Cliff Bivins, 44, was business owner

Bivins

Bivins

Carmel-based landscaper Clifford Eugene Day-Bivins, owner of Shady Days Outdoor Services and its subsidiary, Poo Patrol, died April 14 at age 44. Also known as Cliff Bivins, the Carmel High School graduate was the son of¬†Theron Day (Debra) of Michigan and Deah Bivins of Noblesville and his “adopted” parents, Rock and Carole Effron of Carmel.

Bivins also was the seafood buyer and manager at Whole Foods in Carmel.

Other survivors include his brothers, Curtis Bivins of Noblesville and Ronald Bivins of California; his sisters, Catheron Day of California and Sarah Day of Michigan; and nieces and nephews.

A memorial service is scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday at St. Apostolic Church, 1212 E. 116th St., Carmel, where co-workers, friends and customers are invited to share their memories of and stories about Bivins. His family appreciates the sympathies, kind words of praise and thoughtfulness extended them, and which may be extended to them at the church, where a reception is to follow at 2 p.m.

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6 Responses

  1. Martin Family says:

    Cliff was a great, kindhearted man who was taken way to soon. He will be missed dearly! RIP Cliff!

  2. Cmposella says:

    We will miss you Cliff ;(

  3. Dave Randall says:

    Ciiff was a really nice guy ….. Sorry to see he has passed away

  4. Billy Judd says:

    To young to go.

  5. So sorry to her this Ronny/Curtis. Cliff was a really good buddy to have in jr high, I will always picture him in that bob vila vest he wore.

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