Clayton Roberts Death – On Sunday, July 10, 2022, Paducah resident Clayton Roberts, passed away at home. He was 20 years old at the time of his death according to sources. Ethan Morgan a resident of Benton, Kentucky, shared the news of his death on the Marshall County High School Class of 2021, Facebook group.
About Clayton Roberts
Anthony Roberts of Paducah, Kentucky, and Grace Roberts of Sikeston, Missouri, were the parents of Clayton Roberts when he was born. He was a passionate music lover who worked on writing and producing creative music. He was a talented musician who was adept at playing a variety of instruments. He attended Marshall County High School. He marched in the band all through high school. He genuinely loved Star Wars. He was a brother to Olivia Roberts of Sikeston, Missouri.
Clayton Roberts envisioned himself as a computer programmer who made his own video games. He liked to spend time playing video games online. If you asked him what band he liked, he would say. Metalica would be his response. His maternal grandparents, Robert and Mildred Campbell, died before him.
On Wednesday, July 13, 2022, Ethan Morgan shared the devastating news on the Marshall County High School Class of 2021 Facebook group. “Hey y’all, I hope all of you are doing well! Some of you all may have heard that we have had a classmate pass away this week, Clayton Roberts.” According to Ethan Morgan, “Each year, the school requests that class representatives make a social media page and collect a small fund for buying flowers for those who pass, reunions, etc.” This is simply a tradition that the community is attempting to bring back! she wrote.
According to the post Ethan Morgan and Mia Jaco will have a Venmo within the next couple of days to begin taking donations for the flowers and such. “In the meantime, flowers will be sent to the funeral home that Clayton resides in our class’s name!” Ethan Morgan wrote.
Clayton Roberts obituary
According to an obituary page, graveside services will be 3:00 p.m. at the city cemetery in Parma, Missouri. Visitatioin will be 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Thursday, July 14, 2022 at the Keeling & Goodman Funeral Home in Paducah.