Stephen Clements Bio – Wiki
Stephen Clements was BBC Radio Ulster presenter who passed away suddenly. Stephen was from Carrickfergus and lived at Bell Fast. He leaves behind a wife and two children, Tributes have poured and BBC Northern Ireland Director Peter Johnston said: “We are sorry to bring you the sad news of the passing of our colleague Stephen Clements.
“Our thoughts are with Stephen’s family, friends, and colleagues, at this difficult time.” Later, Fellow BBC Radio Ulster presenter Vinny Hurrell tweeted: “I really can’t believe this. RIP Stephen.
Stephen was 47 years during his time of death.
Stephen’s Wife & Children
He was married to Natasha Clements, and the couple had two children. He prayed on Twitter yesterday and posted a heartwarming tweet from his family with emoji symbols of love.
The BBC Radio Ulster presenter Stephen Clements has died suddenly. He was 47. The broadcaster had presented the mid-morning Stephen Clements Show on the station since September.
In a statement, Stephen’s brother Gavin Clements said: “We are devastated to lose Stephen who was deeply loved by his family and friends.
“We would ask for time to come to terms with this news and for privacy at this difficult time.”
The presenter, who was married with two children, began his radio career with Citybeat. He then hosted Q Radio’s Breakfast Show for seven years, before moving to the BBC last year.
Before working on the radio, Mr. Clements studied geography at university and lived in South Korea for a period of teaching English. BBC Northern Ireland Director Peter Johnston said: “We are sorry to bring you the sad news of the passing of our colleague Stephen Clements.
“Our thoughts are with Stephen’s family, friends, and colleagues, at this difficult time.”
Friends and colleagues have been quick to pay their respects to Mr. Clements, who began his full-time career as a radio presenter in his late thirties and quickly became highly popular.
Writing on Twitter, TV presenter Eamonn Holmes sent his “heartfelt condolences” to the Clements family.
No more chats @radiostephen …. I'll miss you , your listeners will miss you. My Heartfelt condolences to your family. A lesson for us all to live life because we don't know how long it will last. Sad , sad times. How can you be gone ? #RIP
— Eamonn Holmes (@EamonnHolmes) January 7, 2020
Fellow BBC Radio Ulster presenter Stephen Nolan said his colleague’s “warmth on air was a true reflection of the real you – a kind, decent human being with so much natural talent”.
Mr. Clements was the patron of the charity Autism NI, which was among those to post online tributes.
Autism NI are saddened to hear the sad passing of our Patron Stephen Clements. Our thoughts and prayers are with his immediate family and friends. Stephen was a great supporter for autism across Northern Ireland. pic.twitter.com/pwCC4lTlAX
— Autism NI (@AutismNIPAPA) January 7, 2020