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Hainstock's Funeral Home & Crematorium

9810- 34th Ave, Edmonton, AB

OBITUARY

Clayton Chad Cutknife

September 18, 1989January 4, 2020

Clayton Chad Cutknife was born on September 18, 1989 and passed away on January 4, 2020.

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Brianne Altmann

January 12, 2020

Man Clayton,

Thanks for being kind and open in this world that sadly did not reciprocate all that often. You taught me a lot about life and what it means to be alive. I was waiting for the day that I would move back to your region and we could spend nights in philosophical discussions. Sorry we never made it happen. You will be missed with a very heavy heart.

Lots of Love,
Brianne

Taylor Routledge

January 12, 2020

Clayton, you had an amazingly kind soul and gentle way you dealt with the world and it's people and me.. you also had a wild side that kept us laughing and laughing day by day and were usually the one to instigate some crazy idea or plan or prank that would keep us howling about it to this day... God damn man you made life so good and fun for us in the day and I know we didn't hang much after we left three hills but I appreciate you always calling and checking in on me.. I love love love you so much Clay. Love your sweet soul. Here's to man who was always soft in a hard world!
Ps come haunt my ass just for the laughs;)
Rest easy bro, till we meet again💜.

Janet Mason

January 12, 2020

Dear Clayton my grandsons' good friend and my Facebook friend, I am so sad for you and family, and all the friends who loved you. May you be at peace.

Clint Mason

January 12, 2020

My young friend, my heat breaks, your time has come much too soon. I can not comprehend the pain and suffering your family has has to endure. First your brothers Marlon then Emerson and now you. This makes me so very sad as the the memory I have of your smile and the kind way you talked floods back as I read about your death.
Clayton, I will always remember all of you, as young men coming over to our house for some hot chocolate after a day of sliding down the hills on tubes and toboggans, snowball fights and wrestling with your friends in the. Snow, all of you full of smiles and talking a mile a minute, especially young Emerson.
While you should be entering the best part of your life , it has ended.
I wish your family strength and peace as they must deal with a tragic loss of a young man.
May you find peace within your soul Clayton.





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