Victory First Presbyterian Church Pennsylvania & Pacific Avenues, Atlantic City NJ US 08401 Saturday, May 29, 2010, 09:00 am - 11:00 am
Victory First Presbyterian Church Pennsylvania & Pacific Avenues, Atlantic City NJ US 08401 Saturday, May 29, 2010, 11:00 am
Laurel Memorial Park Egg Harbor Township NJ US 08234 Saturday, May 29, 2010
Obituary of Larry Frazier Clark
Larry Frazier Clark traded his earthly home for a heavenly one on Sunday, May 23, 2010. He was born on May 20, 1948, in Newport News, Virginia, to Eloise Bentley Clark and the late James Clark. Deacon Larry Clark was steadfast in his faith, devoted to his family, faithful to his church, loyal to his friends, dedicated to his occupation, and captivated by his favorite past time, roller skating. Larry was employed by Atlantic City Electric Company for 34 years in a number of positions, the last one being a trouble serviceman. He was ordained a deacon of the New Hope Baptist Church in 1978, where he served as the chair of the deacon board the past several years and director of the youth department from 1976 - 2009. Additionally, at New Hope, he previously taught sunday school, Bible study, and served as a youth choir director. He was a member of the New John Howard Gospel Caravan for approximately 22 years. Larry was also a member of the Father's Auxiliary of the Atlantic City, New Jersey Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. He served in the United States Army, 1968-1970. Larry always was willing to lend a helping hand. Deacon Clark is survived by his wife, Annie B. Clark; four children, Joy Clark-Townsel (Chester) of St. Petersburg, FL, Monique Clark of Trenton, NJ, and Nigel and Miles Clark, both of the home; his mother, Eloise Clark Mansfield and stepfather, Ruther Mansfield, of St. Petersburg, FL; three grandchildren, DeSean, Seanna, and Amirah Clark; aunt, Annie Gregory; cousins, Ali Reynolds and Annie Reynolds; a goddaughter, Tamesha Graham Floyd; brother-friends, Deacon Clarence Davenport and Deacon Isaac Somerville; a mother-in-law, four sisters-in-law, two brothers-in-law, three nieces, one nephew, and numerous other relatives and friends. Deacon Larry F. Clark left an indelible impression on the hearts and minds of all who knew him. He will be missed.