Clay Faulkner has died, according to a statement posted online on Aug. 3, 2020.
We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media.,
I want to share with our local community about the passing of Clay Faulkner. He has been part of the Chick-fil-A family for two years, but it’s hard to remember our team without him. He was an awesome young man with a contagious smile and kind spirit.Please keep his family and our team in prayer when you think about Clay. We have set up a memorial outside the restaurant beside the flagpole so that anyone who would like to leave flowers, messages, or anything to celebrate him can stop and pay tribute to a life that brought joy to so many.We will give all the memorial items to his family so they can see the impact he had on everyone around him. I don’t think he knew a stranger. He was deeply loved and is painfully missed already.Love,
Chick-fil-A of Henderson.
Cause of Death.
We have no information at the moment on of caused death . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Linda Ellington Stevens wrote
So very sad. My husband talked with him not long ago at chick fil a. Clay noticed the fishing hook on my husbands hat & talked to him about fishing. Sending prayers to his family & friends.
Tracy Renee Fleming wrote
Such a bright soul, prayers for all his loved ones, family and friends
Rhonda Newton Parrish wrote
What a wonderful tribute to a great young man. Prayers go out to the entire family
Jonathan Yates wrote
I was fortunate to personally meet Clay and speak to him a handful of times. He left an impact on me and also my father who coached him in baseball. Such a bright young man with a good head on his shoulders. He will truly be missed.
Tammy Griffin Pernell wrote
Such a kind an sweet young man always a joyful smile. prayers to his family an friends.🙏
Amy Evans O’Geary wrote
This is just heartbreaking! What a kind, intelligent young man he was. I will miss his smiling face!
Jonathan O’Geary wrote
I always enjoyed our talks when I would eat in the restaurant. After the inside was closed, seeing him each morning in the drive thru was just a great way to start my day. I’m surely going to miss him.
Rhonda Newton wrote
Just a blessing to know his work place cares so much for the employees!! Thank you!!!! Prayers for all! .
Jeff Tate wrote
Rest in peace young man. I saw Clay play several times while in high school and I always admired how hard he played regardless of the score. He did everything for his team
Kristen Pendergrass Wilson wrote
I love Chic-fil-a but this makes me love this place even more! Prayers being lifted for Clays family.
Nelson Fuentes wrote
Thank you Clay for all the memories man. I’m gonna miss you man. Love you long time buddy.
Wanda Merton wrote
What a wonderful way to show the love that Chick-fil-A had for Clay…Sending prayers to all of his work friends, friends, and family… He will be truly missed .
Angel Dewalt wrote
Deepest Condolences To Family, Friends, Community, and People that knew this Young Man. I have seen many wonderful Posts about Him. RIP Clay…
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