Timothy Zane Clay, 55, of Pueblo, Colo., passed away unexpectedly, May 8, 2009. A most caring and kind man. He will be greatly missed by his daughters, Audra, Cassandra and Tabitha Clay; and sisters, Becky (Larry) Moser, Judy Vinci and Jenni Turner; four grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, Samuel and Bessie Clay; and brother, Sam O. Clay. Tim was born Dec. 17, 1953, in Pueblo. He loved the earth and was a landscaper by trade. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Private family services. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. I miss my dad more than anyone can ever understand! He was the most amazing person I have ever known! He would always let me know what he thought without overstepping his boundaries! I wish you all knew my dad!

  2. We were sorry to hear about Tim. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family today and always.

    Bless you always,
    Pete and Chris Elich and Family
    Pete and Nadine Elich

  3. We are truly sorry to see Tim pass. He landscaped our house that John Moser built as well. He was always there when needed and he was actually supposed to fertilize our yard last thing Friday afternoon. I spoke to him Friday earlier in the day but when I arrived home after work and saw the yard hadn’t been done I was concerned. It wasn’t like Tim at all but we hoped that everything was ok. When I spoke to John today and found out what happened Romeka and I were devastated. Tim will be sorely missed as not only did he take care of alot around our house but he was also a friend. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends and we encourage you to lean upon the Lord through this difficult loss. God Bless.

  4. Dear Becky and Family,

    I was saddened to read that your brother passed away. So young and apparently so quickly. I know it is such a difficult time for all the family. Please know you are in my prayers and thoughts.

    God bless you and all the family.

    Joyce Price Nims

  5. I just am so sad. I read the obituary in Sunday’s paper about Tim. He spent 3 hours at my house Friday. I even wrangled him to help me wash 2 window that were too high for me to reach. Tim was a very caring, honest, trustworthy person and I depended on him immensely. We talked alot Friday about his truck that broke down and possible ways to get it fixed. He loved my dogs and took great pride in all the work he did at my home. I will miss him so much. Nobody will ever replace him. When I went out of town, Tim would always get my mail and paper, or when the alarm company called and I was unavailable, Tim would come over and check my house. He was more than my handyman and landscaper. He was my firend, and I will miss him greatly. Dear Family Members, May the grace of God help you through this difficult time. Please e-mail me if you wish. susie@wspan.us

  6. Sorry to read about the loss of Tim. He landscaped our new home that John Moser built at 9 Ironbridge Ln. He was a very hard worker and took great pride in his work. He was proud of his work at our home and we were also. He made the best looking yard on our block. We became good friends and would always be there for us if we had any questions. We are sad to see him gone.

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