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Marci Sue Clayton

August 26, 1964 - April 24, 2017

Services Date April 27, 2017

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Posted by:
Marianne (Grippo) Fleming

Posted on:
April 27, 2017

Marci was truly a lovely and brave lady. Her passing was too soon for such a delightful person. I know she touched so many people and brought smiles to nearly everyone that she encountered. Knowing her since Kindergarten and all the personal struggles that were put in front of her, it's amazing that she always had such a sunny disposition. She will be greatly missed, but even more, she will be greatly remembered for her short time on this earth. Love and prayers to Fred and the rest of the family.

Posted by:
Jamie

Posted on:
April 27, 2017

Marci, she could light up a room with her smile. She was warm, fun loving, and sincere. She thought the world of Fred, her best friend and adoring husband. Give your mom and dad a big hug, love you Marci Sue.

Posted by:
Mary Jackson

Posted on:
April 27, 2017

I am still in shock. Marci was way too young and so vibrant (albeit not too graceful!)! I will dearly miss our chats - since we both were so honest and outspoken. She always spoke of her deep love for Fred and how she was so fortunate to have found him. Love for family and friends were next on her list. I will miss you, Marci.

Posted by:
Trish Freeman

Posted on:
April 26, 2017

Such a shock. Marci, you will be sorely missed. I certainly enjoyed our friendship these many years that our companies have been associated. Fred, my heart goes out to you completely. We talked of you often & Marci absolutely doted on you. Marci, I will see you in Heaven!!! I love you.

Posted by:
Josie/Myke Cantlin

Posted on:
April 26, 2017

Marci, your warm and caring personality was a joy to deal with. Having virtues of kindness and compassion were a blessing in our dealings, and easily brightened our days when conversing with you. May your new journey be gifted with joy and happiness. You will be missed, but we look forward to meeting again in the here after.

Posted by:
Kathy Belanger

Posted on:
April 26, 2017

My thoughts and prayers to Fred and all of Marci's family and friends. I had the pleasure of meeting Marci through work, and though we live on different coasts we stayed in touch through phone calls and Facebook. Her love of life and the love of her life, Fred, were always evident when we talked. RIP beautiful, I will miss hearing your voice.

Posted by:
MIKE SPENCER

Posted on:
April 26, 2017

Marci we just talked the other day; I never thought it would be the last time we would. Time goes by to fast, I'll surely miss you my California girl; all my love till we meet again, may you R.I.P. All my love and prayers to Fred & family .

Posted by:
Cindy Williams Horist

Posted on:
April 26, 2017

Marci, my sweet friend. You have left this earth way too soon. I am so grateful for our 49 years of friendship. Fred, I am so sorry for the loss of your lovely wife. You were the love of her life and she was so appreciative of how much you loved and cared for her. She will be truly missed by all the people's lives she touched. RIP Marci.

Posted by:
Karen Mellem Priolo

Posted on:
April 26, 2017

Marci, you were an amazing friend. I feel honored to have known you in my life. XOXOXO

Posted by:
Nat Taylor with AEC Virginia (formerly Narricot)

Posted on:
April 26, 2017

Words are difficult to come by as we at Narricot received this news. For 8 years, I personally spoke with Marci many times, almost daily some weeks. And her calls were never dull. She always had a happy spirit about her. Although if there was a quality problem, she wouldn't hesitate to express her opinion about that as well. But she would always come back to that bright spirit, always striving for a good relationship with us here at Narricot. We know that even as we will miss her, we pray for her family, whom she always found a way to bring up in conversation and truly adored. She told me many stories of her family and all of them showed how much she loved her family. We pray for that peace that only the Lord can bring. On behalf of all of us here at Narricot, we were blessed to know Marci and will truly miss her.

Posted by:
David Kamanski

Posted on:
January 19, 2015

Lew Greenbaum was my father-in-law. He was a nice guy and I am so sorry to learn of his passing. He was 87 years old when he died. Lew grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and moved to California where he attended USC. He obtained a degree in Pharmacy and worked as a pharmacist in the Los Angeles area until he retired. He was married to Marilyn Greenbaum and they lived most of their lives in a great home in the Mar Vista area of West Los Angeles. They had one daughter, Janet who I married after meeting her in 1983 and her parents whom I first met in 1984. During the first approximate 7 years with Janet we lived just a mile or two from both Lew & Marilyn. We interacted with them often and shared visits which included seeing them enjoy for many years their dog Coco a small Chihuahua. We had many family meals and great times together including Thanksgivings, the Christmas Holidays and birthdays. Lew loved Jazz music which was often playing in their home. Lew became a grandfather with the birth of our daughter Kimberly in 1992 whom I know he adored and ultimately Lew became a great grandfather with the birth of Kimberly's daughter Kayden Rose, in November 2013. Lew saw Kayden a number of times in the nearly 14 months of her life and Kayden got to be with her great grandfather just over 2 months ago while Lew was still very alert and interacting with us all. It was clear Lew knew exactly who she was, and he appeared very proud of his great grandaughter. Lew had several great friends in the area and until Marilyn passed away several years earlier they enjoyed going out to dinner and walking the dog among many things they did. Although Lew developed Alzheimer's disease in more recent years he was able to control it fairly well with medications and knew who we all were until his passing. Janet, Kimberly and I visited Lew in the last few days of his life and told him we would never forget him. His only daughter Janet lived and cared for him the last few years of his life, and Janet was present at his bedside at his passing. Lew lived a long and wonderful life. We will all miss him, but we know he is resting in peace.