OBITUARY

George Alfred CLARK

October 2, 1951October 12, 2020
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Obituary

During the Fall of 1951 life was filled with hopes and dreams: the colors of autumn was seen in the trees and the sounds of nature filled the air and on October 2nd in Houston there was indeed much to celebrate. It was the day that the Clark family would welcome another son George Alfred Clark.

Born to the late Chancy and Dorothy Clark, George affectionately known as “Boozie” was the third of ten children he grew up in the West End surrounded by the love and support of his family friend and his community.

At an early age, he accepted Christ Jesus as his Lord and Savior and was Baptized under the leadership of the late Rev. Scott of St, Stephens Baptist Church.

George “Boozie” was educated in the Houston Independent School District and graduated from John H. Regan High School.

Though he never married, he was blessed with a son and a daughter.

George was preceded in death by his parents Chancy and Dorothy Clark, sisters Shirley McFalls, Donna Kay Adams, Brothers Richard Clark Sr., and Rufus Clark.

George “Boozie“ Clark leaves to cherish and continue to celebrate his life and memories his son Dana (Monique) Zephyr, daughter Tunisia (Cale) Carter, Grandchildren Cale Carter II (Columbia,SC), Caitlin Carter, Clarke Carter, Amari Zephyr, and Amore Zephyr, Sister Brenda Clark Taylor, Brothers Donald Ray (Yolanda) Clark, James ( Lynn ) Clark, Chancy III (Gloria) Clark,, Fred Clark. One Aunt Mary Addison of Simonton, Tx and a host of nieces and nephew as well as extended family and friends.

The Earthly Tabernacle of George Alfred Clark will be Borne by the Caring and Capable Hands of

Services

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, October 24, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Saturday, October 24, 2020

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FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
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FROM THE FAMILY

God doesn’t always give us the people that we want, he gives us the people we need to help us , to hurt us, to leave us to love us and to make us the person we were meant to be.

Daddy, the day I fear my WHOLE life came true when I got a text stating that you were in the Hospital and I needed to get there ASAP. My heart sank, this cannot be as we were staring to reconnect for the umpteenth time. There was a lot left unsaid, a lot of miscommunication and unspoken words. We would but heads a lot but that’s because I guess we were so much a lot in that we were both very stubborn. But words that was shared in every conversation was our love for each other. I glad that in your final moments I was able to be by your side as you lay looking at total peace. Thank you, Daddy, for the nuggets of wisdom that you shared with me many years ago that I still apply to my life a rule.

Tunisia

FROM THE FAMILY

To Our Brother

Boozie, how do you say goodbye to someone you love? Well, you just say, See You Later. You’ve been by our sides through the laughter and pain, the sickness and deaths. Our parents taught us to Stick Together we were each other’s Back Bone. Never letting go of the love that we’ve shared as Sisters and brothers. But now we must let go and allow God to take you into his presence. It’s was hard to let you go, but God knew what Best for you.

Brenda, James, Fred, Donald, and Chancy III

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

God doesn’t always give us the people that we want, he gives us the people we need to help us , to hurt us, to leave us to love us and to make us the person we were meant to be.

Daddy, the day I fear my WHOLE life came true when I got a text stating that you were in the Hospital and I needed to get there ASAP. My heart sank, this cannot be as we were staring to reconnect for the umpteenth time. There was a lot left unsaid, a lot of miscommunication and unspoken words. We would but heads a lot but that’s because I guess we were so much a lot in that we were both very stubborn. But words that was shared in every conversation was our love for each other. I glad that in your final moments I was able to be by your side as you lay looking at total peace. Thank you, Daddy, for the nuggets of wisdom that you shared with me many years ago that I still apply to my life a rule.

Tunisia

FROM THE FAMILY

To Our Brother

Boozie, how do you say goodbye to someone you love? Well, you just say, See You Later. You’ve been by our sides through the laughter and pain, the sickness and deaths. Our parents taught us to Stick Together we were each other’s Back Bone. Never letting go of the love that we’ve shared as Sisters and brothers. But now we must let go and allow God to take you into his presence. It’s was hard to let you go, but God knew what Best for you.

Brenda, James, Fred, Donald, and Chancy III

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Biography

Obituary
During the Fall of 1951 life was filled with hopes and dreams: the colors of autumn was seen in the trees and the sounds of nature filled the air and on October 2nd in Houston there was indeed much to celebrate. It was the day that the Clark family would welcome another son George Alfred Clark.

Born to the late Chancy and Dorothy Clark, George affectionately known as “Boozie” was the third of ten children he grew up in the West End surrounded by the love and support of his family friend and his community.

At an early age, he accepted Christ Jesus as his Lord and Savior and was Baptized under the leadership of the late Rev. Scott of St, Stephens Baptist Church.

George “Boozie” was educated in the Houston Independent School District and graduated from John H. Regan High School.

Though he never married, he was blessed with a son and a daughter.

George was preceded in death by his parents Chancy and Dorothy Clark, sisters Shirley McFalls, Donna Kay Adams, Brothers Richard Clark Sr., and Rufus Clark.

George “Boozie“ Clark leaves to cherish and continue to celebrate his life and memories his son Dana (Monique) Zephyr, daughter Tunisia (Cale) Carter, Grandchildren Cale Carter II (Columbia,SC), Caitlin Carter, Clarke Carter, Amari Zephyr, and Amore Zephyr, Sister Brenda Clark Taylor, Brothers Donald Ray (Yolanda) Clark, James ( Lynn ) Clark, Chancy III (Gloria) Clark,, Fred Clark. One Aunt Mary Addison of Simonton, Tx and a host of nieces and nephew as well as extended family and friends.

The Earthly Tabernacle of George Alfred Clark
will be Borne by the Caring and Capable Hands of

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