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August 17, 2018

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January 19, 2018
please accept my heartfelt condolences. may you find comfort from God's loyal love.
January 16, 2018
I love Mr. Clark. I fell in love with physics and earned a degree in physics because of his infectious enthusiasm for science and his incredible teaching ability. God bless him.

Also, I feel like I should be surprised that on top of everything else he was a spy for the CIA, yet somehow I'm not surprised. What a man!

My condolences to his family and loved ones for their loss. Hopefully it helps a little to know how many random high school students' lives were transformed for the better by him.
January 15, 2018
Loved Mr. Clark. He was such a great educator and a committed teacher. He always had a great sense of humor along with an amazingly fast mind. I still remember many of his thoughtful lessons in class.
I graduated in the late 90's and have thought of him and his classes many times since.
The CIA affiliation was a fun detail to learn but not wholly surprising.
January 14, 2018
The best teacher I've ever had was Mr. Clark. I've never had a teacher show the same passion for the subject that he taught, and have it be so completely contagious. He cared for his students deeply, and I couldn't take enough classes from him. And every one of them I learned far deeper than any other subject. To this day I can tell you what kind of minerals are in a particular specimen of granite, or if a rock is slate or shale, or any other manner of rock classification (including remember his jokes about gneiss and schist). I still look up and learn about the earth around me, because he instilled in me an insatiable curiosity and love for geology and the earth around me. I was privileged to go on his Grand Canyon trip twice, and was amazed that he gave so much to his students in terms of going completely above and beyond the call of duty. I made a telescope with a handful of random materials because of the principles we learned in his physics class. In short my life is still all the richer for having known him. I feel it a privilege to have been his student, and I regret that I never got to go back and tell him how much he influenced my life and love of geology.