Capt. Hayes Clayton
United States Army
KIA 25 Dec 2006
29, of Georgia; assigned to the 842nd Military Training and Transition team, 1st Brigade Combat
Team, 1st Infantry Division, Fort Riley, Kan.; died Dec. 25 of wounds sustained when an improvised
explosive device detonated while he was conducting combat operations in Balad, Iraq.
Tributes

This Memorial Page Established by-SFC Rod Brewer
In Honor Of Captain Hayes Clayton

Captain Hayes Clayton, 29, of  Georgia. Clayton died of
wounds suffered in Balad, Iraq on December 25, 2006 in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was assigned to the 842nd MTT, 1st Bde, 1st ID.
God Bless... Christmas in Arlington.. Rest easy, sleep well my
brothers. Know the line has held, your job is done. Rest easy, sleep well.
Others have taken up where you fell, the line has held. Peace, peace, and
farewell.. Hayes, say Hooah to the others up there with you!!!! You Will
Not Be Forgotten... Rod.

May 03, 2016
Marc Pajo
Clay
You were a great friend and prayer partner. You are sorely missed.

May 17, 2015
Josh Allen Little
Me and  Captain served overseas together
I miss him, it was sad when I found out I was home for Christmas and he was on TV what
was worse was I could see my family and I could see his own TV
Miss you brother
Never  forgotten

August 14, 2008
Mrs Marlena Clayton
I dedicate this page to my son,Jr, and all the fallen
soldiers who have left this earth unannounced. On 8/14/08, my son
Captain Clayton,son Hayes "Trey " Clayton, III,was 2 years old. He was only 4
months old when his father was killed. He has brought lots of joy and
love to our family. My grandson is not alone having to grow up without
one of his parents, during the Operation Iraqi Freedom. We count it Joy
to have a part of our son with us everyday. I say to the rest of Our
Fallen Soldiers Families,let's work together to help other families fine
peace within themselves.  We cannot bring our love ones back, but, we
can keep them alive in our hears.  I believe truly in my heart, that
God does not make mistakes.  Each one of us have a limited time here on
this earth.
Let's make the best of it.

Mother of a Fallen Soldier

Love,Forever  
May 21, 2008
Eric Clayton

Captain Hayes Clayton Jr. is my brother and although I
was very saddened by his death, I am very, very proud of the path he
chose.  My brother did not die at the hands of some street thug or drug
dealer. Nor did he die in some random car accident or genetic disease.
My brother died wearing his uniform and serving his country.  We prayed
and prayed that he would not be deployed and for 2 years he remained in
the states.  He then asked us to stop praying for him to remain in the
States and not be deployed, so that he could do the right and
honorable thing.  We answered his request then he got deployed and died on
Christmas day. Do we regret this decision? NO, because God has a day that
we all will be called to death.  The question is, when you die, What
Will You Be Doing?  
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