Clayton Smith

Clayton "Clay" Robert Smith

Monday, March 23rd, 1931 - Tuesday, December 10th, 2019
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Clayton “Clay” Robert Smith, 88, of Honolulu, Hawaii passed away peacefully on Dec. 10, 2019. He was born on March 23, 1931 in Taunton, Massachusetts. He will be remembered in the hearts of his loving wife, Cindy Habulin Smith, daughters Pamela Calcaterra and Linda Baker, four grandchildren, and four great grandchildren. Cindy would like to thank Islands Hospice staff for their compassionate care of Clay.
Service: Thursday, December 26, 2019 at 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM at Ballard Family Moanalua Mortuary- Chapel.
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    Thursday, December 26th, 2019 | 5:00pm
    Thursday, December 26th, 2019 5:00pm
    Ballard Family Moanalua Mortuary
    1150 Kikowaena Street
    HONOLULU, HI 96819
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Diocel Shaira Calansanan

Posted at 08:01am
Hi uncle , May your soul rest in peace in heaven . We just met once but I know that you are such good man . Please let your family be strong and guide them always . Thank you for the love and good life you gave to mommy cindy . We love you uncle clay

Rosario Manabat

Posted at 07:49am
To my dearest brother in law, thank you for sharing your kindess and blessings to our family. It saddens me that you will no longer be around when I come back to visit there. I can still remember the times when you used to say that I am like my sister Cindy whenever I prepare you food, help you change clothes and watch over you and then we end up having little childish fights, I will definitely miss those moments. Most especially will miss the times when you wake me up and ask for Nips, chocolate candies. There are not enough words for me to say how thankful I am for you, for taking care of my sister Cindy, for sharing your laughter, stories and blessings to the rest of the family. May your soul rest peacefully now, please continue to watch over us from up there. Be assured that we will be taking care of Cindy here.

Love from Rosie

Vher Manabat

Posted at 11:31pm
Hey uncle, i've always admired your stories whenever you come and visit... it's unfortunate that i won't here you utter your words of adventures again. Nevertheless, you have been a dear to us. Without a doubt, you will surely be missed. Please continue watching over us up there.

Makii Manabat

Posted at 10:34pm
Hi Uncle - so this is my 4th attempt to post here since as you know, I can barely make it past my first sentence without breaking down in tears :)) .... Let me start by sharing a story from about 2yrs ago when I met a couple at the airport. The kind lady was a Filipina and an Ilongga :), her husband is an American who is a retired professor at Rutgers University. They sat at the table next to me and could not help to notice me working on my laptop, we had a lengthy conversation about life, career and family and funny enough, the man has some words of wisdom that I remember getting from you before. It was almost talking to you really. He also somewhat scolded me for not having a business card handy, telling me things that I know you will also say (all good learning stuff :). To top it off, they regard me for my fluency and how eloquent I was which I shared to them that it was because of you and Auntie Cindy that pushed me to be better in the English language. That growing up we wanted to be able to speak freely to you without having Auntie to translate every Tagalog word and plus the little debates we used to have over a variety of topics whenever you come home for a vacation in Dumarao - those moments were priceless, it challenged me well enough and really helped me overtime.

Here's a last photo I have of you, last time that we were able to see and hug you in person. I know you are in a better place now with our Creator and Lolay and Lolo and the rest of the family there in heaven. I was glad to know that you weren't in any more pain in your last days here, thankful at the same time that you can rest now without worry. I am very thankful for the support and guidance that you, and Auntie Cindy have generously blessed us with. Thank you for being a second father to us, enabling us to better ourselves and for showing us kindness in every way you can. You will never be forgotten, Uncle. Thank you for sharing your life with us. Gavin and Gene will always be lighting a candle for you, always.

Much love from Kathie, Gavin, Gene and Junren

Jed Manabat

Posted at 11:34pm
To our dearest uncle clay. May your soul rest in peace in heaven. Thank you for all the help that you have given to us.don't worry,we'll love and take care of aunt cindy. We will miss you and we all love you. HABULIN FAMILY. ❤❤❤

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