Charles Arthur Clark

December 21, 1947July 7, 2013

Clark, Charles Arthur, 65, of Port Orange passed away Sunday, July 7, 2013. He was born on December 21, 1947 in Niagara Falls, NY son of Beverly (Palmiter) and Charles Clark. A Vietnam War Veteran, he proudly served in the U.S. Army. Throughout his life, Charlie was generous in sharing his personal attributes, giving and helping those he knew and loved. He was a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church, and did volunteer work for Hospice of Volusia/Flagler. He was an active member of Spruce Creek Country Club serving on the board of directors and chairman of the House committee. His family was the center of his life and they will never forget his outgoing personality, his compassionate nature and his sense of responsibility. Left to cherish his memory is his wife of 31 years , Agatha; his daughter Christine; sons, Cory (Amanda) and Nicholas (Stacy); brothers, Kenneth (Pricilla) and Dennis (Elizabeth); sister, Barbara(Thomas) Wright and grandchildren, Melissa, Luke, Adriana, Jaylin, Isabella and Bryan. The family will be receiving friends Thursday 3-7- PM at Volusia Memorial FH 4815 Clyde Morris Blvd. Port Orange. Funeral services will be held 11:00 am Friday at Our Savior Lutheran Church 1715 Taylor Rd. Port Orange. The family request in lieu of flowers donations in his name to Our Savior Lutheran Church. Condolences may be shared with the family at


  • Visitation Thursday, July 11, 2013
  • Funeral Services Friday, July 12, 2013

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July 17, 2013

Wonderful husband and father ...Jim and I have been away and our hearts are so heavy to hear of Charlie's passing...Spruce Creek Fly-In will not be the same without his cheery smile.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Joanne and Jim Hvisdas

July 13, 2013

We will always remember Charlie's smile and laughter. We are all blessed to have know such a wonderful man.

Susan and Jerry Borchin

Shirley Palmiter

July 12, 2013

Charlie was a kind and loving person and there was always a smile on his face. Wish we could have had him around a little longer. Chuck and I had many good memories of our time together.

July 11, 2013

I'll never forget the week our families shared in Vermont about 30 years ago. You & I played a round of golf and we were terrible. I hit my tee shot about 3 inches and then you hit yours about 5 inches. You turned to me and proudly said "at least I out-drove you"!! I still haven't stopped laughing. I'll miss you, my friend. You had a great sense of humor and an even greater heart.

Your friend forever, Ray Valentine

Lisa and Bill O'Brien

July 11, 2013

May God Bless and Keep all of you during this time. We have you in our prayers.

July 11, 2013

We were very sorry to hear about Charlie. He was a very funny guy with alot of passion. I have many great memories of when he and I worked for the phone company in the Wantagh offices.We had a wonderful time,when visiting Charlie & Agatha's home. We were given the royal tour of the air strip in his golf cart! What a great day! For his family, know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love Sue & Bob Dougherty and Aunt Tiny

Josephine Puglisi

July 11, 2013

My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Clark family. He was truly one-of-a-kind. Charlie was the best co-worker I ever had. I will truly miss his humor, his caring nature, his smiles and hugs. May God Bless you all...especially Agatha as he loved you so very much.

Jim & Sandy Burgess

July 11, 2013

We are very saddened to hear of Charlie's passing. We will fondly remember his baking and his sense of humor. Cherish your memories of Charlie.

Mike and Linda Beccario

July 11, 2013

Mike and I are so sorry for your loss. Our lasting memory will be of sharing dinner, stories and laughter. He will be missed.

Glen Davis

July 11, 2013

How I will miss Charlie's great sense of humor and his mischievous smile. If ever I needed help with a project, large of small, I knew that Charlie would be there to assist and advise. Some people know a little bit about a lot of things. Charlie knew a lot about a lot of things. He was a first-class friend. And how he loved Agatha! Almost every time we would get together he would tell me how lucky he was to have Agatha as his wife. He would brag about her seemingly unlimited attributes, from cooking to kindness, business to beauty, loyalty to loving. I'll forever miss my friend, Charlie.