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November 24, 2017
Dear Much Beloved wife & family of Clark,
I met Clark a few years ago when looking for my private lesson spot in Breckinridge....
A friendly smile must have seen the frustration in my face after dropping off grands in ski school and side stepping up a large hill!
He asked how he could help ? I explained I was late & looking for my lesson... he said "your in luck
I'm looking for my student"....After a good laugh.... The lesson proceeded!
Being a Texan & skiing only 2-3 times per year It helped to have that day of a lesson.
He was such a light!!!! He could tell I was going through a bit of a hard time so he was very patient, kind and full of joy! His big smile was so reassuring!!!
We kept in touch via text with positive , uplifting things to say every so often...
I was sad today when I asked for him and heard of his "home going"....
I had tears and more than a moment of silence!
My fiancé hugged me as he knew how much I had looked forward to seeing Clark again! He even had tears ...
I will not ever forget such a gentle man with a "go getter" attitude And a light that was shining for all to see!!!
I am so sorry for your loss but know he's definitely skiing the big hill now....for sure lots of soft powder and a huge smile !!!
Very sincerely ,
Allison Gray
Formerly of Texas
Now Colorado Springs
November 10, 2017
Dear Margaret & Family,

Alma and I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Clark on our 1st ski trip. We had never been skiing before. He was our instructor, and we hit it off from the start. He was a great instructor, and a great person. We even had dinner later that evening. It was such a great time and conversation. He was a very wise man, with great words of wisdom. He gave me his business card, so we could stay in touch. Alma and I are planning on going again this Winter. We were looking forward to seeing him again, but we found the news of his passing. We will forever remember Mr. Clark, especially when we ski. My condolences to the Family!

Rest in Peace Mr. Clark
November 10, 2017
We had the pleasure of meeting Clark in December of 2015 when we went skiing for the first time in Breckenridge. Mr. Clark loved the outdoors, loved to ski, and was very wise and offered us so many great tips and gave us great advice. We were looking forward to meeting with Mr. Clark this coming December of 2017 since we are going to Breckenrdige and we could not have been more sad to find out that he has passed away. Mr. Clark left a lasting impression on me and my family. We shared some beautiful memories with him skiing that we will treasure forever. My condolences to his family who he loved so much.
March 10, 2017
A fine Marine, father, husband, and person!