Raylynn Clopten, born on January 26, 1973, passed away on January 10, 2023. She is survived by her mother, Wanda Martin Pimental, Brothers Darnell (Nicole) Clopten Jr. and Deon (Jami) Clopten Sr. Sisters Lache Clopten, Rachel Cotrell, Alexis (Justin) Pimental, and Desirae Clopten, Grandmother Odessa Burton, many nieces and nephews, along with many aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends. She was raised by a single mother who taught her to be an independent, strong woman. She grew up in Ogden, Utah and Sacramento, California. She loved to be around family and friends. She enjoyed swimming and listening to R&B music, which led her to chasing love from the wrong boys, like most young girls growing up. Raylynn had a very big heart and as she grew up it showed more and more. She was like a stone tossed into a pond of still water, her love would ripple out to those around her. She was the person in the room that made everyone smile and laugh. She couldn't have children of her own so the love she had and showed for her nieces and nephews and close friends' children was strong, as if they were hers. She loved when the kids would run to her for a hug, it showed how special she was. No matter what she was going through in her own life, she made others around her happy. People will forget the things she said and did in life, but never forget how she made them feel. She always wanted her friends and family to feel her love. Everyone knows she lived by her own rules and in her own way. That’s what made her happy and free and gave her the stories to tell to make others laugh. As she joins our grandparents Frank and Ruth Watkins, Grandfather George Burton, Stepfather Raymon ¨Chato¨ Pimental, and many others who have passed before, she would want everyone to be happy and she would say “Keep your head up and take care of each other”. Thank you for the times we´ve shared and all the love you gave RayRay, you will forever be in our hearts. We love you, until we meet again, rest in peace.