Obituary – Javard McGill

A funeral service for Javard Clayton McGill Jr., age 20, of Como, Texas, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 23, 2022, at Como-Pickton High School with Pastor Bobby Thomas and Bishop Kerry Roy officiating. Interment will follow at Independence Cemetery with Ricky Alvarez, Deion McGill, Trayton Powell, Braylyn Adams, Christian Clayton, Desmond Allen, Dom Allen and Marqis Ivory serving as pallbearers and Braylon Clayton, Day Day Jackson and Jacorian Clayton serving as honorary pallbearers. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 Friday, April 22, 2022, at Murray-Orwosky Funeral Home. Mr. McGill passed away on April 17, 2022, at Christus Mother Frances- Sulphur Springs.

Javard McGill

Javard “Junebug” was born on June 21, 2001, in Sulphur Springs, Texas, to Javard “Jay” Clayton Sr. and Carol McGill. He married Destiny Conley on January 7, 2022, in Como, Texas. Javard worked at Saputo. He was a small farmer who loved to hunt and fish. Javard was a great father who loved to spend time with his family every chance he could. He made sure that he would keep his mother and father so happy and proud of all his achievements and life goals. Javard was the best husband and truly made his mark in this world.

He is survived by his wife, Destiny; son, Elijah McGill; daughter, Marvalynn Clayton; mother, Carol; father, Jay and wife, Crystal Clayton; sisters, Alysiah Clayton and Mariah Clayton; brothers, Braylon Clayton, Deion McGill and fiancé Kaylee Alford, Christian Clayton, Dom Allen, Desmond Allen and Marqis Ivory; grandmother, Marilyn Clayton; grandfather, Tommy “PawPaw” Clayton; great-great-grandmother, Irean “Mother” Clayton; and numerous aunties, uncles and cousins.

Javard was preceded in death by his brother, Jimmy Lee Clayton; grandmother, Marva Jo McGill; and grandfather, Jimmy Lee McGill.

To my love: Never in a million years would I have thought I would have a soulmate at 19 years old. You came in my life and took in both me and my son to love and cherish forever, you finally gave me your mini me last year, July 26. Its so hard to believe she will be walking soon and turning one, but I’m so happy you were here for us and I know your still here to help guide me from up above. We talked about so many things we would do with the kids and family. I promise I will still do everything you wanted to do. I’ll make sure to teach the kids everything you taught me about cows and trucks. I know I will try my best to stay strong. I know its going to be so hard. We all miss and love you so much and just wish you were still here. Thank you for all the memories, laughs, gifts and things you did for me and our family. This kind of love is the one I will cherish for the rest of my life. I will forever be Mrs. McGill and you will forever be my first and last love. I’m honored and blessed to have had the most amazing life that I wish was longer with you my forever best friend. Death could never separate us. I know no one will love me as much as you did and our kids. So, this isn’t goodbye, this is see you later baby…
P.S. I’m sorry I still haven’t learned to drive the tractor correctly yet. – Love your wife and kids.

Arrangements under the direction of Murray-Orwosky Funeral Home.

The online register can be signed at www.murrayorwosky.com


Author: Faith Huffman

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