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Clinton Jason Urban

Clinton Jason Urban, 46, passed away April 13, 2019.  He was born March 11, 1973 in Sarasota to Norma (Martin)  and the late Joseph Urban.  In addition to his father, he is preceded in death by his step-father, Kenneth R. Knowles and his step-sister, Laura Furey.  

Clint was a life long resident of Bradenton and a member of The Tabernacle Church.  He was a Master Plumber and owned his own plumbing company.  Clint was a Royal Rangers Commander and a foster parent.  For fun he enjoyed camping, hunting, scuba diving and being a member of the NRA.  

Left to cherish his memory are his wife of 23 years, Alisa; children, Jordan, Meagan, CJ, Jason, Nicholas, Jonathan and Ryan; and four foster children; brothers, James Urban and his wife Jennifer of Myakka City, Florida; Ken Knowles and his wife Sandy of Moyock, North Carolina; sister, Bonnie St. Pierre and her husband Dan of Merimack, New Hampshire; brothers-in-laws, Lee Whitehurst and his wife Carol Ann of Bradenton, Florida; and Brad Whitehurst of Birmingham, Alabama; mother, Norma Knowles of Bradenton, Florida; and his father and mother in law, Leeroy and Marge Whitehurst of Bradenton, Florida.  

Funeral service will be on Saturday, April 20, 2019 at 2:00 PM at The Tabernacle Church, 4141 Desoto Road, Sarasota, Florida 34235.  

Memorial contributions may be made to Clint’s Go Fund Me page at www.gofundme.com/urban-family-medical-expense.  Memories and condolences may be left online at www.MaloneyFuneralHomeCares.com.  


  • Lee Whitehurst April 17, 2019 4:21 pm

    Clint was a very caring man who would do anything for you. He was a wonderful brother (in-law) and a great friend. I will always miss him.

  • Gloria Urban April 19, 2019 2:22 pm

    Clint was special. He was a good playmate with his urban and navitsky cousins throughtout childhood and high school and then some. He was a darling toddler and grew to be a man of Faith and dedication to his wife and family and extended family. I Aunt Gloria will remember his most genuine smile and silent chuckle that he gave to me at Manatee Memorial Hospital the first time I visited him in ICU. Something I will have forever. Peace and comfort to all. Love,Aunt Gloria

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