Clay George
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I created this website  and others in memory and honor of Clay C. George. Through out Clay’s sites you can hear him sing and play the guitar, view photos of him and read poems that I have used to express my love and feelings. Clay’s sites are a work in progress, I update often with whatever my heart feels at the moment.

Clay and I were on vacation in Tennessee 
when he had a heart attack and passed away. That night has changed my life forever and in a way that I can’t describe. My whole perspective on life is different now.

It has been almost 12 years now since Clay went home
to be with his Maker, and yet it still doesn’t seem real that he is gone. I have tried to understand God’s reason for taking Clay so soon from me and from his family, but there is no way to know what God has in store for his children, I only know that he loves us and wants only the best for us. Even though knowing all this is true it still does not take the pain away when you lose someone that you love and care about dearly.

Clay is safe with God and very well taken care of.
I can imagine him singing and playing in God's choir and it thrills my heart to know that he is performing for the most important audience of all.


We are never far apart, for you are forever in my heart.

I'll Love You My Whole Life,


Clay's Memorial Website

Clay's Guestbook

Please visit & participate in the American Memorial at:

American Memorials


The J.F. Floyd Mortuary
Spartanburg, SC


Spartanburg Herald Journal

To view "CORRECT" OBITUARY click link below:

Clay's "CORRECT" Obituary

Below are links to other sites for Clay:

Clay's Home On The Web

Clay @ Find A Grave     

Merry Christmas From Heaven

In Memory Of Clay   

Happy Birthday, Clay   

Happy Valentine's Day, Clay  

Clay's Memorial Website

Happy Easter, Clay

Happy Anniversary, Clay

My Email

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Clay & Deana on our vacation at Myrtle Beach7/11/04

Tributes and Condolences
Missing you....   / Deana Osment (grieving soul mate )
There is not a day that goes by that I don't think of you! I miss you and there are no words to ever express how much...I gave you my heart and you still have it all these years later. I loved you then and I love you still....I never stopped. P...  Continue >>
sorry for your loss   / LOYDA POLANCO
Can We Understand It?
“Death Is
Swallowed Up Forever”

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Death’s Devastating Effect
“Death Is Swallowed Up Forever”
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Should You Be A...  Continue >>
Only God knows   / Janet Yoho (visitor)
I am so sorry for your loss.  We lost our son in March of this year, also unexpectely, and also in Tennessee.  He was attending the Free Will Baptist Bible college in Nashville and apparently had a fatal seizure.  He was only 19. ...  Continue >>
My Angel was promoted to Heaven also   / Tammy Taylor (Visitor)
I understand your pain. I know how much your heart is breaking. My fiance passed away almost 4 months ago, on June 8, 2007. We were suppose to have gotten married on Aug. 24, 2007. It is very difficult to deal with. I cry myself to sleep every night....  Continue >>
I understand   / Shelly Campbell (visitor)
I understand what you are going through ,losing someone who is your life hurts all the way through.I lost the father to my baby 7-16-2006 due to complications of a heart transplant, sadly his family had forced me out of the picture three months befor...  Continue >>
For Clay and Deena~ A candle for Comfort  / Cindy Mommy To Angel Kaydence     Read >>
Thinking of you....  / Cindy Mommy To Angel Kaydence     Read >>
just saying hello  / Cindy Mommy To Angel Kaydence     Read >>
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His legacy
Clay's "CORRECT" Obituary  

SPARTANBURG, SC  Clay Callas George, 45, of 571 Thomas Street, died Sunday, September 5, 2004, in Sevierville, TN. Born December 28, 1958, in Spartanburg, he was the son of Emma Roberts George of Spartanburg, and the late George Glover George, Sr. He was a supervisor with Apex Chemical Company and attended Vineyard Church of God. He was an accomplished musician and vocalist with the Stillhouse Band and also played for a number of local charities.

Surviving in addition to his mother, are a daughter, Heather Rene George of Blacksburg; three sisters, Nina Strange and her husband Bobby of Cooley Springs, Susan Sullivan and her husband Perry of Spartanburg, and Jackie Littlefield and her husband Charles of Landrum; a brother, George Glover George, Jr. of Spartanburg; and a special friend,
Deana Osment.

Visitation will be
7-9:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 7, 2004, at Floyds Greenlawn Chapel. 

Funeral services will be held at
4:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 8, 2004, at Floyds Greenlawn Chapel,  conducted by Rev. Roger Allison. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens.

The family is at the home.

Clay's Photo Album
My Sunshine In Action
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