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Clifford W. Ginn

FORT WORTH — Clifford W. Ginn passed away Thursday, June 30, 2016, at the age of 61.
Celebration of life: 3 p.m. Friday, July 8, at Brown, Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel.
Memorials: In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made in Clifford’s memory to the American Cancer Society.
Clifford was born May 24, 1955, in Fort Worth to the late Thomas and Doris Ginn. Clifford was known to his immediate family as “Superman Clifford.” He and his wife, Amy, both shared a love for private investigation and worked as a team. Clifford was a dedicated private investigator for over 25 years. He was also known for his loving dedication and loyalty to his wife and daughters as well as his family and friends.
Survivors: His loving wife of 18 years, Amy M. Ginn; daughters, Caitlin Ginn and Austyn Ginn; one brother; extended family; and countless beloved friends.

BROWN, OWENS & BRUMLEY
Family Funeral Home & Crematory
425 S. Henderson, 817-335-4557

Condolence Messages

  1. Sherri Davison

    Amy, Caitlin and Austyn,

    So sorry for your loss and the void you are feeling by his departure from this life to his eternal home. Please take comfort in the memories that you shared and knowing that he is no longer suffering. He will be dearly missed by so many and I am thankful to have known him. God Bless You, Sherri

  2. Suzanne Williams

    I am so sorry for your loss. Cliff was a great guy and he always made me laugh. He will be missed by many.

  3. To Cliff’s Family & Friends-We will never know how deep your loss is, but our lives were so enriched by Cliff in every Professional and Friendly, Compassionate way imagined. He is GREATLY missed and we are Honored to have share him for the time that we did. May God Bless and keep his Family.

  4. To say I will miss this man is a given. To say he changed my life, loved me unconditionally, was a caring loving husband and father, a great provider and a best friend also is a given. But I can tell you all that he rarely met someone whose life he didn’t touch. And he treasured all of his friends. We rarely had “clients”. We had friends we were doing work for but few clients. He was diagnosed as being Allturistic. And it’s the need to help people at all costs, to a fault. And thought “that doesn’t sound like a bad thing or something needing a label..” But whatever. I know my life has been a blast. We worked hard and played hard. And loved each other every step of the way. Almost 19 years.. As I sort thru photos I realize how bad the last 6 years of his life were. He was truly suffering. I realized around March I was grieving his loss and he wasn’t gone yet. But he was in a way and I missed it deeply. And I still do and imagine I always will. My personal thanks goes to all of you who take the time to sign this and send a caring message. Thank you. -Amy Ginn

  5. The AccuTrace Family

    Cliff will always have a special place in each of our hearts. We are truly blessed to have had him in our lives. He will be greatly missed.

    Many thoughts and prayers to his family and friends during this time & always.

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