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Jimmy Clay

San Antonio, Texas

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Please accept my deepest sympathies on the loss of your beloved. There are never any right words to express how deeply sad I am for the pain your family is enduring at this difficult time.

As Chair of the Senate Committee on Veteran Affairs and Military Installations, I am sincerely thankful for his valiant service in defense of our rights and freedom.

His commitment to family, friends, our community, and to serving our great nation leaves a wonderful legacy. May...

It is so hard to drive by the Backyard and not see your truck. You were such a sweet, onery man. I will miss you Jimmy. You always made me smile. We shall drink one for you this evening Jimmy. God Bless you sweet man. Lisa.

To the family,
Condolences from the Murray Family (Mike, Yolanda,Chistina, Karen and Jim) and American Legion Post 300. We mourn your loss.

You will be truly missed little brother no more pain as you and I know . Tell Mom. Dad and Uncle John we miss and love all of you. I know you will be looking down on us Monday. With a smile I know it didn't work out the way you wanted but we tried , Rest in peace love and miss you

Rest in peace little brother you are in better place now. No more pain tell Mom ,Dad and Uncle John we miss them all . I know you will be looking down on us Monday . Sorry I couldn't do what you wanted it all got messed up . Love and will miss you every day

Billy, our heartfelt condolences on your loss.

Billy and Joan, so sorry to hear about your brother passing away. You are in our prayers.

I ran into Jimmy a few years ago at his favorite watering hole. He said your're still wearing that "Red" lipstick. I was with Jimmy holding his hand and telling him his brother was on his way to see him till the end. Jimmy passed just before Billy and Joan arrived. I kissed him on the forehead and left an impression of my "Red" lipstick. I'll never forget when my mom, sister and I along with Jimmy decided to drive to Longview @ midnight for breakfast @ Billy & Joans...

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CLAYVietnam VeteranJimmy Lee Clay, age 65 passed away Monday February 25th, 2013 in San Antonio TX. Jimmy served with the US Army during the Viet Nam Era and received 2 Purple Hearts. He was born October 27th, 1947 in El Campo TX to Ida Mae Shiley Clay and father Johnny Clayton Clay which...

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