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“I didnt know him for long but he will be missed so sorry for loss my condolences to the family love hugs and lots of prayers ”
1 of 3 | Posted by: tammy sams - dallas, TX - friend

“So sorry for your loss. We pray for peace and comfort for your family during this difficult time and the days ahead. Much love- Mae Lynn &Trisha ”
2 of 3 | Posted by: Mae Murphy - McKinney, TX

“So sorry for your loss Charles. I'm praying for comfort for you and family. Aunt Barbara ”
3 of 3 | Posted by: Barbara Taylor - Westminster, TX


Jacob Charles Clay, age 33, passed away on February 15 2020 at Dallas Regional Medical Center in Mesquite, Texas.
Jacob was born October 02, 1986 to his parents Charles and Deeann Clay. A graduate of Allen High School, Jacob worked many years in restaurant management.
In 2005 he married Ariel Decker until 2012 when the marriage ended. They both remain very good friends till the end.
The oldest of three sons, he and his brothers were involved in sports including soccer, baseball and football.
Jacob loved to make others laugh. He enjoyed concerts, traveling and spending time with friends.
Jacob will be remembered by his friends and family for his ever present smile.
Jacob is survived by his father Charles Monroe Clay, his mother and stepfather Deeann and Jim Rayburn, his brother Charles Matthew Clay and wife Brittany, his brother Kyle Hunter Clay, his two nieces Kylie Rose and Aaliya and five nephews Grayson, Aiden, Liam, Kamden and Knox, his grandparents Billy and Faye Clay, aunts and uncles Linda and Denver Hall, Shirley and Joe Bradshaw and Billy and Deloris Clay, Jean Ann and Jerry Bell and Ruth Ann Haskin and Donnie Luellen, as well as many other family members cousins and a host of friends.
Jacob was preceded in death by both of his grandmothers Teddie June Clay and Billie Jean Luellen, his grandfather Troy Luellen, his two aunts Patricia Ann Hughes and Gayla Dawn Clay, and his three uncles Gary Hughes, David Luellen, and Troy Lee Luellen and cousin Halie Bradshaw.