Clayton George Wright
1968 - 2019
BORN
1968
DIED
2019
Clayton George Wright passed away on August 18, 2019 at the age of 50 at Cornerstone Hospice, Orlando. Clayton was born October 27, 1968 in Calgary, Canada. Clayton graduated from Central Memorial High School in Calgary and Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in 1989. Clayton was an Infrastructure Architect for the Turnpike's OIT Department. Clayton is survived by his wife Vanessa of Orlando; his mother Rose Marie Dann of Calgary, Canada; his sons Damon and Dylan; Vanessa's children, Gracie and Matthew Bradford; his sisters, Linda Louise Wright of New Zealand and Katherine Marie Bezugley of Calgary. Vanessa and Clayton enjoyed going to Disney for date night. He was devoted to his boys, Damon and Dylan, and was close to his Mother, Rose Marie, and his sisters. Clayton loved all sports. He was an avid hockey player and played with his friends in Orlando. A service of remembrance was held on Sept 1, 2019 at his home in Orlando, FL.
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Published by Orlando Sentinel from Oct. 8 to Oct. 13, 2019.
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Dear Clayton thank you for being a great friend. I miss your smile and positive personality.
Amelia
Acquaintance
May 18, 2020
RIP our dear friend.
Teresa White
October 10, 2019
RIP Clayton! You was a great manager and I always liked what you did for me and our team when you were working as the Infrastructure Manager at OCCC.
Yuqing Tang
October 10, 2019
Rest in peace, my dear friend. Our "Group Outings" will never be the same now without you. You may be gone but you will never be forgotten. You were always so much fun to be around.
Jaya Misir
October 10, 2019
Clayton will be greatly missed. He was a bright shining light and so much fun to be around.
Teresa White
Friend
October 10, 2019
RIP Clayton I always liked your positive attitude.
Brian Heafy
October 8, 2019