Sunset: November 22, 2020
Eugene McClam was the youngest of sixteen children, born to the late LeRoy and Scarlet Ann “McFadden” McClam.
Eugene attended the public schools in Cades of Williamsburg County. Even as a child he was always energetic and a fun, loving person. His parents taught him by living by example, how to show love, respect, honor for their elders, and how to have moral substance of the love of God. He was a person of genuine character. He was never a fake person. His children meant the world to him. Although he had many struggles in his life, that he overcame, he truly had a heart of compassion and love for his family and friends.
Eugene was preceded in death by his parents, LeRoy and Scarlet Ann “McFadden” McClam, and a sister, Tonette Denise Cunningham. He leaves to cherish his memories four children: Christopher Eugene LeRoy McClam of Macon, GA, Malachi Angelo Kulon of Stone Mountain, GA, Jeremiah Lee Rod Gibson of the home in Lawrenceville, GA; one daughter: Kiara Nikia Nicholson of Lawrenceville, GA; four sisters: Mary Nell Fulton of Lake City, SC, Leila Jacobo (Alphonso Valos) of Timmonsville, SC, Jennie (Everil) Hughes of Stone Mountain, GA, Laura (Melvin Washington) Turner of Lake City, SC, and Karen McClam of Lake City, SC; seven brothers: Curist (Celia) McClam of Myrtle Beach, SC, Levi (Michelle Kelson) McClam of Riverdale, GA, John Earl McClam of Lake City, SC, Rollin (Celeste Whitfield) McClam of Valdosta, GA, LeRoy Jr. (Jill) Cunningham of Myrtle Beach, SC, Christopher (Teresa) Cunningham of Myrtle Beach, SC, Derrick Cunningham of Myrtle Beach, SC; a very special friend of the home: Jennifer Kelly “Jen”; two dear friends that are like brothers: Sundown Walker and Brent Hamilton; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.