To Naomi, Kenny, Barbie and Chuck. My thoughts and prayers are with you on the lost of your husband and father. God be with you all. Love, Jennifer Soper
Five years ago, Dad, who had always seemed so indestructible, was involved in a serious traffic accident that required his hospitalization in order that he might receive the medical and nursing care that his physical condition necessitated. It was with sorrow that we, his family and friends, visited him at the Togus Medical Center--sorrow to see one whom we loved reduced to gradually increased dependency upon his loved ones and his care givers. None-the-less, it was also with equal joy and thanks for God had spared him and allowed his family to give back to him a portion of the love and devotion that he had always given unselfishly to them. The human condition is such that it is impossible to escape pain, sorrow, and death in this life. There is, however, a better life beyond this earthly realm—a blessed life of peace, joy, and rest. Dad believed in Jesus Christ, the Son of the Living God; he believed in Him, accepted Him, and confessed Him. Now, Dad has gone to be with Him who loved Dad best. Although our hearts are heavy with the grief that this ephemeral separation engenders; we are confident of the Hope that is steadfast and sure. The Hope, who ensure, that although we cannot bring Dad back; by God's grace through Faith, we shall go to Dad one day. May the angelic hosts of Heaven rejoice for a son of God--an heir and a joint heir with Christ Jesus—has been presented by Jesus to the Father. Dad, now, most assuredly calls Him, “Abba.”
Perley "Chuck" Sasuclark
To the Kenneth Clark family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time. This man that you love has blessed you with decades of memories to share and bring comfort to one another.
My favorite, the family visits when I was very young. Marie and I would beg "Kan" to give us a push on the swing. He never refused, and one push always led to another. This big strong man could make us go high!! We took turns chanting "Marie one, me one" and "Tally one, me one". He always said "up to the sky" with each push and, yes, he was always smiling. Rest in Peace,Uncle Kan
God Bless each of you. Very much love,
Tally and Dick
My deepest sympathies to the Clark family, I will miss my papa doo so much.
To Nimmie, Kenny, Barb, Chuck, and all the family:
My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. May God's presence and peace be very near to you during the coming days.
Nimmie, do you remember the time Ken told me to hold out my hand and he put a curled up wooly bear in it and told me to give it to Mom? He got such a kick out of that.
We will always remember him. Love, Marie