KEVIN-CLARK-Obituary

KEVIN CLARK

Oswego, Illinois

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Its been a year today. And I still miss you like crazy. You were a great friend. You will always be in my heart brother.

in memory of a great person that has for filled his lifes dreams

So sorry to hear about your loss. I am a student at My Dance Hub. You have my sympathy.

Joanne: I am very sorry to hear of Kevin's passing. We enjoyed meeting him and I recall his apparent enthusiasm for life in general and his projects in particular. We will keep you and your family in our prayers, and will ask that God grant you strength and peace.

Kevin Clark ranks among the world's most special people. The first words Kevin ever said to me set the tone for the entire time I knew him. As a potential boarder pulling into the Park Oaks driveway, he immediately conveyed to me that he wouldn't be yet another crazy barn owner, but someone I could truly trust with my horse's care. Five minutes later, my second impression of Kevin was that of his love for his wife Jo. As we waited for her lesson to finish up so they could take me on a tour of...

Many people come and go throughout our lives and every once in awhile someone touches us in a special way. That was Kevin. He was such an up-beat person, always smiling and willing to help anyone. He made you feel good by just being around him. Kevin, I will miss you. God bless your family and friends.

Leo and Monte

Although I have only know Kevin for the last 18 months, he was a delight to be around. He always had a smile on his face and enjoyed doing the day to day activities at the barn. He will be truly missed.

I am blessed to have known Kevin and am grateful for the friendship we shared. I pray that Jo and all of Kevin's family find comfort through the love and support of each other as well as good friends. God bless. Kevin...you will be greatly missed.

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Kevin Clark Kevin Clark, age 49 years of Big Rock, IL, died Sunday, February 24 at his residence. He was born December 11, 1963 in England, the son of Daphne (nee Causton) and Patrick Clark. He married Joanne Caroline (Payne) Clark on January 18, 2003 in Creaton, England. Following a successful...

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