Richard Owen Clark

Danville, California

1931 - 2014

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Wow, Richard O Clark came to mind after my daughter texted saying that she was on board a Bart train. Memories of Dick involving my dad in "fixing" Bart in 1973 and much earlier years in Albany with my dad, Robert (Bob) Profet, and Dick plotting the successful election of Dick to Albany's mayoral office. A google search for Richard O Clark yielded this obituary. I have fond memories of Dick from childhood and from the last time I saw him in the early '90s at Yosemite Park with my...

Dear Uncle Dick--it doesn't matter that we rarely saw each other--you always were Uncle Dick and always a part of the Clark family in my mind and heart. I'm sorry we didn't get to know each other better on this side of heaven.

Dick, you did so much in your life. Serving your country is indeed an honor. Thanks for helping us be safe and all your sacrafices. God bless you.

Dear Dick,
May you rest in peace with our Lord & Savior. We were blessed to know you and share many rosaries for our Blessed Mother at Maureen's. it was a privilege to bring you Jesus when you couldn't go to him. He was always with you.
Your friends ,
Henry & Carmen Ohlmeyer , Legion of Mary, St. Isidore

Wonderful man married to a wonderful woman. You will certainly be missed! Rest in peace,Dick.Condolences to the family.

It's been a privilege to have known Dick over these many years. He will be missed. Rest in peace, my friend.

A very impressive life and wonderful family. I am so blessed to know Roberta who has been an amazing wife, mother and grandma.


Richard's Obituary

Richard Owen ClarkJan. 29, 1931-Feb. 28, 2014Resident of DanvilleRichard "Dick" Clark, a native of Kansas City, MO was the second son of Sterling and Bess Clark. He was the younger brother of Larry Clark. The Clark family emigrated to Oakland in 1933. Dick attended Oakland Public...

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