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Clayton Stocks

Clayton Arthur Stocks

Tuesday, March 16th, 1982 - Tuesday, July 9th, 2019
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Clayton Arthur Stocks, 37, passed away Monday, July 9, 2019 at Northeast Georgia Medical Center. His death was sudden and unexpected, a chain of events triggered by a bee sting, which ultimately left his brain without oxygen for too long for survival. An unbelievable loss that leaves us with a void that may never be filled again…the loss of a son, brother, uncle, lover, and friend.
Clayton was born in Duluth, MN on March 16,1982, the first-born son to loving parents. He moved to Cumming, Georgia from Ely, Minnesota in 1995. Clayton attended South Forsyth High School and graduated in 2000. Growing up, Clayton was always with his dad and brother dismantling and reassembling a car, go-cart, lawnmower, or truck. Clayton was a natural at building and fixing things with his hands. He was one of the lucky few in this world that was able to make a living doing what he loved, working on cars. He was exceptional at his work as an autobody technician. Clayton loved the outdoors, kayaking, and going to the beach.
Clayton is survived by his parents, Glenn & Genevieve Stocks of Midway, GA, brother Kevin Stocks of Cumming, sister Katie Tambon and her family of Savannah, and the love of his life Amanda and her daughter Gracie, of Dawsonville, niece Olivia, friends, and numerous relatives across the country.
He leaves behind many people who loved him so. Though our sadness is deep and seemingly never-ending, we can find joy and solace in the fact that although he is not with us anymore, the gift of his organs is allowing others to live.
Clayton’s family is planning a Celebration of Life to be held on October 5, 2019, details to follow.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Clayton’s honor to The American Lung Association for Asthma Research. https://action.lung.org/site/Donation2?df_id=31272&31272.donation=form1
Condolences may be left online at www.beardenfuneralhome.com
Bearden Funeral Home, Dawsonville, GA
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Mike kenny

Posted at 08:00pm
I hired Clayton out of high school when we worked at Troncalli he was a good young man I remember when he had his bad wreck I went to see him several times at north Fulton later he worked for me again in Alpharetta
Can’t believe it so sad

Mike Kenny
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Rhonda Brant

Posted at 09:45pm
Eve and family there are no words that we can say to help you during this time of grief...but please know that we are praying for you all to obtain peace. What a blessing that others may live because of Clayton and his fabulous life. Please know we are here for you all for anything that you all may need now and in the future.
GR

Gina Robisnon

Posted at 03:02pm
Katie and Family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Love looking at the photos that are posted and couldn't help but notice your brother's resemblance to Peter in the one of you guys as children. We are here for you, please know that .

Love,
Gina, Jeff, Thomas, Philip and Kate

Katie Tambon

Posted at 08:45pm
We want you to know who Clayton was…. he was a son, brother, partner, father figure, uncle, mentor and friend. He was taken from this life too soon… in an event than no one can prepare for. He leaves behind many people who loved him so. Though our sadness is deep and seemingly never-ending, we can find joy and solace in the fact that although he is not with us anymore, the gift of his organs is allowing others to live.
Clayton was born in Duluth, MN on March 16,1982, the first-born son to loving parents. We were lucky to live on a lake, and he loved to camp, fish, and boat, and took an early interest in anything motor powered. Our family moved to Cumming, Georgia from Ely, Minnesota in 1995. Growing up, Clayton was always with his dad and brother dismantling and reassembling a car, go-cart, lawnmower, or truck. Our driveway was a basically a service shop for all his friends. Clayton was a natural at building and fixing things with his hands. He restored two VW bugs, along with several other vehicles, by the time he graduated high school. He was one of the lucky few in this world that was able to make a living doing what he loved. He was an asset to his employer and exceptional at his work. When he wasn’t working, he could be found doing projects with his brother Kevin and friends. Outside of his work, he loved to be outside, going kayaking, and to the beach. He loved his life with his amazing girlfriend Amanda and her daughter Grace, who he saw as his own. Amanda was the love of his life and we are so thankful that they found each other and the love that they deserved. We have heard and seen the impact Clayton had on the people in his life through the response to his trauma and the visits at the hospital. We have laughed and cried in remembering our own experiences and hearing other’s recount their favorite memories of Clayton.
Clayton was humble, independent, skilled, smart, stubborn, hard-working, sarcastic, generous, loving, funny, honest and so many other good things. His death was sudden and unexpected, a chain of events triggered by a bee sting, which ultimately left his brain without oxygen for too long for survival. An unbelievable loss that leaves us with a void that may never be filled again…the loss of a son, brother, lover, and friend. As we write this, he is still with us as they began the process of finding matches for what will be his final gifts to this world.
We hope that his gift of life is meaningful and significant. We want you to know that he was a good person. A strong person. A person that you would have wanted to know. Clayton loved to fix things and we know that he would love the idea of being able to help fix people. Please know that it has given our family great consolation knowing that our loved one was able to help others in their need and that a part of him will live on. We hope to learn the story of his recipients and to share his story as well.
With love,
Clayton’s Family:
Glenn & Eve Stocks (Parents)
Kevin Stocks (Brother)
Katie Tambon (Sister)
Amanda Voyles (Girlfriend) & Grace Walden (Daughter)
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juanita

Posted at 04:06pm
Please accept my most sincere sympathy for the death of your loved one. We can find comfort in the word of God because it assures us that "there is going to be a resurrection" (Acts 24:15). God promises to give life back to millions of people who have died, and he desires to do so very soon.
A servant of God from the past, Job, asked him: “If a man dies, can he live again? I will wait all the days of my compulsory service (sleep in death) until my relief comes. You (Jehovah) will call, and I (Job) will answer you. You will long for the work of your hands” (Job 14:14, 15). God is longing to give life back to those who have died.
Perhaps these words do not calm your pain reflecting on the divine promises found in the Bible will give you the hope and strength to keep going until all of God’s promises are fulfilled. May these words bring you and your family much comfort from Jehovah God, the God of all comfort (2 Corinthians 1: 3, 4.)
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