OBITUARIO

Jayson Terry Clayton Sr.

15 julio , 19607 febrero , 2020
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Jayson Terry Clayton Sr. was born July 15th, 1960 and went home to be with his Lord on February 7th, 2020 in Kingwood, Texas from a battle with cancer. Jayson spent time in the U.S. Army Reserves and attended the University of Houston Police Academy. He rose to the rank of Sergeant with the Roman Forest Police Department and worked as a Precinct 3 Constable. Jayson was a family man who loved everyone around him. Jayson is survived by his wife of 43 years, Alice Clayton; children Jayson II, Tracy and Kenneth; five grandsons; parents Laverne Urbanek and Calvin Blue; three sisters, Peggy Barber, Louise Miller and Linda Kay; two brothers David Barber and Jake Barber. Jayson is preceded in death by his father, John Barber, brothers Jodie Clayton and Jefferey Clayton; and sister Stella Jo Barber.

Servicios

  • Visitation jueves, 13 febrero , 2020
  • Funeral Service viernes, 14 febrero , 2020
  • Committal Service viernes, 14 febrero , 2020

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Lauren kaczorowski

13 febrero , 2020

I just want you to know how much you have impacted my life . You always took me in as your own even though I was a pain in your butt , you always had an open door for me and Angela to come and go as we wanted . I love you pops , The last time we talked you told me how you wanted your new house with mom and with your front porch you can sit on and watch the sun set . I’ll never forget that phone call . You had it all planned out . Now your in heaven and I really miss you , Feb 7th was hard knowing you left to be with the lord . I will miss you forever dad . Forever and always -🖤 your Lauren

Amanda Clegg

13 febrero , 2020

Praying for you all during this extremely difficult time. Love you all ❤️

susan santikos

13 febrero , 2020

You will surely be missed Paw. I remember how you and Maw would drive all the way out to Cypress to pick Aaron up every other Friday....never complained about the traffic, never complained about how far, never anything but happy to see your boy getting off that bus. And ya'll always having nacho night because that's what he liked.
Aaron will never forget the many many mower rides that Paw gave him and getting to help his Paw in the yard. And of course the weekends watching Sponge Bob.....over and over and over...lol You left quite the impression on him and we are beyond thankful for that. You will live on in our hearts forever and we will never forget the love you showed us all....Gone but not forgotten. Rest in Peace.

Terry Garrison

11 febrero , 2020

Always remember walking to bus stop would let nobody mess with us small ones at stop.. The time i wanted to ride bike and rode on handle bars and foot went in spokes oh did we get in trouble Uncle John was so upset with us you took the blame when it was me that wanted to ride. Gonna miss ya cuz!!!

Angela Sexton (Thomas)

11 febrero , 2020

Jayson we are going to miss you.. Alice Faye and jayson were the only ones who treated me like family I remember all those times you made me laugh so hard.. Life isn't going to be the same anymore without you.... We love and miss you.....

Carol Heilman

11 febrero , 2020

"I am so glad that I got to sit and visit with you just hours before you were made comfortable for your journey "home" . I know the days ahead will be rough for your family. I pray for their peace as you are now in paradise with no pain or sorrow. Thank for the long talks on the porch and at the table with Calvin. I cherish those days and will always remember you with fond memories. May the Lord's light shine upon you and your loved ones.

Jayson Clayton II

11 febrero , 2020

Dad, I will always be grateful for the life you provided us. There are so many great memories I could recount. I will always be grateful for the lessons you taught me. The best lessons you ever taught me was to love and forgive. I miss you like crazy. I love you Dad.

Amy Fieramusca

10 febrero , 2020

Uncle Jayson you were like a second father to me and I look back on all the summers I spent at your house and smile because you made my childhood so memorable and words can't express my gratitude for the amazing memories I have growing up around you. I miss you more than words can say I love you Uncle Jayson !

Tracy Clayton

9 febrero , 2020

My dad was an amazing man one of the best people you could ever meet. He went out of way to make sure everyone had what they need even if he didn't have it to give. I miss him already and the days ahead wont be the same without you dad. We love you to the moon and back!

Rita Fox

9 febrero , 2020

I want to first say to Jayson's family
I am so sorry, I am still having trouble believing it
I thinking the memory I want to share is the last time Alice ,Jayson and Jennifer and I went to lake Charles to the casino
I know Jennifer and Jayson didn't find that trip humourous but Alice and I did warn them both to not eat gas station food lol.

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