November 18, 1979 – July 28, 2016
A son, a friend, a lover of life who lived life adventurously, Clay Brown, 36, died suddenly on Thursday July 28, 2016 in Bryan. Clay according to his parents Jennifer and Dwight Chafin, was doing what he loved; living every day as his last. A visitation (2pm) and prayer service (3:30pm) are scheduled for Sunday July 31, 2016 at St. Michael’s Academy Chapel, 2402 South College Ave. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers.
James Clayton Brown was born in McKenzie, Tennessee to James Herbert Brown and Jennifer Leach Brown on November 18, 1979, Clay was a gift they always cherished. Clay’s heart was as big as the day was long, he enjoyed meeting and being with others. He enjoyed his Special Olympic events, his X-BOX games, and all his video games. Yet, his greatest gift of all was caring for others, Clay recognized the special love and attention he received from family and friends. He also, gave back to them as much if not more love. All who knew him will miss his bright vibrant, warm smile the most. Clay loved everybody he met. He had a heart bigger than anything in this world. He was a rock star a professional wrestler, one heck of a bowler and anything his mind could imagine. He loved the casino and he loved life. Most of all he loved his mama Jennifer Chafin and Dwight, his step-dad.
Clay’s legacy will be carried on through the life of his mother Jennifer Chafin and step-dad Dwight Chafin; his father James Brown; his brothers Jason and Sharon Stambaugh, Ray and wife Tracy Chafin, and B. J. Chafin; his loving aunts and uncles Patricia and Roy Wheeler, Amy Jackson; and his favorite pet ROUNDER.
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