my heart is with you, Judy and Suzan
Loved your dad! He was smart, funny, kind and gentle, with an amazing sense of humor. He meant so much to our family. Oh the memories and the stories! I think some of my parents happiest times were spent with him and Joyce; be it watching the Trail Blazers, brewing homemade wine, picking berries at night, dinners at your doing room table..... I feel fortunate to have spent the better part of my life as an extended part of this family. Sending you all my love!
The Sacchi Family extends great sympathy to the family of Gary Clark.
I have very fond memories of Gary Clark and his lively wife Joyce. I have enjoyed the friendship of all three of their daughters over the years.
A very lovely family is in our prayers as they cherish their memories.
Ron & Tamra, Stephen & Emily, Joe and Gemma Sacchi
Lots of winter weekend evenings playing cards and sharing laughs. We were a group of young farmers and this was the only entertainment most of us could afford on a regular basis.
Raised with Gary & Joyce's daughters was a great asset to my childhood. Watching Gary work long and hard days farming. At a young age I was taught to pick strawberries in the MANY fields he planted. My parents knowing them for many long years. I fondly remember him as a "somewhat" serious man and respected him always. Judy, Robin and Suzan, yes he loved you girls. With your heavy hearts please remember he is no longer in pain. God Bless you all.
Gary was always welcoming when we visited at holidays and was always a great personality!
I knew Gary as a loving father to his daughters, a technology wizard, and with an infallible sense of humor met the trials of his aging body with a smile. My thoughts are with his loving daughters.
I am beyond grateful for the opportunity to know this family most of my life. Hugs and prayers to you all. He truly will be missed.