox, King Martin and Jayceon Brooks; two brothers, Andrew Smith and Edward Smith and one sister, Donna Smith.
She leaves to treasure her memories; mother, Mrs. Roberta Smith; three daughters, Regina Jones of Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Latricia Trimble of Chicago, Illinois and Marconia Clinton of Little Rock, Arkansas; five sons, Rodney Lasley of Marinette, Wisconsin; Walter (Rose) Trimble Jr. of Bolingbrook, Illinois; William Clinton, Richard (Camille) Clinton and Corneil Clinton all of Little Rock, Arkansas; four brothers, Henry Smith of North Port, Alabama; Steven Smith, Charles Smith and David Smith and half-brother, Billy Cole of all from Stuttgart, Arkansas; aunt, Maeola Jackson of Stuttgart, AR; 19 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren with a host of other relatives and friends.