And when we say our last Goodbye….
Excerpts from Obituary
Clinton Curtis Boyd, Jr. was born on January 16, 1962 in Nashville to Barbara Jean Walls Boyd and Clinton Curtis Boyd, Sr.
Clint was selected to attend pre-engineering program at Vanderbilt University prior to his senior year in high school where he met Elaine Houston, his future wife. Clint chose to attend the University of Knoxville after his senior year in graduated in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering.
Clint [pledged] as a freshman [at] the Iota Beta chapter at UT Knoxville.
Clint most recently served as chaplain and chapter reporter for Gamma Phi. Clint received the Omega Man of the Year Award from Gamma Phi in 2012 and 2013, and was the Graduate Omega Man of the Year for the 5th District in 2014.
Always a visionary, Clint created two programs that have earned national recognition while in the role of chaplain at Gamma Phi. On the last Friday of every month since March 2010, Clint has facilitated the Omega Power 20, a 20 minute conference call which allowed Omegas from around the world to unite in prayer. Through the Omega Widows Assist Program (OWAP), launched in 2011, Gamma Phi Chapter members provide light, short-term work projects around the homes of widows of Gamma Phi members.
Clint lived life to the fullest, pursuing his passions with commitment and focus. [We will miss you my Brother, until we meet again]