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TIMOTHY CLAY

TIMOTHY OBRIAN CLAY

Friday, October 27th, 1989 - Sunday, November 29th, 2020
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Obituary

Timothy O'Brian Clay Obituary

Timothy O'Brian Clay aka "Cobra Knightwolf" - "Doc", 31, San Diego, died November 29th 2020

Born October 27th, 1989, Piqua, Ohio

Family Left Behind
Wife: Janelle Domdom Clay
Sons: Perseus Maximus & Ronin Marcellus
Parents:James H Clay of Dayton, OH & Glenda Dobbins-Wallace of Vallejo, CA
Siblings: Jane Coursen of Centerville, Ohio, Andre'a Macon of Las Vegas, Alexsis Villa Vazquez of Hampton, Virginia, Sequoya Clay of Hampton Virginia, Blake Dobbins of Vallejo, Ca, James D Clay of Hampton, Virginia, Noah Dobbins of Vallejo, CA. Faith Clay of Dayton, Ohio. Joshua James Clay of Hendersonville, North Carolina (cousin/brother)
Lifelong family friend Ryan Walters of Centerville
Fellow Sailors, Comrades, and friends from US Navy, USMC, and San Diego County Sherriff Department.

History
Timothy O'Brian Clay was born in Dayton, Ohio and raised in Piqua, Ohio. He had open-heart surgery at 5, when his parents were told he would never be able to be highly physically active. He played little league football..torn ACL at 10, and played high school basketball then another ACL tear at 16. He was told he couldn't do the military because of too many surgery. He proved them all wrong. He went on to join the Navy and became a SARS and Medic. After 10 years of active duty service he became San Diego County Deputy Sheriff.

His character portrayed his love for people. Everyone he met got personal attention. He treated them like family because he came from a big family! He was always smiling and laughing of course being silly. He took his service to his country very serious.

Most importantly he loved his beautiful wife and sons with all his strength. He will be sorely missed!!
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Quinn Howard

Posted at 08:56am
The Montgomery County Office of Reentry extends thoughts and prayers to the family of Timothy "Cobra Knight"Clay. Thanks for your service. God Bless!

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David Rolf

Posted at 06:42pm
"TIMOTHY CLAY" will remain in our hearts forever.
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C.Brown

Posted at 04:27pm
It was an honor to serve and stand next to this Giant. My thoughts, prayers, and purest condolences to his loved ones.
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Colin C Robinson

Posted at 05:15pm
Rest easy, Clay.
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