Condolence & Memory Journal

"We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and be present with the Lord." 2 Cor 5:8 KJV

Posted by Ed, Chin & Bradley DuChemin - Woodbridge, VA - Family   May 20, 2017

SENDING MY .SYMPATHY TO THE CLARK FAMILY AS YOU SHARE MEMORIES OF MR. CLARK'S WELL LIVED LIFE AND CAREER. MY LATE HUSBAND ROBERT SO ENJOYED KNOWING HIM AND YOUR FAMILY AND TEACHING TOGETHER IN PRS'S SCIENCE DEPARTMENT. I LIKE TO THINK OF THEM RECONNECTING AND TALKING ABOUT FLYING AND SCIENCE.

Posted by JANICE ANTON - HAVERHILL, MA - Friend   May 18, 2017

Mr. Clark was awesome. He taught me how to drive in the Pentucket Jr High parking lot then he took me driving to Ipswich. I teach anyone who has asked me to take them driving the same way he taught me !! Great great teacher and human. Always remember your kindness !!! Patricia (Morris) Putnam

Posted by Patricia (Morris) Putnam - Somersworth, NH - Student   May 17, 2017

My deepest sympathy to Aunt Mary and all of my cousins. I had such love and respect for Uncle Walt. His ears should have constantly been burning for the number of times his Cincinnati family talked about him.He was so very special. Wishing each of you peace and comfort in the days and years ahead. You are in our prayers.

Posted by Cindy Clark and Jim Tipton - Cincinnati, OH - Family   May 17, 2017

I graduated from Pentucket high in 1989. I have lots of fond memories of Mr. Clark. He was a fabulous teacher and remarkable man. He touched many life's. May he Rest In Peace. It is the living who suffer and for that my sympathies to the family left behind.

Posted by Kate Courtemanche - West Newbury, MA - Student   May 16, 2017

My sympathies to the whole Clark family. Mr. Clark was a very positive and encouraging man, I was lucky to have him as a teacher in school and drivers ed.

Posted by Donna (Comeau) Arcand - Bow, NH - Student   May 16, 2017

Michelle-
Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your Grandfather. May you all have peace and the comfort of great memories during this difficult time.

Posted by Pam Goode - Savannah, GA - Friend   May 16, 2017

Thank you, Mr. Clark for your service to the country and to Pentucket.

Posted by Daphne Winders - Amesbury, MA - Student   May 16, 2017

My thoughts and prayers to the entire Clark family. Walter was a very good colleague and friend. We taught together in the junior (middle) high school and senior high school for many years. He and I shared our love for Groveland. He will be sorely missed. RIP my friend.

Posted by Wayne Sylvester - Milton, NH - Friend   May 16, 2017

Mr. Clark was such a unique teacher and person in so many different ways. I haven't talked to him probably in a decade or two but will always remember how much he influenced us in the neighborhood, school and drivers ed. Hope to see him again someday to say thanks! (I do believe there is a heaven)

Posted by Lisa Thornton - Palmer, MA - Neighbor   May 16, 2017

I had a hard time in school but I have good memories of Mr. Clark. I wish he knew that he helped me just by being such a gentle presence. My thoughts are with Dave and his family.

Posted by Anne Berardi - Georgetown, MA - Student   May 16, 2017

I will always remember Mr. Clark as my driving instructor in the late 1970's. To this day, I hear him saying "leave yourself an out". My condolences to the Clark Family.

Posted by Christine (Lucey) Breen - Salem, NH - Student   May 16, 2017

So sorry to hear of the family and community's loss. Mr. Clark was one of my all time favorite teachers and a good guy. Prayers for all.

Posted by Sue Dennehy    May 16, 2017

Candle

Thank you for everything you taught us, Mr Clark. I didn't even realize how much I learned from you until years later.

Posted by Dan Gregory - Lowell, MA - Student   May 16, 2017