Clayton Wesley White

Clayton Wesley White
Clayton Wesley White

Clayton Wesley White, 71, of Amarillo, TX passed away October 9, 2023.

Memorial service will be at 1:30 PM, Saturday, October 14, 2023 at Boxwell Brothers, 2800 Paramount. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors.

Clayton was born in Amarillo, TX on August 1, 1952 to Woodford J. and Lois Marie White. He graduated from Caprock High School in 1970. Clayton joined the International Brotherhood of Electrical Worker Union Local 602 on November 1, 1974. He became the Business Manager of IBEW in 1985 and International Representative in 2000. He married Stephanie Wiseman in 2001.

Clayton loved golfing, fishing, camping, and entering his cars into car shows. He was a dedicated Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers fan. He made sure he attended all his daughters and grandkids’ sporting events. Clayton thought he was the BEST COACH EVER! The coaching certificate he was given by Matt and Brett, was quickly revoked.

He was preceded in death by his parents; and brother, Dickie Morris.

Clayton is survived by his wife, Stephanie; daughters, Danielle Taff and husband Matt and Shay White and Beau Carpenter all of Amarillo, TX; grandson, Brett Taff and wife Jaylin of Conroe, TX; granddaughter, Haley Taff and fiancé Levi Rodgers of Amarillo, TX; great-grandson, Grayson Taff of Conroe, TX; sisters, Ronda Duvak and husband Sammie, April Mansfield of Amarillo, TX, and Star Carter and husband DJ of Burleson, TX; and many nieces and nephews.


5 Replies to “Clayton Wesley White”

  1. So sorry for the loss of a husband, father, brother, grandfather and great grandfather. You will be missed by friends and family. You all will have loving memories to relive

  2. Clayton will be truly missed by all who knew him, he was there for us in times of need, and brought us good laughs and cheer. Sending hugs and prayers to his family.

  3. So sorry for the loss of a husband, father and brother. Clayton was a dear friend and will be missed. We had some great laughs and lots of fun fishing out of an old blue and white Lone Star boat.

  4. Danielle and Shay so sad to hear about your dad’s death. Today and always, may loving memories bring you peace, comfort, and strength.

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