I will be visiting OKC this weekend. Maybe by then you will be feeling better. Until then, yes, let's chat via email. You will need to send an email to me first.
Jo Anne Fain,
Your message is so special to read today. I would love to talk with you anytime about my dad and about the names of the songs you all enjoyed playing in the band.
I owe Clayton a huge debt! He was responsible for asking me to join the Danforth Dandees as their piano player! The 13 years I spent with the Dandees were very precious to me! And Clayton was the one that got me there......Quite a guy.....
My favorite memory - Uncle playing drums for "Morning has Broken" on an Easter service.
I loved coming to see you. I hope you enjoyed the pictures I colored for you. ???
I was a lot like my dad. I wanted to check everything out. Thanks for the mickle and sharing the little chocolate mint candies in the green wrappers with us.
Lisa and Guys, Your Dad was a very special guy! We had such a sweet visit in Tulsa as they came through that day! Alyce Amend aka "Anonymous"
Clayton made as much music by how he lived his life as he did with his musical talents!!! I agree,Lisa, his smile was like a shot in the arm -only it touched our hearts!,;
Hoping you soon find peace with the passing of your Father. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
John, Lori & Clare
"SEVEN DAYS WITHOUT PRAYER MAKES ONE WEAK" was the sign he showed me back in 1989 before I left for Europe. Now Clayton can rest in the STRENGTH of FATHER'S arms... Next time when I play Oh when the Saints - I'll be thinking of you on the heavenly drum-set!!
He lit up a room with his smile and chuckles and warm embrace or handshakes and his departing words at each encounter "Peace be with You".
Peace be with you "dad". I'm going to miss you. Love, Sharon Amend