Clayton Boyd Graham Johnson

October 7, 2019 18 Condolences Print Obituary

Clayton Boyd Graham Johnson passed away on October 3, 2019 at the age of 59, he was surrounded by family and friends at home after a short battle with cancer.

He will be deeply missed by his wife Donna of 34 years, his two beautiful daughters Kira (Joe), Dana (Ryan) and his three grandsons Vance, Lucas and Hudson.

Clayton left a big impact on this world. Many, many people loved him and he will be truly missed by his family, his numerous friends and the friends that became family.

  1. Clayton you were one of a kind. Always volunteering to help wherever needed. Never saying no. You will be missed by your family and your friends. Prayers to Donna and family.

    • So very sorry for your loss. I worked with Clayton for 12 years at Epcor. He was one of the best guys I have ever worked with. I’ve golfed and played hockey with with and he was always there to help anyone. You will be messed my friend but never forgotten. Hope your enjoying golfing in Vegas in heaven.

  2. A wonderful man taken way to soon. RIP Clayton. I will miss you. ❤️

  3. You were always the life of the party. We will now always refer to our Oscar as Uptown White and your’s Downtown Brown. Thank you to you and Donna for always welcoming us to your lake, taking us fishing, and having such fun times. They are memories we will always cherish. Miss you so much already. Until we meet again, friend. <3

  4. My sincerest condolences Donna & Family. Clayton was a wonderful man and will truly be missed by many.

  5. Clayton, you have always been there for everyone,was one of the best volunteers from working Casino’s,fundraising for hockey & Glenwood Community League & sat on the board for numerous positions.Your sense of Community & it takes a Village & no nonsense approach has been truly appreciated by all. You were vocal & as well always willing to help at Birchwood at Lac Ste Anne.It has become a prosperous community where weekly you helped to cut grass at the park & helped to fundraise for the parks Gazebo & sheds.You have left a mark on our lives & are already missed by so many. We have so many good memories & fun times & our kids loved the support you gave them from coming to watch them play hockey & always had a good conversation with them. You are going to do great things up there in Heaven & know you’ll be watching over us all. Rest Easy Clayton until we meet again. Love you lots & will miss our talks,campfires & your good cooking at Family functions. Love your Sister in law,Shannon,Brother in Law George for 33 yrs & Niece Jessica & Nephews Ty & Matt.

  6. We are so sorry to hear this news. Donna, Kira, Dana, we are so sorry for your loss. God bless you. Cathy & Ramesh

  7. sorry for your loss . its a loss for everyone that got the chance to know him

    • Donna and family,

      So sorry to hear of Clayton’s passing. May God be with you and his memory sustain you.
      Blessings, Gord and Juanita Bowman

  8. Deepest sympathies to Donna and family, on the loss of your beloved Clayton.
    What an amazing man who could singlehandedly prepare pancake breakfasts, flip hundreds of burgers, organize fundraisers, play hockey, speak to the media on behalf of his community, and happily carry around his grandbaby grinning as though he just won the lotto.
    Clayton will be fondly remembered and deeply missed.

  9. So sorry for your families loss. Clayton was a wonderful man and great friend to many. Bonnie & Rene Ozem

  10. I was deeply saddened to hear of Claytons passing. I knew him as a young boy when I was friends with his sister Heather.
    My heart goes out to Claytons family.
    May God bless and comfort you during this difficult period. Please accept my sincere condolences.

  11. My sincerest condolences to the family!
    Heather, Linda and Virginia, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your families at this difficult time!
    I knew him back in the 70’s, it sounds like he turned into quite an amazing person! I am sure that you are all so proud of the person he had become!
    May the lord wrap his loving arms around you and help you through this most difficult time.

  12. I am so so sorry for Claytons family and the many friends he had. I’m really going to miss you man, you were an awesome guy to work with. Always cheerful and smiling back at me and having good conversation. I can hear your voice in my head and your contagious laugh. I hope you can forever play golf in Vegas with all your heaven buddies and drink cold beers in the heat! I’m deeply saddened, for you were one of the good guys that go way too young. Big hugs and you’ll never be forgotten. Xoxo

  13. I am very saddened by Claytons passing , I worked at Epcor and I am very happy and lucky to have known Clayton . my condolences go to His family and may piece and love be with you at this very sad time .

  14. So sorry for your loss. We will all miss Clayton. I retired from Epcor and he stepped up to run the hockey team and did a grand job. He will be remembered as one of the good guys. Always there, happy, and wanting to help where ever he could. I will personally miss him as a friend and a guy you could rely on. Take care my friend and carry on!

  15. I will never understand gods choices, maybe god needed the best Crain operator to help with the expansion of the heavens . Maybe he is playing and endless round of golf or maybe catching the biggest fish on the most beautiful lake. But we’re ever you are clay I hope you know how much we loved you. My heart goes out to Donna and the family…..hugs…

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