Edward D. Clark
October 5, 1935 – August 11, 2019
Edward Donald Clark born on October 5, 1935 passed away peacefully on August 11, 2019. He is survived by his daughters Dr. Donna Clark-Hagy, Yvette Clark, and his grandson who was his pride and joy, Christopher Clark Hagy. He was preceded in death by his wife of 60 years Lupe Clark, his infant daughter Carol Lee, his parents Thomas and Ethel Clark, brothers and a sister all of New Hampshire.
Upon graduation from high school he joined the Air Force. After being stationed for a brief time in Japan, he was then stationed at Lackland AFB. It was there that he met and married his wife Lupe Garcia Clark in 1957. Once leaving the service, Ed began working for The United States Postal Service. He then worked at Kelly AFB where he served many years until his retirement.
Ed attended St. Luke’s Catholic Church and became very involved within the church community. As a founding member of the St. Luke’s Men’s Club, his service was recognized with a lifetime achievement award. Through the Men’s Club, he helped improve the Parish’s growth, needs, and contributions to various San Antonio charities and other parishes. Volunteering regularly to help set up booths for the school festival, raffle ticket sales or coordinating festival office needs. He along with the Men’s Club was instrumental in the success of the Wild Game Dinner. If all of that was not enough, Ed was part of the Ushers Committee. He ushered at many Sunday masses.
In his spare time, Ed loved sports. As a young man he attended many baseball games to see Ted Williams play. He also was on a bowling team playing out of Oak Hills bowling alley. On TV, he loved watching the Dallas Cowboys, the Spurs, and WWE Wrestling programs with his grandson. His other favorite sport of course was Golf. Ever the avid golfer, he participated in many golf tournaments. He also served as a treasurer in the Over 50 Golf Association running many of their tournaments. He passed his love of Golf to his grandson.
When he wasn’t golfing, he could be found on the Texas Coast doing his second passion, Fishing. Whether it was Deep Sea Fishing or just catching fish off the pier, Ed spent countless hours enjoying the sport. He touched many lives through his penchant for joke telling. His joy was making people happy through laughter. His undying love of God, his love for his wife and family are true examples to behold. He will be deeply missed. Services will be held on Saturday August 24, 2019 at Sunset Northwest Funeral Home 6321 Bandera Rd, San Antonio, Texas. Visitation 4-6 PM, Rosary and Service 6-8 PM.
Family Receiving Friends
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Service and Rosary
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm