ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Richard Clayton. We will remember him forever.
Due to the onset of covine 19 our family was unable to set up a memorial service or celebration of life. So family and friends please write a little something.
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Posted by Wendy Silves on July 22, 2021
Please take a moment to remember and say something that comes to your mind when you think of my dad
Rick clayton
Posted by Wendy Silves on July 21, 2021
My father so greatly missed by so many.
My dad was a smart mechanical man , he knew was involved with the local moose lodge in mt.vernon wa.
He enjoyed camping ,fishing, hunting ,dart, bowling just about everything. I will miss him dearly as I do daily so much.

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Posted by Wendy Silves on July 22, 2021
Please take a moment to remember and say something that comes to your mind when you think of my dad
Rick clayton
Posted by Wendy Silves on July 21, 2021
My father so greatly missed by so many.
My dad was a smart mechanical man , he knew was involved with the local moose lodge in mt.vernon wa.
He enjoyed camping ,fishing, hunting ,dart, bowling just about everything. I will miss him dearly as I do daily so much.
his Life
He worked in the fishery industry and  at some summers spent in Alaska but worked for twenty plus years at commercial cold storage. Lived in Conway, and eventually bought a place out in  big lake Washington  . We had third of July parties out there that I know his friend would have some sorta story to contribute to this page. My dad Loved to drink his rainer beer and bullshit .  Play darts ,hunt, fish , bowl. Camp and I could go on and on. 
He had been suffering from COPD For many years as well as heart conditions. 
On march 04,2018
He went down to the boat to check on it and fell and broke his hip. Luckily not going into water.. sadly my dad never got to fish after that.  He pushed his luck and ended up needing two more hip surgerys and another replacement. Back to rehabilitation he went. He didn't like that. He even on a occasion tried to get me to escape him . That's another story..
He went too soon . And will be in my heart forever..

The one I looked up too the most. For his wisdom and knowledge in all areas.

My father passed away December 04 2019 at his residence in laconner with his family surrounding him. He suffered from long term COPD. 

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Shared by Wendy Silves on July 22, 2021
When I was young..

I remember going camping at schokum chuck back when there was a camp ground. My dad went out that morning to do his DAILY morning thing, and guess he had a bright idea to send me and my mom out to go dig worm for creek fishing
Giving my mom precise directions on where to dig. 
My mom goes in for the first scoop literally of my dad's shit, and screams his dam you Rick!!! I could hear Ed and him laughing there asses off. Im sure my mom got even at some point after.