Peacefully departed this life on January 22, 2019, reuniting with his beloved parents, Clifton Leo Juan and Madeline Ventriello Juan, who preceded him. Clif had a lifelong love of music and was a member of the Tiger Band at Holy Cross High School, graduating in 1971. He then attended Southeastern Louisiana University where he was a member of the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia national music Fraternity and graduated in 1975. he proudly served his country as a member of the United States navy. Clif was born and raised in Arabi, LA. and relocated to Metairie following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. He had a love of reading and learning, which continued throughout his life, and during his time in Metairie was a frequent visitor to the East Bank Regional Library. Clif selflessly cared for his aging mother during her last years, and will be remembered as a devoted son and brother. If there is one thing that could truly describe Clif, it is that he was a good, kind and considerate man, who never spoke an unkind word to or about anyone, and he will be sorely missed. Clif is survived by his brother, Stephen C. Juan who will miss him most of all, as well as his mother's two remaining siblings, Mary Ann Ventriello and Theresa Wolfson of New York. He is also survived by numerous cousins in LA., New York, New Jersey, Penn. and Arizona. His family will be forever grateful to the staff of the East Jefferson Hospital Intensive Care Unit for the care, kindness and consideration shown to Clif.


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