Clarence David has spent decades running from the law, but now he’s surrendered to authorities.
On Monday morning, he called the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and requested to surrender. When deputies arrived, he was partially paralyzed and unable to walk.
Early Life and Education
Clarence David Toledo, Jr. (Ashkiil bahe Niyya), 71 of Williams, Arizona passed away December 28, 2020. He was a Dine singer-songwriter who lived his life with passion for justice and protecting mother earth through his songs.
He was born on the Navajo Nation of New Mexico to the Nakai Dine Clan on his mother’s side and Red House Clan on his father’s. Survived by his wife Kathleen Seekatz; children Adakai and Cynthia Toledo, Summer Toledo, Fashawna and Gilbert Toledo-Portillo, Dylan Toledo; as well as 13 grandchildren.
Thomas has long been a champion of First Amendment free expression rights, often taking an originalist approach when interpreting the Constitution. This approach has led him to provoke much controversy both for his legal opinions and views on the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.
Clarence David is an attorney based in Ironton, Ohio who specializes in Family Law, Civil Litigation: Plaintiff and Criminal Defense.
His law firm boasts over 300 attorneys and is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell. Additionally, he is a member of Super Lawyers – an elite organization that selects only the top legal minds in America.
In 2017, he launched his own YouTube channel and quickly gained over 2 million subscribers. On it he posts pranks, reactions, challenges as well as vlogs featuring his wife Naija and children.
Clarence David also owns ‘Designed By White’, which blends streetwear with high fashion. Initially offering shirts, the business expanded in August 2018 to include hats, hoodies and other original garments. With such a large social media following behind him, the venture has significantly boosted his net worth.
Achievements and Honors
At various points in his life, Clarence David has earned himself numerous accolades for his writing. He was an acclaimed artist and poet as well.
He has also been recognized for his service to his community. He volunteered at the Lincoln Senior Center, Life Lines and various local athletic events.
He was honored with a Quilt of Valor from Nebraska Veteran’s Auxiliary and a brick in Lincoln’s Veteran’s Garden for his military service. Additionally, he served in the Civilian Conservation Corps during World War II with distinction, earning five battle stars in recognition.
Clarence David was a devoted husband, father and grandfather who enjoyed working on his farm, working with chain saws, fishing and watching action and western movies with his family. Additionally, he belonged to Forsyth Masonic Lodge.
Clarence was an active supporter of the Box Elder Duck and Gun Club, serving as a good neighbor and member of his community. Most importantly, he loved his church deeply.
He was a kind and gentle soul with an infectious laugh, who will be greatly missed by his many cousins and friends.
He was an accomplished artist and loved painting, drawing, and creating art in his free time. Additionally, he enjoyed reading books, watching movies, and traveling. A beloved friend to many and loving father to his three children, he was truly a special man with a beautiful soul.
Clarence David is an entrepreneur who owns a clothing line that blends streetwear with high fashion. Additionally, his social media following exceeds 1.2 million individuals.
Current estimates place Clarence David’s net worth at approximately $1 million. This wealth has been acquired through his YouTube channel and clothing line designed by White.
He is a sportsperson and former professional footballer for Sampdoria, VV AS ’80 and Real Almere. During his playing career he won the Dutch Cup, Eredivisie and Dutch Supercup titles.