This Memorial Page Established by-Nicola C Hickman
My precious child. You died on your 32nd birthday doing what you loved. I have a big hole in
my heart that will never heal. The memories, laughter and the ability to make friends and not
ever meet a stranger will always be cherished. The love you had for mom and dad and your
children is comforting. You will be missed greatly by all whom you had touched their lives.
November 9, 2012
Though I did not know you Clayton, I share your name. I am humbled and proud to share a
name with such a galant your man that served his country with dignity. Your reward in
heaven I am sure will be great. To your parents Clayton, I know they must be very proud of
February 16, 2010
To the Family of Clayton Hickman:
While his loss is surely difficult; take comfort in knowing he died serving his country in a
huge way and with great pride. While some may not understand or appreciate this, those of
us who also live military lives understand just how great his service was. He is among those
we will always have reverence for & remember the sacrifice he & you all made for our Great
Our thoughts & prayers remain with you.
Harvey & Treisa Briggs (United States Coast Guard)
February 15, 2010
Donny and Lindsey Wray
Your family is in our prayers!
Lori Ann Worthington
Thank you for your love of our country and the ultimate sacrifice you have made for us! You
are a hero! May God's passionate love comfort your family!
Thank you Clayton for your valiant service to our country. May God bless your family.
No greater love than this,than a man lay down his life for another.
Roger & Betty Jo Peters
Dear Hickman Family,
You are in my prayers and I'm asking God to give you strength, peace and comfort during this
time. May God bless all of our soldiers. In deepest sympathy,
Mrs. Elizabeth McCord Gurchiek
Clayton will always be remembered in our hearts as a hero for our country. He will also
always be remembered as a wonderful young man, son, father, student, and most importantly
Thanks for you dedication to your country.
You will be missed by many.
|CWO II Clayton Marshall Hickman
United States Marine Corps
KIA 03 February 2010