Clay Arthur Hultstrand

March 25, 1994 - May 17, 2020
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Clay Arthur Hultstrand, 26, of Greer, beloved husband, son, brother, uncle, and friend, went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Sunday, May 17, 2020, in Greenville. Born in Columbia on March 25, 1994, to Charles and Katherine Hultstrand, Clay grew up in Greer and graduated from Riverside High School in 2012.Continue Reading

Ron and Chris Kelly left a message on May 24, 2020:
Although I didn't know Clay,  I am a friend of the family and love them much.  My heart goes out to you and my prayers have been sent up for you,  May God comfort and sustain you.
Sagar singh left a message on May 22, 2020:

Friend or my big brother I miss u so much 

I do not believe that u r no more with us.

10 days  back he say that I come India to meet u .
Miss u so much clay brother
Antonella G. left a message on May 21, 2020:
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Antonella G. left a message on May 21, 2020:
My deepest condolences to his family  

I met Clay while attending Riverside Middle together and he was one of the nicest guys out there. So sorry you had to leave this world so early.

Dave Grubbs left a message on May 21, 2020:
Clay came into my world through Walker and Whiteside, and I am forever impacted by him. His person and presence was always undeniable. I have some seniority there so I took this wandering angel under my view. He was so unlike most who cycle into my world of work. He was challenging, but in great ways. He asked  question, accepted little without investigating, wanted to know the why as well as the what.

He challenged me as a person, as a mind and will. we would make sport of learning about one another. Much of that combat would be in comedic relief to the tasks we were performing. We laughed without end. It go to the point that I couldn't wait for my commute to end each morning to get to the gang box and gather him just so no one else would. then it would be to some corner of the structure to work. Electrical work was second on my mind as I had begun to realize  this man would be gone before long. 

Clay would be off for bigger things. Our God had larger things for him to do. He has done those things, I am most sure. God's designs have no unintended flaws, I should know that for I am His most defective. His works are unlike any other works, his plans have all been completed where He resides. 

it is our obligation now to thank Him for knowing and loving Clay. Our peace will be in that his journey, his race has been run. to accept that knowledge will be next to impossible for me. I wanted more. I grieve for my own need to learn more from Clay; I rejoice that Clay is in the tender hands of the Almighty.
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