(COLBERT, OKLAHOMA) -- A funeral was held this morning for the second young man police say was shot and killed in Hugo on August 3rd.
Floyd Clegg and Quaylin Hayden were allegedly killed in a violent way, something no family member of friend ever wants to go through, but at today's funeral, family and friends of Floyd Clegg put that behind them to celebrate the life the life of the man they loved.
There wasn't an empty seat at Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Colbert Wednesday morning as family and friends gathered to celebrate the life of 23-year-old Floyd Clegg.
Pastor Chris Thomas addressed the thoughts on the minds of Clegg's family and friends when a young man's life is taken too soon.
The pastor hoped to provide answers and peace to the family and friends.
Those who knew Clegg say he was a hard worker.
Steve Davis said, "I remember smiles on his face..you know he never missed one day of work every day he was there with his truck ready to go."
His friends say they are still trying to come to grips with what's happened..
Darrion Storey said, "oh man that hurt me really bad, basically my heart is torn into pieces to this day."
Jarred Brown said, "I was shocked I didn't believe it when I first heard the news..it just didn't seem like it was real."
Rick Sommers said, "it saddened my heart that such a young man, so full of life ,so full of vigor has come to an end at the hand's of another young man for no reason."
Clegg worked at Eagles Suspensions in Durant. He leaves behind three daughters.
The other young man killed that night, 19-year-old Quaylen Hayden of Sherman was laid to rest last week in Denison.