Wednesday, September 21, 2022
On this day, twenty years ago, Plainview lost the best smile and the biggest heart. I was blessed to get to know Clay Warren when he served on the Junior Literacy Council of the Hale County Literacy Council. Everyone who knew him caught his "rays" of happiness.
He graduated, went off to college, and within five weeks, was with Jesus. A horrible accident that no parent should have to endure, but so many do. I don't think that I can express this day the same as his father does on his Facebook post:
The purpose of the Clay R. Warren policy is to allow Fraternity & Sorority Life staff the ability to work with organizations and student leaders to better understand risk management, areas of risk that apply to the organizations and/or its members, harm reduction, and current events surrounding the fraternal movement. This policy will ensure that the Texas Tech fraternity and sorority community receives education to develop a community of care. Moreover, this policy outlines expectations to ensure that Fraternity & Sorority Life and its organizations are a better partner to the Texas Tech University community.
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Clay was an organ donor. Another "ray" of sunshine he offered. Several years back we hosted an organ donor awareness and walk in honor of Clay. We hope you will sign up to be an organ donor. In loss, we can help prevent a loss for other families.
And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love. 1 Corinthians 13:13
I do not own the rights to the lyrics or music of this piece, but aren't they beautiful ... just like Clay-ray!!!
Share Clay-rays wherever you go!!! Do unto others as you want to be done to you. Let's hold tight to this philosophy of living through goodness, compassion & hope as we make key decisions!