Chandra Marie Osagie Clinkscale Born December 25, 1957, in Buffalo NY to Alice (Hyshaw)
and William L Reeves was called home to Jesus and God on July 13, 2023, in Columbus OH
after an extended illness. She is survived by the love of her life her loving husband and soul
mate, Lawrence “Lonnie “Clinkscale Jr; daughter Raquel (Roderick) Moore; grandchildren,
Arionne, Alexandra, Roderick Jr and great-daughter, Summer Moore-Clark. She is mourned by
a full loving family both blood and chosen. This includes four sisters: Beauti Lynnette Howell,
Donna Marie (Artie)Sanders; Tanya (Thomas) and Beatrice Gibson, and brother William
L. (Burdette) Reeves Jr; a beloved Uncle Robert Lee Reeves, who was a second father to her.
Her circle of love that also mourns her passing included the Kennedy clan, Bert, Marvin,
Sheleila Linda, and Dale.
She spent over 30 years in Dallas Tx and is mourned by her Texas family: Sabrina and Jake
Wilson, Lisa and O’Neva Shelton, Linda Peat; Ms. Vickie; Carol. She will be truly missed by her
two sisters of the heart, Cheryl Reeder-Davis, and Shirley (Niecy) Brumfield. She was well-loved
and will be missed by a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins.
She graduated from The Rayen School, attended Youngstown State University, and graduated
from Kaplan University in Dallas, TX. She was passionate about her relationship with God and
took pride in spreading his word. She believed in building a strong foundation within her family.
She enjoyed waking up early, taking morning walks, and listening to her gospel or favorite
musicians. She had a beloved soul and showed compassion to those in need. She was an
outstanding grandmother, mother, and wife. She led her life with love, patience, and forgiveness.
She had a love for gift-giving. She would always leave you with a good laugh with her witty
remarks. Her style was impeccable; if she loved something she had to have it in every color. Her
fried breakfast potatoes and all-natural fruit smoothies were her claim to fame! She always had a
love for science and the connection between health and nutrition. Her professional life included
various capacities in the health field as well as a history in culinary arts and security. She had a
lifelong love of learning and was always engaged in formal education or training. Later in life,
she developed an interest in crafting, floral arranging, and the arts, becoming a prolific painter
and handmade gift giver as her friends and family will attest.
She is preceded in the entrance to heaven’s gates by her parents, Aunt Betty Reeves, Charlene
Anderson, and beloved nephew Jo-Jo Sanders. Per Pet’s request, no calling hours or services