Cliff Kerr Obituary, Death Cause – Clifford D. Kerr, who was a resident of Hamilton, Ohio and had a total of 81 years of life, passed away on Tuesday, January 4, 2022, at the Kettering Medical Center. Cliff Kerr was born into the world on July 16, 1940, in Williamsburg, Kentucky, by his parents, Luther C. Kerr and Edna R. (Powers) Kerr. His parents resided there at the time. On September 4, 1958, he tied the knot with Joan Lewis in Hamilton. The ceremony took place there. When Cliff eventually made the decision to retire in 2014, his barber shop had already been in business for more than 56 years.
In addition to this, Cliff was a member of the Eastern Star, and for a period of five years, he held the position of chaplain for the organization. In addition to being the owner of R and K Bail Bond Service for over three decades and the operator of the business, he also held the titles of Kentucky Colonel, Notary Public, and Member of Benjamin Franklin Lodge #719. In 2001, he received the honor of being awarded Mason of the Year. In addition to his membership in the Laurel Ave. Church of Christ, he spent the better part of three decades working as a Special Deputy for the Butler County Sheriff’s Office.
Cliff is survived by his loving wife, Joan Kerr; his children, Cliff Kerr (Paula), Debbie Botts (Chet), and Tammy Patrick; his six grandchildren, Benny Kerr, Wes Kerr, Haley Kerr, Erica Taylor, Brandy Deltufo, and Kelly Mancera; five great grandchildren; three great great grandchildren; one brother, Charles Kerr (Jill); and three sisters, Flona Tewmey, Louella Taylor, and Judy Ward. Cliff was predeceased by both of his parents, Luther C. Kerr and Edna R. Kerr, as well as by his sister Donna Kelly.