In Memory Of

Theresa P. Clark

Fayetteville, North Carolina

Guest Book

Although we are a long way from Fayetteville and it has been many years, we remember Theresa and her kindness to a passing military family on Ravenhill Drive. When Katie and Catherine reconnected at UNC and we saw her so many years later, she was as gracious as I remembered. Our deepest sympathy to the family.

John and Margie McNerney, Chevy Chase, MD

Although I only spent a short time with Ms. Clark and her family, I am deeply saddened to hear of her passing. While I was at Methodist University I tutored Franklin and babysat on occasion. I think he was 10 at the time. I remember her as a woman of grace and humility - a true southern lady that northerners like me admire. She was caring and giving! I remember a time she invited my dad and I over for dinner before we headed back to NY for gracious... I could see these traits...

I first met Theresa at RMWC where all the students found her to bright, interesting and witty. The tributes certainly address what a wonderful person Theresa was in her professional and private life. Theresa's envious garden speaks to her spiritual self. My prayers go out to her family and beau. May all of you be comforted by the memories of a true Southern lady.

Theresa was my roommate at Randolph-Macon
Woman's College our Sophomore year. She was
a dedicated student, displayed a lively personality
and was always pursuing new interests, such as
needlework. She was a wonderful person and I am
still in shock to learn of her death. Nancie Newkirk Loppnow, Ypsilanti, MI and Daufuskie Is., SC

Kent and I were so devastated to learn of Theresa's death. We had no idea she had been sick. We are so sorry for your loss and our prayers are with you all. Judy and Kent Webb

Theresa was a childhood friend. We both graduated from Coffee High School and attended Trinity Episcopal Church in Florence, AL. My condolences to all of her family & friends who will greatly miss her.

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

I first met Theresa Clark her first year of teaching at Methodist College, back in the late 80's. She was one of the most interesting and entertaining professors that I ever had. She taught Business Law in such a way as to make it almost easy for her students. I truly admired her for that talent. She and I became friends after my graduation and I could always count on her for good advice when it was needed. Ysars later she would become one of my daughter's professors at Methodist. And it came...

Theresa was an inspiration to all who knew her. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends.
Patti and Art Hooker


Theresa's Obituary

Theresa Clark passed away in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The obituary was featured in Fayetteville Observer on November 8, 2013.