CLARENCE HAYWOOD TRICE, was born on February 6, 1965 to Annette Ringgold and the late Shadeed Rahmaan , in the Providence Hospital. Clarence was known to many as Champ especially family and friends. he departed this life on November 5th, 2018. Clarence attended public school of Baltimore City, graduating from Lake Clifton High School.
Clarence, later in life became a foreman under his uncle, Louis's construction Company, which motivated him to become an Entrepreneur of his own Construction Company for many years. Champ was often a bouncer for a lot of our family events and parties. he enjoyed spending time playing cards with his mother; everyday (That was their me time). He was well known for his pranks, funny sense of humor, and being very protective of his loved ones (especially his mother). He was just like his father always the protector of family and friends. Whenever we would ask for help, he would be right there in no time. He was family oriented and would always put others before himself. He would always visit his family and friends often just to make sure they were okay. His favorite quote was ' I don't want any trouble, but best believe if you tried to give him some, you will end up with a lot of it.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Patricia Trice; father Shadeed Rahmaan; brother, George Ingram; sister, Suwanne Trice and Mary Collins; aunt, Littie; uncle, James and Louis.
He leaves to cherish is fond memory are his loving and devoted mother, Annette Ringgold, Godmother, Naomi Divers; three sons, Clarence Trice Jr., Haywood Clarence Trice, and Cornelius Trice,; four daughters, Landa, Lavonda, Boo-Boo and Victoria; four brothers, Daryl Knight, Tyrone Trice, Akil Trice and Uzid Trice; one sister, Wendy Moody; four aunts, Delores, Clestine, Catherine (aka Boo-Boo) and Thomasine; one uncle Louis; brother-in-law, Brad,; best friends, Pluto, cousin David and a host of other family and friends.
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