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A devoted father, brother, father-in-law, uncle, cousin, and friend, Chris William Clark was

born on Monday, February 26, 1945 to the late Alfred Clark, Sr and Margaree Joe Clark in

Thebes, Arkansas. He was the 4th child of 13 from this union. Chris accepted Christ in his life

while attending Saint Peter Missionary Baptist Church. Chris attended schools in

Portland Arkansas.

After relocating to California in 1968, Chris began working as a Merchant Seaman. In …


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Psalm 121 reads: “I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth.” It is great sadness that I announce the passing of our beloved father. The one called Daddy, CW, Old Man, Big Chris, Lil Chris, Papa, and Mr. Clark, was called home on Sunday, May 1st. I ask that you please keep us in prayer as we navigate through these tough times. The public viewing for Chris W. Clark will be: Thursday, May 12th 2:00 – 6:00pm Baker Prado Funeral Home 980 8th St Oakland, CA 94607 The public Graveside services will be: Friday, May 13th 12:00pm Memory Garden Cemetery 3873 East Ave Livermore, CA 94550 Flowers, cards, and condolences can be sent directly to the family at: Chris T. Clark c/o Chris W. Clark 29904 Red Maple Ct Hayward, CA 94544 Thank you in advance. “Goodbyes are never forever, are not the end; it simply means I’ll miss you until we meet again”.

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Passed away

May 1st, 2022
Oakland, CA

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