Clay Wall “Bo” McIn­nis III

Cecil Whig - - & -

Clay Wall “Bo” McIn­nis III, 38, of Hockessin, DE, died on March 29, 2016. Born on Oct. 26, 1977 in Wilm­ing­ton, DE, Clay was the son of the late Clay Wall McIn­nis Jr. and the late Judy Bre­deson McIn­nis.

From a young age, Clay was pas­sion­ate about music. His mother ini­tially taught him the pi­ano key­board on her ac­cor­dion. Her mu­si­cal tal­ents as well as his fa­ther’s nat­u­ral ear for music in­spired Clay to take up the sax­o­phone, and in mid­dle and high school, he be­gan play­ing other in­stru­ments, like the gui­tar and drums. Clay ap­pre­ci­ated all gen­res. In col­lege and af­ter, he cher­ished the time he spent with friends dur­ing their “jam ses­sions.” While he also en­joyed rid­ing his mo­tor­cy­cle and col­lect­ing clas­sic VW buses and trucks, music was Clay’s life.

Clay’s friends and fam­ily re­mem­ber him as a smart, kind, and lov­ing per­son who had a gen­er­ous spirit. His nieces adored him.

Clay is sur­vived by his sib­lings Meghan McIn­nisDominguez and Ian McIn­nis, his brother-in-law Diego Dominguez, Ian’s part­ner Char­lynn Evans and her son Gavin, and his nieces Leila and Vi­o­leta Dominguez and Gyl­liana and Gabrielle McIn­nis.

A fam­ily-co­or­di­nated cel­e­bra­tion of life will be held pri­vately.

In lieu of flow­ers, me­mo­rial con­tri­bu­tions may be made to the De­pres­sion and Bipo­lar Sup­port Al­liance: http:// www.db­sal­

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R.T. Foard Fu­neral Home, P.A.

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