To Nancy, Dusty and Family - I send sincere sympathy for the loss of your grandson. May your family and friends be there to support each other. Fondly, Susan Warren
There are no words to express our sorrow at your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May God sustain you and grant you the Peace that only He is capable of providing. The Casey's, Tom, Sharon, Andrew, Maire and Kathleen of GR
Over the years that we saw Clay mature, he went from a child to a man. His smile will stay with us as will his outgoing nature. We spent many hours hanging on the lanai or swimming in the pool, playing darts or shooting pool; Clay was always there, laughing and participating with the "adults," always a pleasure for us. He will be missed and we wish all of his family our heartfelt condolences.
My dear sweet Clay
It's hard to believe that you won't be walking through our front door on your annual visit to Glen Ridge this summer. The whole town is mourning the loss of one of it's favorite sons.We've geen thinking of you and your mom constantly, and hope our many wonderful memories will help us through this immense sadness. Sleep tight! XOXO The Savino Family
Clay was one of the friendliest fellas at Ave Maria University. He used to always make fun of my British accent. I can still hear him now "ello Hermione, how's Hogwarts?" He was and will always be Crabbe to me. I will miss our silly Harry Potter banter. He was so full of energy, outgoing and always made me laugh. I will miss him. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this sad time.