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Robert Clark Obituary
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December 08, 2016

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December 08, 2016

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August 14, 2016
With love to the memory of Bob a mam who was bigger than life !
Beverly Ruff an family
July 25, 2016
Bob came to Sudbrook United Methodist Church, Pikesville, Maryland, in the 1950's and at the same time into the lives of our family. At that time Bob was a a young man, alone in this world, who won our hearts, and the hearts of all who came to know him well. Bob lived and loved life with positivity every step of the way. He blessed the world by his presence. We are deeply saddened hearing of Bob's death. We will forever remember you, Bob, as a man and a friend who never knew a stranger. Your heart was golden! May you rest now in peace with the knowledge that you left your mark on the world in so many good ways. You will never be forgotten. You are beloved.
July 7, 2016
Bob Clark was one of the first people to reach out to our family when we visited St. Thomas' Church the first time. He was warm and welcoming. He had a great sense of humor, and you couldn't help but laugh with him when he told a corny joke, which was often. Bob taught us how to welcome strangers with a smile. He also taught us to be brave in the face of a serious health challenge, knowing that the life we have received has been a gift from God, the people in our lives are reminders of His love for us, and that the end means being closer to God than we've ever been. Bob has been missed at church for the last several months, and he will continue to be missed in our lives. But, every time we see a new person in our church, we welcome them with a smile, just like Bob did for us. Thanks Bob for the lessons you taught us. Love, Bill, Vicki, and Brian Gallagher.
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