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May 10, 2013
Brother Dave continues to be an inspiration to many even though he is asleep in the Lord. His military funeral at Pt. Hudson was rich in respect and honor by those military personnel who are also convicted to serve our country in that capacity. Dave was 100% driven in all his endeavors, and excelled in all; his spiritual commitment to his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, is the pinnacle of all his life here on earth and in Heaven. He taught many soldiers how to serve this country militarily, and he taught students the electrical profession, but most importantly, he taught the Bible. I share the electrical profession with Dave as well as his love for our Lord. I never knew Bro. Dave to have a weak handshake, and now he is ever strong in the Lord and the power of His might. I believe we Christians will see our Brother Dave again...very soon.
May 09, 2013
Well done thy good and faithful servant. It truly was an honor to know Dave and call him our friend. You will be missed by all who knew and loved you. We will see you in Heaven.
May 08, 2013
Col. Clark was one the finest teacher I had the pleasure of learning from. I enjoyed his laugh, it was infectious RIP- I will see you again.
May 07, 2013
It was a privilege and an honor to have known him. Deepest condolences to all the family. o7
May 06, 2013
Best teacher I ever had. Learned more than just school work, learned about life. Will always be a part of who I am.
May 06, 2013
Mr. Clark changed the lives of so many, including mine. I was probably the only student he let return after quitting his class. I am forever grateful to him for his kindness. May he rest in peace. See you up in Heaven some day my friend!
May 06, 2013
Best teacher I ever had. A great man and a great role model. I hope he knows all of the lives he influenced and the people he made better because they knew him. Rest in peace.
May 04, 2013
Bro. Dave was a wonderful man and he loved his Lord Jesus and we love him but we know we will see him again.
May 04, 2013
I attended Mr. Clarks last year of electronics before he retired from teaching. I will never forget the first day I met him (first day of class). He lined us all up in a line, me being the first. He took one look at me and said "ALL", you will have to lose the long hair and earrings. Needless to say, I never had long hair or earrings again. I don't know what it was about him, but I respected him. My own Mom and Dad couldn't get me to lose that image. But when Mr. Clark spoke we all listened. I believe we started the class with 35 people and finished with 15 people. Some people from classes before say he was much easier on us, and maybe he was. But he taught us alot about electronics, life, and the lord. I will never forget him, he has a place in my heart. Thanks Mr. Clark, you was a honest and true man.
May 04, 2013
COL.DAVE CLARK WAS NOT ONLY MY INSTRUCTOR AND I AM MOST PROUD TO SAY FRIEND. I REMEMBER WHEN HE ACCEPTED CHRIST AND HE WAS NOT AFRAID TO WITNESS ABOUT HIS FAITH. HE SHALL BE MISSED BY MANY. MY PRAYERS ARE WITH AND FOR HIS FAMILY.
May 03, 2013
You will be missed. What a great christian man.
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