AUNT LOIS I AM SO SORRY TO HERE AOUT UNCLE CLAYTONS DEATH. WE HAVE BEEN GOING TO THE PARK EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE LOOKING FOR YOU GUYS AND DID NOT KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO YOU. I AM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. PLEASE GET IN TOUCH WITH US IF YOU CAN. WE LOVE AND MISS YOU. TERRI JARVINEN (JONES) AND MOM (JOE JONES) 904-631-4336
Will always remember you as "Uncle Clayton." For Aunt Lois, Sandi, Clay and Charlie, I know how you feel. The pain will diminish, but the love will remain.
You will be missed Mr. Dukes.
I grew up with Charlie, got to know the Dukes family very well. Mr and Mrs Dukes always treated me like family. Lots of great memories and stories there. My prayers and condlences to the Dukes family.
To Clay, Sandi and Charlie,
My prayers and thoughts are with you.
I have fond memories of being at the property in Orange Park. It was always great to go there especially when Uncle Clayton would be grinding sugar cane and making syrup.
I never met your father, but I can imagine what he was like from knowing you. You are such a kind, compassionate person. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
My thoughts and prayers go out to Lois, Nita, Clay Jr., Charlie, and Sandy. Grandpa Clayton was a great man who served his country with valor and courage, and loved his family with all his heart and soul. He will always be remembered and missed by all of us. May he rest in peace.
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time. Joe & Betty Jo Todd
(Papa joe Clay County public works)
"When someone you love becomes a memory, that memory becomes a treasure"
So many memories Clayton. I could write a book. You were always within a phone call for our family and it will never be forgotten. Like so many others, we will never forget your kindness. Hideaway Trailer park was our first home in Florida and those memories are forever stamped in our hearts. I know you are fishing with Roy and telling tales right now. We love you.
Dearest Dukes Family: How sorry I was to learn of Clayton's passing on the way to his heavenly home.
He photographed our wedding in 1956 and was a valued friend (sort of family) and we had the priviledge of
his attending our 50th anniversary party. He always arrived with a card and a $100.00 in his pocket. We will miss him terribly and will continue to
pray for our Aunt Lois.
Dear Lois and Family,
Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to you and family.He was a wonderfull man. Danny and Kathy Thomas