Aycock-Riverside Funeral and Cremation Center

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Gregory Warren Clark

July 15, 1946February 11, 2020

Gregory Warren Clark, 73 of Jupiter, FL passed away on February 11, 2020. He was born in Brockton, MA on July 15, 1946; the son of the late Gustavus and Lillian Clark.

Greg graduated from Silver Lake High School in Kingston, MA. He went on to attend Northeastern University receiving his associate’s degree. He married Monica Clark on November 29, 1996 and together they shared 23 years of marriage.

Greg was an entrepreneur and excelled in all his endeavors. He had a very diversified life and his interest lay in a variety of things. He had a love for flying, motorcycle riding and golfing, but his passion was boating. Greg was bigger than life. He was smart but most of all he had a kind heart.

He is survived by his loving wife, Monica; a son, Jonathan; a sister, Geri; a brother, Doug Clark; two grandsons, Bradley and Eric; two great grandsons, Ethan and Layton; daughter-in-law, Donna and granddaughter-in–law, Chelsea.

St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105.


  • Funeral Service Friday, February 21, 2020
  • Committal Service to Follow Friday, February 21, 2020
  • Reception Friday, February 21, 2020


Gregory Warren Clark

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Ron Nation

February 17, 2020

Greg Clark. A good friend and the type of guy that the term "Larger Than Life" was meant for. Racing east on the Mass Pike to get to the K1 cart track. We got thrown out shortly after arrival. He did everything he could to win! He even brought me along on a Palm Bay deal, thanks a lot Greg. I will miss his quit whit and thoughtful advise. Greg is one of the most fun people I have ever had the pleasure to have as a friend. He will always be in my happy thoughts.

Peggy Beaumont

February 16, 2020

Greg is my son in law. I have so many fond memories with him and Monica. He always invited me on road and boating trips. I have visited so many places, that I would have never been to had it not been for Greg. I was always welcomed and he would surprised me with my favorite restaurants when it was time for me to go back home. Sometimes we didn't even leave home; he would also take us on boat rides down the intercoastal for the family to enjoy. He kept a smile on all of our faces with his jokes and teasing ways. I will continue to hold on to all my fond memories. He is greatly loved and missed. He lives on in our hearts. Rest in peace.

Candace and Tony Visco

February 15, 2020

We are Geri Cellini's friends and she was nice enough to invite us to meet her brother, Greg and his lovely wife Monica about 3 years ago. They invited us on their boat and gave us the grand tour. Later we had an enjoyable dinner with them in Plymouth, MA. What a great team Greg and Monica made. We've never forgotten their generosity or the nice time. Please accept our condolences to your whole family. We know your hearts are broken and we pray that God wraps his arms around all of you at this time and in the times ahead.
Tony and Candy Visco

Geri Cellini

February 14, 2020

My brother. He was the bane of my existence when we were teens, but we always had a special bond. He teased me, taunted me and drove me to distraction, but was always there to protect me.
Greg would invite me on trips with he and Monica. We had some memorable times, especially the trip to Alaska. We fished, hiked, banded with others in their boats, played cards and just had a super time.
Greg was especially kind and helpful to our mom. He provided her with a car, extra money and was very attentive to her needs.
My oldest brother Doug his wife Sandy and I will always feel an emptiness in our hearts. Just knowing Greg was somewhere on this earth made us feel safe.
Try not to give Mum and Dad too much trouble up there Greg. We'll see one another some day. God rest your soul.
I love you.

Michael Padula

February 14, 2020

I feel very blessed to have had Greg in my life over the past 33 or so years. We shared many common interests and I have such fond memories of the many boating trips and more recently RVing , the motorcycling that would inevitably turn into a drag race, Greg was very competitive! The times he would call at 4:30 to go meet at 5:30 for sushi (he did like that hot sake). He loved to kibitz, tease and verbally spar, and a lot of us knew what was coming out of his mouth when he ran out of come backs!! He was a good man and a loyal and trustworthy friend who I will miss dearly! Rest In Peace Big Guy!

John & Jo Rybak

February 14, 2020

Greg was an adventurer, always looking for the next challenge, taking Monica and his friends along.

Our memories are many including cruising Alaska, watching him do circles around our 34 Tug with his 49, catching fish in the Bahamas, eating Lobsta in Maine, hiking on Monhegan Island, riding in the side car of "Shultz" his Euro Motorcycle, playing golf, and enjoying his non-stop humor. We loved to banter back and forth when playing Euchre, especially when John insisted on trumping his ACE even though they were partners. Greg is the only yacht broker we ever continued to associate with after our purchase and we became very good friends.

Rest well Greg and enjoy your next adventure. We will miss you.

John & Jo Rybak

Stephen Orlowski

February 14, 2020

Sorry I did not know him
But from what I read seems like a great guy!!!!
He was abround my dad's age but my dad died in 2012
For some reason reminded me if my dad from what people r saying .
And ha e fun with my dad😉😉😉

Chelsea Clark

February 13, 2020

Fran Matakanski

February 13, 2020

I have known Greg for so many years, best friends with his sister. My memories of Greg are first the teenage years....Him with his boat skiing Herring Pond in Cedarville..of course he had the fastest on the pond!! Then in later years my husband worked for him at The Chopping Block in Mashpee, Ma. He was quite the business man and a good boss and friend to my husband!Did not see a lot of him when he moved to Florida....and started his new business but kept in touch through his sister. Not at all surprised when I read messages people have left here...He was a very likeable guy , always teasing and making us laugh! Rest in peace Greg! Keeping Monica and the family in our prayers!

Bill Pyszka

February 13, 2020

I'm really going to miss that guy. Some of my best memories was messing with him. He always had that look of something going on. I called him Dad even though he was only 4 years older then me, and Monica was Mom. That came about on a tug get together when I put Clark Jr. on my name tag. Had to believe people thought he was my real dad but that stuck for the past 15 years. I'm sure he is in a good place and still giving everyone he meets a bunch of crap....
Miss you and love you....