Mr. Thaxton was a great guy and educator. I remember him well at Jacksonville High School. He always had a positive attitude and a could make your day a little brighter. He will be missed.
Nancy Harrell Carls
I am very sorry for the family loss. Mr. Thaxton was a very special friend to me as I entered high school. He helped me stay focused and in school at critical times. I will always be thankful for his help. His office was always an open door for whatever the issue might be. God Bless.
Connie, Steve and Family,
Sorry hear of your Dad's passing.He truly touched so many lives. He made a difference for so many, our Family included as he was such a caring, giving person who was always sincere in the many lives he touched. Out of all 7 Brothers and sisters of our family I knew we all connected and was blessed to have known him and the many great things he did. God Bless You All
To Mr. Thaxton's family.... he was truly a friend to everyone and he cared deeply about every student that roamed the halls of JHS. I remember he always had quarters to hand out for a soda from the soda machine located down in the dark recesses of JHS. My sympathies to your family. I will remember him fondly.
Tracy Strowmatt Ashbaugh (JHS '79)
Cliff was almost the first person we met when we moved to Jacksonville in 1982 and rented our house on Permac Road from him. He was always so kind to us, and our three boys got a great start in Connie's kindergarten class at Eisenhower School. Our sincere sympathy to all the family.