OBITUARY

John Allen Clayton

September 2, 1992December 5, 2018
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John Allen Clayton died yesterday evening, December 5, 2018. John was born on September 2, 1992. He was 26.

John is survived by his mother, Julie Powers and her husband Jeff of Houston, TX; his father David Clayton and his wife Anne of La Porte, TX; his sister Christy Steiger and her husband Garrett of Rapid City, SD.

Grandparents Ralph and Karen Elledge of Baytown, TX; and Doris Clayton of Billings, MT; his uncle Chris Elledge and his fiancé Cristine Wood of Houston, TX. He is also survived by very special friends Johnnie Johnson, Jake Joplin, and Ryan Lawrence, all of whom loved John like a brother.

Visitation will be on Friday, December 7, 2018 at Navarre Funeral Home in Baytown, TX from 5:00-7:00 pm. Funeral Services will be Saturday, December 8, 2018, at 1:00 pm, at Westminster United Methodist Church (5801 San Felipe, Houston, TX 77057) with officiants Rev. Nick Scholars, Rev. Roddy Bland, Rev. Suzi Byrd, Rev. Frank Hart, and Rev. Nick Scholars. Reception to follow.

The family requests that memorial gifts go towards either Westminster United Methodist Church or to Houston Hospice.

  • FAMILY

  • Julie Powers and husband Jeff, Mother
  • David Clayton and wife Anne, Father
  • Christy Steiger and husband Garrett, Sister
  • Ralph and Karen Elledge, and Doris Clayton, Grandparents
  • Chris Elledge and fiancé Cristine Wood, Uncle
  • Johnnie Johnson, Jake Joplin, and Ryan Lawrence, Very Special Friends

Services

  • Visitation Friday, December 7, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, December 8, 2018
REMEMBERING

John Allen Clayton

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Patricia Lawrence

December 12, 2018

I thank God for blessing Ryan with John, a true friend and a kindred spirit. We already miss him but will think of fond memories of your precious John, and we will smile through our tears.

Donna Yost

December 7, 2018

Julie & Jeff:
The photos are precious. John had a beautiful smile. No words can begin to ease the grief and pain of losing someone so dear. Continued prayers for comfort and peace for you both.
Our deepest sympathies, Donna and Terry Yost

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