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Clayton Edward Alvey Jr., 67, of Las Vegas died Jan. 15, 2013, in Las Vegas, surrounded by family and friends.
He will be remembered as a sincere person who found kindness in anyone he met. He had a personality that would light up any room he entered. He was often complimented on his beautiful eyes, and he had an infectious smile.
He loved food and automobiles and, above all, his cats, Piglet and Pudge.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Clayton Edward Alvey Sr. and Juliet Catherine Wood; and his best friend, Piglet. He is survived by his stepmother, Edna “Leigh” Alvey; brother, Larry Alvey; nieces, Taryn and Lyssa; and great-nephews, Tyson and Riley, all of Great Mills. His Las Vegas family includes Pedro, Rosie and Leslie Morales, Scott Reber, Kathy Jung and his great love, Pudge. He had many friends.
A celebration of his life was held Feb. 3 in Las Vegas at the Red Rock National Conservation Area.
He spent many hours volunteering at and adopted one of his best friends, Pudge, from the Nevada SPCA. Memorial contributions may be made to the Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals at www.nevadaspca.org .
Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary in Las Vegas.