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CLAYBURN EUGENE ARIVETT Clayburn "Clay" Arivett, passed peaceably to his heavenly Father on June 7, 2018. Clay was born on June 10, 1950 in Salinas, California to Paul and Sibyl Arivett. He had four brothers, Donald, Clifford, Gerald and David and one sister Connie. He graduated West Coast Bible College in Fresno, California with a Bachelor of Arts in May, 1976 with Honors and received the R Carol Award of achievement. On July 3, 1982, he married Debra Boynton. They raised their family of daughters Denise, Carmen and Sandra. He became an ordained Minister in 1987. Clay was employed by California State Parks for 23 years. He retired as Park Maintenance Supervisor at Humboldt Redwood State Park in Northern California. He was an avid and amazing vintage car modeler. He studied Greek language and learned to read the Bible from original Hebrew and Greek. He has written several Christian studies and 13 books. He has a published book study "Will he find Faith?". Clay ministered to and prayed for many family members and friends. He hoped that everyone he talked with and advised would follow and accept Jesus in their life as their personal Lord and Savior. His warm manner and unconditional love made him a man of Christ. He was a loving, devoted, patient and kind husband and father, brother and friend. Clay is preceded in death by Paul and Sibyl Arivett, Donald Arivett and Clifford Arivett. Clay is survived by his wife Debra Arivett, daughters Denise Arivett, Carmen Del Ponte and Sandra Arivett, brothers Gerald Arivett and David Arivett, sister Connie Broome and grandchildren, Myleina, Christopher, Hayley, Andrew and Naomi. A special service will be in September 15,2015 for family and friends to remember and celebrate his special time on this earth. Please sign the guestbook at www.times-standard.com
Published in Eureka Times-Standard on June 24, 2018
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