Colin Michael Clark

Fort Collins, Colorado

Apr 11, 1984 – Aug 26, 2019


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Bohlender Funeral Chapel Obituary

Colin was born on April 11, 1984 and passed away on Monday, August 26, 2019. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, September 18 at 7:00 P.M. at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colorado. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Arsenal Colorado Soccer Club Scholarship in memory of Colin Clark.

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My deepest condolences. Colin was an inspiration and hero. I have a profound gratitude for all of the sacrifices and community the Clark family helped foster in Fort Collins. The lessons I learned still improve my life to this day. Thank you and God bless.

Kenny & Sherry,
Words cannot express how shocked and heartbroken we are for you. Colin was such a talented young man and we know how very proud you were of him. We are praying for you and your family for God to help your hearts to heal.
Love to all,
Doug & Sandy Howlett

Colin was such an amazing young man. Such a tragic loss for the entire family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. We are there with you in spirit. So terribly sorry for your loss.

We were blessed to have Colin coach our daughter Bree at RUSH years ago and she is still playing as a senior at the Air Force Academy with that same passion for soccer that Colin had. He was kind and funny and we enjoyed our time with him.
He will always have a special place in our hearts♥. Our prayers go out to his family during this difficult time.
God Bless,
The Bezdeks
Clint * Jenelle * Breeana * Paige

Colin, Ill never forget the first time I saw your sparkly, kind eyes and big, friendly smile. I thank you for being such a patient and calm father, which has helped me to become calm and patient myself. My heart goes out to Tyce and the rest of your family and close friends.

Thank you, Colin, for bringing so much to my life in the short period we knew each other. I will never forget your incredible kindness and loving nature. You were such a beautiful person. My sincere condolences to Tyce, your parents, brother and all of your family and friends.


Stay strong ... I cant start to think of what you are feeling and going throw. My thoughts and prayers are with you and we stand ready to help where needed. We love you guys.


Coin is our much loved nephew, cousin! It was such a shock to hear of his death. We are the Ohio Clark side of Colin's family, we are so proud of him. Such a wonderful young man! There is a big hole in our hearts since he passed. Please keep all our family in your prayers, next Tuesday will be a really hard day for all of us. Kenny, Sherry, Spencer, and Tyce we can't wait to hug you all, cry and laugh about all the special times we shared with you all. Thank you Rapids for all the kind things...

Colin was an amazing athlete, friend and father. He loved his son more than everything! He was always really kind to me as a child.