Edward Nathan Clark III
June 17, 1967 – December 31, 2017
Edward N. Clark III, “Ted,” age 50, of Warren, passed away, Sunday, December 31, 2017 at his residence. Born in Attleboro, a son of the late Edward N. Clark Jr. and Janet (Tucker) Clark, he was a longtime resident of Warren. A graduate of Bishop Feehan High School, Class of 1985, he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Rhode Island. He worked as a Molecular Biologist for many years and most recently at Media Services Group in Providence. He was a member of the Providence Presbyterian Church and the Touisett Point Community Club. Mr. Clark enjoyed sailing and spending time with family, friends, and neighbors in the community he loved. He is survived by two daughters, Hailey and Brynne Clark both of Lincoln; two sisters, Sara Annand of Carolina, RI, Michele Kjeldahl of Virginia, and former wife Lori Vellucci of Lincoln. A Memorial Service will be held and announced at a later date and time. To send a tribute, please visit: www.wilbur-romano.com
- Memorial Service to be announced at a later date and time
Edward Nathan Clark III
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January 12, 2018
Rest in Peace, Brother Ted.
Until we meet again...XO
January 10, 2018
My heart aches with sorrow that Ted has passed. He was a life long friend that you could always count on for a big smile, and a hearty laugh. He was such a humble man, always listening but never sharing too much information unless it was about his daughters. This subject always brought a light into his eyes. He considered them his biggest accomplishment, and how proud he was that they both had different passions and that he and Lori always embraced these passions, and that Lori always found a way for them to pursue them. He would tell anyone that his x wife Lori, was the most amazing mother and that he was lucky to have "snagged" her. :-). Ted was a terrific photographer, an avid Sailor, a handy man, and a scientist. He had many layers, each one more interesting than the next. It was a pleasure to know him! there will forever be a void in the "hood" without him! Rest peacefully my friend.
The Staff of Wilbur-Romano Funeral Home
January 7, 2018
Offering our deepest condolences at this difficult time.