Clayton L. AultMarch 22, 1999 ~ November 4, 2019 (age 20)
***we are collecting a "cover charge" for Clayton's service. Everyone needs to bring a box of Kraft macaroni and cheese to be donated to a local food pantry or charity.***
Clayton Lee Ault was born on March 22, 1999 in Colorado Springs, CO.
Clayton was declared brain dead on November 2, 2019, but his heart quit beating for him on November 4, 2019 at 6:14 am. Clayton chose to be an organ donor, and his generous donation reportedly saved 5 people that day, with many more benefitting from his tissue and organs for research.
Clayton graduated from Palmer High School in 2017. After working odd jobs around town and in Denver Clayton decided the best thing for him and his future was to join the Air Force in 2019. Clayton graduated from boot camp at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas, on July 25, 2019. From there, Clayton transferred to Sheppard AFB, Wichita Falls, Texas, where he graduated from his technical training on September 27, 2019. Clayton was set to transfer to his first permanent duty station, Kadena AFB, Okinawa, Japan, on November 14, 2019.
Clayton is survived by his Mother & Step-Father Christine and Wes; his fiancé, Yesenia Servin; grandparents, Maria Ault, Jeanne Ault and Carl Ault; Great Uncle, Ronald Keilers; cousins, Phil Keilers, Melissa Keilers, Evan Swiney, Ryan Keilers, Dawn Martinez, Luis Martinez and Laci Martinez; great-great aunt, Lois Clause and great-great uncle, Clifford Clause; step-grandmother, Rose Marie Gregg and step-grandfather, Kenneth Gregg; step-uncle, Barney Gregg; step-cousins, Bowie Gregg and Nicole Gregg. and friends who will miss him dearly. He touched the lives of every person he came into contact with. Clayton was a kind and loving person who went out of his way for others. He had a great sense of humor and he enjoyed 4-wheeling, camping, video games, spending time with his many friends, building things, farming, and many other activities.
#Claytongives … What did you give today?
That’s the movement we’ve started in his honor.
Clayton gave to so many people who
call him friend and family.
Clayton gave his time, his support, his friendship,
his love and even his money if he had it to give.
Clayton never gave up on people,
and always believed the best in every individual.
Clayton’s selfless gift of organ donation
saved Five (5) lives on the day of his passing.
CLAYTON GIVES…...WHAT DID YOU GIVE TODAY?