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COLEMAN, Clayton David Born Dec. 28, 1989, in Mission Hills, Calif. Passed away Nov. 30, 2011, in Fresno, Calif. He lived in Palmdale and Kingsburg, Calif. Graduated from Kingsburg High in 2008. Was an aspiring musician, songwriter, loved to draw, and loved animals. Clayton also loved helping his father with all types of construction jobs. While living in Kingsburg, Clayton was employed by Rob and Sara Jackson on their farm doing construction work and farming. From his bunk house the Kings River was his view just steps away. Clayton will be deeply missed. He leaves behind a large family tree: loving father David Earl Hunter Coleman, mother Kathleen Susane Loftin, step-mother Tracey Coleman, sisters: Nicole Coleman Harville, Shannon Coleman, step-sisters: Monique, Elaina, Linda, step- brother: Michael Barraza, niece: Faith Marie Harville, Kayla, Kiera OBrien, nephew: Jackson Alan Harville, paternal grandparents: Ronald Donavon Coleman, Eleanor Yvonne Proulx, Gil Proulx, maternal grandparents: Rudy and Marjorie Loftin, uncles: Thomas Hunter Coleman, Tim Loftin, David Loftin, aunts: Bobbi-Jo Coleman, Candi Towe, Tiffany Loftin, cousins: Sara, Ryan, Katie Coleman, Blaine Towe, Sarah, Timbo, Evan, Troy Loftin. Claytons great uncles: Ted Thompson, Byron Coleman, great aunts: Sue Thompson, Barbara Coleman Bridgeman, Joanne Coleman, and all the cousins in Canada. Last but not least all those who knew Clayton at school, work, and through family friends. Till we all meet again. P.S. To my son, Ill be waiting for my hug at the gate. I love you more then you will ever know. Dad Services will be held at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2011, at First Baptist Church 1615 Draper St. Kingsburg, CA 93631. Internment will be held at Kingsburg District Cemetery immediately following.

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