Clint was an amazing person. He always made time for the ones he loved. He was an avid horseback rider. He also spent alot of time working on his truck and 4-wheeling and hanging out. He was considerate of others and seemed to be the all around good natured kid in town. He was learning to take over the family welding business and spent many hours working on it. He had a good job, his own home and his truck. As a child, He helped raise his younger sister and teach her most of the values she knows. He made sure she was fed, bathed and in bed for school the next day. He studied with her and made sure she did well in school.He was her rock:)
He had his grandmother Maxine Gray and she meant the world to him. He lived next door to her for most of his life and they were very close. He also had his parents, Jill A. Irwin and Daniel E. Gray.
He is so very missed by everyone. He was taken from us much to early in life. We didn't get the chance to say good bye or tell him how much we loved him. It's sometimes not fair what we are made to endure but it does make you stronger. My cousin Heather Johnson wrote something for him when he died " Let the sky's take him and hold him and love him until we meet again". I have thought of that many times thru life to get me thru another day.