Clayton Naha

clayton naha

May 12, 1985 ~ August 21, 2021

Born in: Gallup, New Mexico
Resided in: College Station, Texas

Clayton (Clayboy) Alexander Naha, 36, from College Station, Texas, passed away on August 21, 2021. Services will be Saturday, September 11, 2021, 10:00 am at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 2815 Welsh Avenue, College Station, Texas 77845 these services will be live streamed. A Celebration of Life for Clay will be held in Ramah, New Mexico at a later date.
Born, May 12,1985 in Gallup, New Mexico. Clay graduated from Ramah High School in Ramah, New Mexico, he went to Junior College in Stanford, Arizona. He met Morgan, the love his life at a carnival in Zuni, New Mexico. Clay said this is the woman I am going to marry. They moved to Texas and started their life together, they had four children, Logan, Trevor, Cassidy and Joseph. At the time of his death, he was employed by North Houston Pole Line. He loved to go back to New Mexico to hunt with his Dad and visit family and friends. He enjoyed watching and being a part of the sports, the kids were in at the time. He was on the sidelines encouraging them to never give up. That’s how Clay lived his life. He always cherished the time he was able to spend with family and friends. We will truly miss you!!!
He leaves behind his beautiful wife Morgan, his awesome children, Logan, Trevor, Cassidy and Joseph. His parents Joe and Brenda Milosevich, mother Cheryl Naha, siblings Melody Naha-Mendoza, Ginger (Kyle) Baysinger , Chris (Lisa) Montaño, Jacob (Kyla) Montaño, Jamie (Marcus) Carrillo, Derrick (Diandra) Montaño. Grandparents Virgil and Shirley Benn, 10 nieces and nephews and countless cousins, aunts and uncles.
Proceeded in death by Walter and Gloria Milosevich, Penny Kozeliski, Walter Leyba, Judy Leyba, Daryl Pinto and Marlin Pinto.
In lieu of flowers, a scholarship fund has been set up for the children of Clay Naha:
Aggieland Credit Union
201 Southwest Parkway E
College Station, TX 77840
Payable to Morgan Naha #1569

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  1. With deepest sympathy to Morgan and the children, I remember Clay as amazingly talented, caring and thoughtful of others. He will be greatly missed by many. My thoughts are with you at this time.

    Susie King, Gallup, New Mexico

  2. I wish that I could attend. My heart goes out to every one he left an impact on. Although he was a cousin I didn’t see, it was great to follow his life journey in the newspapers and on Facebook. That was my connection with him but, I still seen how great a husband, father, brother, and friend he was. Nothing but good things and I know that he lived a wonderful life. It showed in his smile. Continued prayers and love every one. He is already tremendously missed, but was also tremendously loved.
    Until we meet again.

  3. I met him once, I think it was back in 2015/2016 and my husband worked with him 10+ years ago – he was a cool dude! He will be missed!

  4. Our deepest condolences to the family. Clay was a student of mine and of my husbands. We thought the world of him. He is deeply missed and loved.

  5. I remember the first time I met Clay I was intimidated by him. No later than an hour later I thought he was the funniest guy ever.
    Spending time with Clay and Morgan was often spontaneous. They would call me up and say; hey we just saw this place can you meet us there. I would jump in the car &.go!
    I always loved seeing Clay & Morgan together. They were a perfect match! You could tell they really loved each other &.their children. Time with each other & family was most important to them.
    I am going to miss Clay but I know he has gained his wings. The next time we meet again he will probably be wearing that smirky smile and tell me where you been!
    Morgan my deepest sympathy to you,.Logan, Trevor, Cassidy,& Joseph and to.yoir extended family and Clay’s family.

  6. There are no words and we’re so very sorry for your loss. I only knew Clay from the sidelines, but know he instilled toughness in his kids. Prayers for all.

  7. The goodness of a man is how he loves his family. Clay spend many hours with his loving family at sporting events rooting his kids on. He always had a big grin and love for his beloved Morgan. The reality of life is to love an live life the best you can. Tomorrow isn’t a given. Clay in his short life was able to accomplish this. Haa nilyiih ( Navajo) Clay
    Rest In Peace

  8. Morgan and family,
    I am SO sorry your loss. I never had the pleasure of meeting Clay when I came for Ryan’s wedding, but I followed the ‘Dunham’ family of Facebook and there was no doubt how much he loved his family. Words can never express my sympathies.
    Love Always,
    Karen (Dunham) Niedenfuer (from MN)

  9. Our hearts and prayers go out to the Naha family. Morgan, we are here with you and the kids always. Much love to you!

    Pres. Aaron Hull

  10. Dear Naha family,
    May the love of our God and Lord hold you in this tough times and protectfor always.
    I had the opportunity to serve in primary CTR 4
    As Your child Joseph teacher. We love him,love his desire to help and share his thoughts.
    We as his teachers will look after him always.
    We love you .we are praying for your family.

  11. This breaks my heart. My heart go out to his family. I remember clay as a very loving and caring guy.
    My mom Priscilla:
    I remember Clay always to be friendly, talk with me when I saw him. Well miss that, my condolences to family keeping you all in prayer.

  12. To Morgan and children, I am an Aunt to Clayton. Altho’ I didn’t meet Clayton in his lifetime, Melody shared plenty of information about him. I am glad to know he took great care of his family and loved you all very much. May the Lord comfort you during sorrowful times.

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