Daniel Lee Clemenz was born to Peggy and Leroy Clemenz on Aug 25, 1952 at Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati, OH. He attended school in Centerville, Ohio. During school, he was involved in Boy Scouts, Baseball, and studied piano. He was heavily involved in the Elktonian Choral Group, and the Centerville High School Band. His talents in bassoon earned him a music scholarship to Ohio University. He eventually earned a Bachelor's Degree in music education and a minor in piano performance in 1974. While at Ohio University, he received a prestigious award from Cambridge University in England of membership to the Royal Society of the Arts, Commerce and Science. There were only 12 of these awards given in all of the United States, and it was awarded to him from the president of the university.�From there he went on to earn a Master's Degree in Choral conducting from Florida State University. While in Tallahassee, he met his wife Phyllis, and they were married on November 23, 1979, they had three sons together. Dan spent the remainder of his life teaching music and serving God and his church. Throughout his life, he was a devoted husband, dedicated father, grandfather, and� A faithful Christian. He had a heart for�serving others,�teaching, and all things music.� He leaves behind his wife Phyllis. Sons: Roy, Jonathan, and James. Daughters in-law Stacy and Carly. And granddaughters: Sadie, Ella Kate, his first grandson is due in June.� � A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, June 1, 2019 at The Northview Church, 1000 Northfield Court, Roswell, GA 30076.