Stephen Lamire Clark

January 12, 1944October 13, 2020

It is with deep sorrow and much love that we mourn the passing of Stephen Lamire Clark of Phoenix, Arizona on October 13, 2020, at the age of 76 years.

He was preceded by his mother, Nellie Mae Clark, his stepfather Emery Clark, his father, Arthur B. Clark, his stepmother Viola Clark his brother Larry B. Clark and his beloved dog, Ruffles.

He will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 58 years, Carol; his children: Deborah (John) Flickinger and Bruce Clark; his grandchildren: Rachel Irvin, Jeffrey O’Hara, Bethany O’Hara, and Marisa Moline; his sisters, Judith (Kenneth) Burwell; Linda Jansma, Patricia Clark, his brothers; Kevin (Dena) Clark, Bruce (Rose) Clark, Barry Clark, Trent Clark, his brother in law Warren (Marlene) Stacy, and his great grandchildren; Drake Irvin, Savannah Irvin, Abel McClymonds, Ella Moline, and Gwen Moline. Also, many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Stephen was born on January 12, 1944 in Biloxi, Mississippi, on the military base, he loved the outdoors, camping, water skiing, snow skiing, boating, and riding his motorcycle. He loved finding bargains. He enjoyed working as an aerospace welder at D-Velco manufacturing for 46 years.

In lieu of flowers please send donations to your local animal shelter.

A Visitation / Prayer Service will be held at 1:00 p.m., on October 24, 2020 at North Valley Baptist Church. 2109 E. Rose Garden Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85024


  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, October 24, 2020


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Julie Sievert

October 25, 2020

We became friends when I started daily walks by his house. Steve could talk to you about any subject. I was always amazed at what an interesting life he had and how very smart he was. His ability to get a deal was legendary and enjoyed talking about his latest bargains.
He was a welcomed fixture around the neighborhood and will be sorely missed.

Melissa Kisner (Read)

October 17, 2020

He was scary quiet, I was just the teenage girl who lived across the street that he frequently found in the middle of his living room with his own children. Needless to say I was super well behaved when Mr Clark got home from work. He was always very kind but you definitely paid attention when he spoke. Eventually he got used to me being around and over a couple of summers of boat trips, we begged him to let me tag along on ... he taught me how to water ski. That was the awesomest, it is my favorite memory of Steve, it was 38 years ago and I remember those lessons like it was yesterday..... I pray you had a beautiful birthday in Heaven sir, Melissa Read Kisner ✝️🌹💜


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