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Jayden Bryan Clough

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Jayden Bryan Clough went on a journey with the Lord on August 1, 2020. Jayden was a native of Douglas, Georgia. Jayden was always an adventurous child and loved learning his ABC’s and writing his name. Jayden loved going places like Holt’s Bakery to get a cupcake before going to school and Bobby’s to order a pepper with a lot of rice (Dr. Pepper with a lot of ice). He also loved going to the car wash with his nana and papa. Jayden also loved going places with his Uncle Bubba (Roger Carter) like going to the beach and also to Wild Adventures and to the mountains. Jayden never met a stranger.  Jayden also loved watching Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. And he also had a magic friend named Johnny Johnny.


Jayden was proceeded in death by his great grandparents, Dossey Clough and Donald Clough, Jimmy Thomas, Lenzy H. Carter, Jr., Edmond Rubidoux, Elizabeth Rubidoux, Robert Castine, Madora Castine, several aunts and uncle, Johnny Johnny (Magic Friend).


Jayden is survived by his loving ragndparents Tammy and James Thompson of Douglas; his sister Destiny Clough of Douglas and Trinity Clough of Douglas; his mother Elizabeth Ann Clough (John) of  Texas and his father Dakota Rubidoux of Valdosta; his grandparents Lenzy H. Carter III (Doris) of Fleming, Curtis Morrison of Hinesville, Steven Rubidoux of Valdosta, Jennie Castine of Valdosta; his  great grandparents Peggy and Harold Morrison, and his loving great grandmother Sara Carter of Fleming. He is also survived by his Uncle Roger Carter (Ashlee) of Douglas; Aunt Sabrina Geams (Austin) of Douglas; Aunt Savannah Carter (Nick) of Hinesville; Uncle Terry Thompson  (Samantha) of Douglas; Uncle Brandon Thompson of Douglas; Uncle Kyle Rubidoux  of Tennessee; Aunt Kailyn Castine of Valdosta; and several aunts and uncles and multiple cousins, also several very special friends Shelly Shatto of Douglas, Clay Browning of Douglas, Nate Cooper of Valdosta, Kamari Thompson, Xaria Thompson of Douglas and his dog named Pooh Bear  


The family would like to give a special thank you to Ms. April and Ms. Lucy – Pre-K Teacher, Ms. Morgan – Indian Creek Principal, Douglas Police Department, Douglas Fire Department, CRMC EMS, CRMC ER Staff, Douglas Lions Club, Children’s Cancer Society, Johnson Funeral Service and Westside Elementary Staff, Coffee County Board of Education.

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