Clint T Mann

Thursday, March 12, 2020
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Clint T Mann, 4th Generation of the Mann Family of Red Lodge, passed away peacefully in the comfort of his home on the 4th of March, 2020. 

He was born on Aug. 21, 1964, to Steve and Linda Mann, and was the big brother to Jason and Justin. Clint grew up working, living, and loving life on local ranches in the Luther area. He was always considered a hard worker, one of the many qualities Clint inherited from his parents and grandparents, Ramon and Eileen. He always took great pride in his work building houses, fences, and plowing snow. Clint and his family found great pleasure and satisfaction being in the mountains cutting firewood. He loved being in the mountains any time of the year.

Clint loved all things outdoors, a quality he passed onto his children. He enjoyed skiing, hunting, golfing, fishing, and camping. Clint was a natural athlete from the moment he could walk, and continued his love for athletics by coaching baseball, football, as well as a life coach to his children. Along with his passion for the outdoors, he was a talented leatherworker and an excellent cook, especially with wild game he harvested during hunting season.

Clint was very wise, teaching his younger brothers and children all sorts of life lessons using experiences his dad and papa Ramon had shared with him. Clint was a hardworking, respectable, gentle and kind man that will be missed by family, many friends, and anyone who had the pleasure to meet him.

Clint is survived by his parents, Steve and Linda of Red Lodge; Nana Eileen Hyem; Brothers Jason of New York and Justin of Billings; Eldest child Lane and his wife Kayla of Bozeman, daughter Lyndsay and her husband Kaden with their children Mckenna and Kyson of Roberts; and youngest son Cooper of Red Lodge. Also many aunts, uncles, and cousins. He loved all of his family dearly.

Clint is preceded in death by grandparents Blaine and Lois Mann, and Ramon Hyem.

There will be no service at this time. We are planning a memorial service for the family at a later date. Memorials may be sent to St Jude Children Hospital.

Condolences can be made to the family at www.smithfuneralchapels.com

We love and miss you Dad and Son.

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The Carbon County News

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