“John & Tani, Just read about this and am very sad. Jerry will remember Ashley for her love of soccer always and her happy face, and great attitude. Although we are many miles away, you both are in our thoughts. We are so sorry for your loss.
“Ashley left heart prints on all of us. I think of her every day and how much she is missed by everyone. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
“Thinking of you at this sad time and extend our condolences.
“I wish more than anything I could have been there today to join in the celebration of your life! Thank you for great memories, for your beautiful smile, and your passion for life. I will carry a small piece of you in my heart every day as inspiration. One day we will meet again....until then, rest in peace Ash!
“Although I did not know Ashley personally,I would like to express my thoughts and prayers to her family! Another angel in heaven now and may God bring you comfort and peace knowing she is in his loving care.
“My deepest sympathy to your family. You will be in my prayers.
“Though words, however gentle, cannot take your pain away, I hope in some small way, the compassion of those who care brings a bit of comfort. My prayers are with your family.
“My deepest condolence.
Ashley Kay ClignyFeb. 16, 1991 - Apr. 28, 2013Resident of PleasantonAshley Cligny took her last breath peacefully early Sunday morning with her mother and father by her side. Ashley was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor in October of 2011 while attending the University of California at Davis...Read More