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Mrs. Chelsie D'Nay Clerge'

December 1, 1995 ~ January 21, 2021 (age 25)

Obituary

Chelsie D'Nay Clerge' was born December 1,1995 to parents Dexter and Stacie Miller in St. Louis, Missouri. Chelsie was married to her beloved husband Dukenson Clerge' on May 7, 2017.

At a young age, Chelsie was always enthusiastic, ambitious and took every opportunity to use her talents within school and church. Though Chelsie was diagnosed with the chronic disease of Sickle Cell Anemia at the young age of 2 months old, it did not stop her from being the fun-loving jewel that she was. Cheerleading was her trademark as she won several championships in high school, and also coached professionally in her young adulthood.

Chelsie graduated from Ladue High School in 2014, and attended Herzing University with aspirations of becoming an Accountant. Chelsie wore many hats and thrived as a Paralegal and Payroll Specialist. She excelled within her field, and was known by Co-workers to be a hard worker and always willing to go the extra mile and help others. Chelsie also worked as a nanny for many years, and shared her warm nurturing spirit to every child she encountered.

Chelsie loved to travel and explore new landmarks. She and her husband enjoyed spontaneous "baecaetions" together visiting cities all across the country, and had plans to visit Dukenson's home country of Haiti.

Chelsie accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior at a young age, and was deeply loved by her family and friends. Her bright smile was contagious and her warm, loving spirit that touched so many will dearly be missed.

She leaves behind her husband, Dukenson Clergé; mother, Stacie Sims and father, Dexter Miller; cherished by grandmothers, Vleereather Reece (maternal) and Eva Miller (paternal); aunts, Ashlie Reece (maternal), Elainna Hudson, Eva Thomas, and Zorina Miller (paternal); uncles, James Reece Jr., Theodore Jr., Denzel Rankin (maternal); and stepfather, Henry Sims. Chelsie was preceded by her great grandmother Helen Moore (maternal); grandfathers James Gene Reece and Theodore Rankin (maternal), James Miller (paternal), and uncle Raydell Nichols (paternal). Her memory will be forever cherished by her great aunts, great uncles, many cousins and friends.

God gave each of us the gift of life, and Jesus Christ gifted us with eternal life. Though we all share sorrow with the loss of our beloved Chelsie, let us go forth sharing love, kindness and peace knowing that she is eternally safe in the arms of our Heavenly Father.

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 Service Program


Services

Visitation
Saturday
January 30, 2021

9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
West Central Chuch of Christ
4662 Delmar St.
St. Louis, MO 63108

Funeral Service
Saturday
January 30, 2021

10:30 AM
West Central Chuch of Christ
4662 Delmar St.
St. Louis, MO 63108

Interment
Saturday
January 30, 2021

Lake Charles Memorial Park
7775 St. Charles Rock Road
St. Louis, MO 63114

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