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Clark Fitzgerald Grain

July 11, 1932November 9, 2020

Clark Fitzgerald Grain was born on July 11, 1932 and passed away on November 9, 2020 and is under the care of Duckett Funeral Home of J. S. Waterman.

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Cecile Regner

November 24, 2020

Professor Grain was so dedicated to the students of Roxbury Community College. He was a committed teacher and respected colleague. He made a difference in ways that few of us can hope to accomplish. He is missed.

Kyrsis Rodríguez

November 22, 2020

Such a gentleman and a gentle man. I was honored to be his colleague at RCC for many years. His dedication to the students and to the betterment of the institution were evident in all his actions. His sense of humor and humanity will be missed.

Nancy Teel

November 21, 2020

Clark was my colleague for many years at Roxbury Community College. He was wonderful to work with: kind, principled and with a wit that would light up a room. His contributions to the college community were so important and he touched so many lives. My deepest sympathy and condolences go out to his family and friends. May his memory be a blessing.

Kathryn Riley

November 21, 2020

Clark was my colleague at RCC. He was dignified, effective and so well respected. I send my very best wishes to his family.

Sterling Giles

November 21, 2020

Bless his memory - Clark was quietly effective. Underneath that quiet demeanor was a steely resolve to do the right thing and stick with it as long as necessary. The funny little gems that emerged along the way were always both amusing and healing.
It was an honor to work with him at RCC. I somehow think he's golfing now.

Veronica McCormack

November 20, 2020

RIP Clark Grain
It was my honor and pleasure to have worked with Prof Grain for 30 years. His wisdom, kindness, patience and always warm smile were one of the college’s greatest assets.
My sincere condolences to all his family and loved ones.

Javad Moulai

November 20, 2020

Those of us who worked with Clark will always remember the calm and wise approach he brought to RCC and our gatherings. For many years, he selflessly gave up his Fridays to be an active contributor to the union. Condolences to all who loved him.

Judy Kahalas

November 20, 2020

Behind a quiet and reserved demeanor walked a lanky giant of a man whose reticent humor surprised and delighted . I liked Clark as a human being and respected him as a colleague who never balked in doing his work with the union..
May he rest with angels and his memory be a lesson for us all.
Judy Kahalas

Bruce Brender

November 20, 2020

Dr. Grain was an inspiration to me. On the rare occasions I interacted with him, he encouraged me in my work as an Adjunct Professor of Biology. He will be missed.

Bruce Brender

Hillel Sims

November 20, 2020

I had the pleasure of knowing Clark during his last couple of years at RCC. He was a kind person, and a valuable member of the STEM Division. He cared about students, and worked very hard till he retired, even though his health was not well. His dedication is inspirational. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

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