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Clayton ‘Tater’ Compton

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March 27, 2013
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Clayton “Tater” Compton, 36, passed away Friday, March 15, 2013. He was born Nov. 3, 1976, in San Antonio, Texas.

Clayton graduated from Southside High School in San Antonio. Clayton loved to cook and plant seeds. He was diagnosed with epilepsy and psychosis in 1999, which cut his work experience short. Life was not easy for Clayton. On Feb. 13, 2011, he had a massive heart attack and suffered a second one on Nov. 19, 2011. His love for life kept him going and now he is finally at peace.

He is survived by his mother, May Tenney, and his dad, George Tenney, both of Mathis; three brothers, Chris Compton, George Compton, and Doug Alejandro; two sisters, April Alejandro and Lisa Compton; one nephew, Little Chris; four nieces, Courtney, Chelby, Erica, and Desire; his grandmother, Trudie Tenney; and numerous uncles, aunts, and other relatives whom he loved.

At this time, no services are planned and the family asks that you please respect our privacy. The family requests you to take a moment of silence to remember all the mentally ill and heart attack victims.

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