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Clinton E. Clint Case
December 1970 - April 2012
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Clint Case, 41, of Hilmar, passed away after a long battle with illness. Clint was born in Ceres, California to Eddy and Marilyn Case. He attended Keyes Elementary School and, at age 10, attended Crowell School in Turlock. His Junior High years were in Chadwick, Missouri, and he returned to be near his Mom and graduated from Angels Camp High School.
Clint was a young man with high aspirations and ideals and he loved to help and serve others. He wanted to serve in the military or as a police officer. He worked for ten years as a Security Officer and for many years as a volunteer with the Fresno Police Department. As illness began to limit his physical activities, Clint was determined to continue serving God and helping people.
His faith became a vital part of Clint's life and values. He was instrumental in drawing his mother, his aunt, and others to a closer Christian faith and life. He was dearly loved and will be greatly missed.
Clint is survived by his mother Marilyn Campidonica of Hilmar, Step-dad Jim Campidonica of Chinese Camp, CA, numerous supportive and loving aunts and uncles, and many friends. Memorial contributions may be considered for Calvary First Assembly of God Church, 19840 Dayton Avenue, Hilmar, CA 95324. A Memorial Service will be held at Calvary First Assembly of God Church on Saturday, May 12th, 11:00. Please leave memories and condolences at

Turlock Journal,
Saturday, May 12, 2012