Carson Jay Clark
August 28, 1957 – November 7, 2018
Carson Jay Clark, age 61, passed away surrounded by his family on November 7, 2018 at Sharp Memorial in San Diego. He was born on August 28, 1957 in Beaumont California to Roland and Corene (Hanson) Clark. On March 2, 1985 he married his wife Elaine. He faithfully dedicated 32 years to his career in law enforcement, retiring as Sergeant from the San Diego Sheriff’s Department in 2008. He was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, and friend. He is survived by his wife Elaine, daughters Emily (Joshua) and Stephanie, grandchildren Jason and Joel, mother Corene Clark and brothers Byron and Roger Clark. He will be remembered always for his joyous laughter, willingness to help others, and loving spirit. He will be laid to rest at 10:00am Saturday November 17, 2018 at Glen Abbey.
- Memorial Service Saturday, November 17, 2018
- Reception at Chula Vista Golf Course 4475 Bonita Road Bonita, CA 91902 Saturday, November 17, 2018
Carson Jay Clark
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November 17, 2018
Carson and I first met way back in 1978. He was a young Cadet and I was 10 years older and a Deputy. We worked the warrant office on week ends and all the worst hours, grave yards, etc. We got along well and relied on each other. As the years went by I thought of him not only as a fellow Deputy, but as a friend. Carson always worked hard and I was happy for him when he was promoted to Sergeant. Although serious about his job, he was always quick to joke around and laugh. He was always willing to help in anyway possible. He was my Sergeant when I retired and remember what he said to me. "Please give me a call if you need anything". My response was "Thanks, I hope you make Lt. Sorry I can't be there Ellie, we're out of town. My love to you and family. Bill
November 13, 2018
I will never forget Sgt. Clark who was always a safe and approachable mentor at the Marshal’s and Sheriff’s Depts. I will never forget his wisdom and advice with a knowing in his sparkling eyes. Carson was a solid guy you could trust and count on every single day. I will forever remember this impressive man.