Donald Clary

Obituary of Donald Clary

Donald “Don” Clary, 56, passed away Thursday, June 25, 2020. He is preceded in death by his parents, Alvin and Irma Clary. Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife of 19 years, Laurie Briggs; son, Robert “Robby” Clary; brothers, Jim Clary, Ken Clary and wife, Rachel; sister, Chris Martinez; and a host of other family and dear friends. Don was the type of person that never met a stranger. He could strike up a conversation with anyone and had the unique ability to make you feel like he was your best friend. Don always made sure that whoever he was spending time with felt as if they were the most important person to him. His greatest pride and joy was his son, Robby. Don could talk endlessly about Robby and could always be found sitting in the bleachers watching Robby practice or play any sport. He had an amazing sports announcer voice and enjoyed doing impressions of Christopher Walken. Don loved listening to and singing “Rat Pack” songs, especially anything by Dean Martin. He felt blessed that God had placed such a strong Christian in his life, in the form of his wife, Laurie. Don was extremely close to his family and would regularly call or text them to catch up on the latest events. When he was sharing what he looked forward to the most when getting to heaven, next to seeing Jesus, he said “finally meeting my mother-in-law”. Don will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Don’s honor to the South Houston FCA Office at The funeral service for Don will be held Thursday, July 2, 2020 at New Hope Church – Webster Campus, 15503 Zabolio Dr., Webster, TX 77598 with Pastor Jeremy Gundling and Pastor Jason Willingham officiating. The services will be streamed the service beginning at 9:30 am at . Interment with military honors will follow the services at Houston National Cemetery in Houston, Texas.

Funeral Service

10:00 am
Thursday, July 2, 2020
New Hope Church - Webster Campus
15503 Zabolio Dr.
Webster, Texas, United States
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