Lily Clingner  Death, Obituary –  Lily Grace Clingner, who was 17 years old and originated from Dayton, Ohio, passed away on December 16, 2022 as a result of circumstances that could not have been anticipated. It was determined that the cause of death was a car accident after an investigation. Her birthday is April 12th, and her parents are Brian Clingner and Amy (Craig) Clingner. She was born in Dayton, Ohio, in the year 2005. Emily is the name of the sister she has. Lily was one of the students who earned a spot on the honor roll while she was attending Fairborn High School.

In addition, she participated in a wide variety of extracurricular activities, such as running cross country, serving on the prom committee, and being a member of ASL, LEO, and varsity club, amongst other things. She even served as the prom committee chair. Her interests ranged from the performing arts (such as singing and dancing) to the visual arts (such as painting). In addition to that, she was interested in the visual arts. Phyllis Clingner, who was Lily’s grandmother on her mother’s side, had already passed away before Lily was even conceived of as a baby.

In addition to her parents, she is survived by her two brothers, Logan and Owen; her maternal grandparents, Diana and Robert Craig; her paternal grandfather, Robert Clingner; her uncles, Scott (Elizabeth) Craig and their children, Macy and Allison; Robert Clingner and his son, Jaxson; her boyfriend, Eithan Sorrells; as well as extended family members and a large number of friends. She is also survived by her extended family members and friends. Everyone here will grieve her passing in their own unique ways.

A celebration will be conducted in her honor on the evening of Tuesday, December 27, 2022, beginning at five o’clock in the evening and continuing until nine o’clock in the night at the Dayton FOP, which can be found at 4275 Powell Road in Huber Heights, Ohio 45424. Flowers are not required, however memorial contributions can be sent to the cross country and track & field teams at Fairborn High School in lieu of sending flowers. The funds will be split up between the two different programs in an even manner.