Clayton Alexander Obituary, Death – A heroic battle against cancer that lasted for eighteen months, Dad lost his battle with the disease and passed away in peace on Sunday. His Celebration of Life will take place at Stepping Stone Church in Midland, Texas, which can be found at 2400 Elkins Rd, on Friday, February 10 at 1 pm. The family has requested that in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to Stepping Stone Ministry, which can be mailed to the following address: P.O. Box 50092, Midland, Texas 79710. Please get in touch with Betty at the following number: (432)248-6777 if you would like to pay with a credit card.
Your family would be extremely interested in hearing about any recollections you have of the times you spent with your dad, especially if those times were very meaningful to you. Even if we are already familiar with a good number of them, we are anxious to acquire knowledge regarding the remaining ones. We would be grateful if you could leave a comment on this post so that we may continue our discussion on what an incredible person he was. Thank you in advance for your help. I want to express my gratitude for praying for my family and I during this trying time. Brother, from this day forward I will worship you as though there were no tomorrow.
I can almost picture you beaming with joy as you take in the stunning splendor of the truth you have been preaching about – Heaven…the reality of God’s presence. I can almost picture you saying, “Wow, this is it!” Thank you for being such an amazing friend and for telling me what I needed to hear, even when it was something I didn’t want to hear. I really appreciate it. I cannot express how much gratitude I have for you. I would like to thank you for being an example to follow, for teaching me how to lead with purpose, and for pushing me to perform at a higher level than I had previously believed I was capable of.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your service as my pastor and for directing me in the right direction. I can’t help but reflect about a conversation we had regarding your condition and the bravery you displayed in the face of it. You took a moment to reflect, and then you recalled some words that were penned by the apostle Paul: “To live is Christ, and to die is gain.” Your legacy will live on in infamy for all time! Thank you very much for everything that you’ve done.