Robert Clark Obituary, St. Albans, Longtime Member And President Of The Local Jaycee’s Has Died

Robert Clark Obituary, Death –  St. Albans resident Robert Glynn Clark, who was 81 years old, passed away in a calm and serene manner on March 28, 2024, in St. Albans, surrounded by his devoted family, according to the announcement made by his family. On the 25th of June, 1942, he was born in Burlington to his parents, A. Stanley Clark and June (Hill) Clark.

After completing his high school education at Bristol High School in 1962, he went on to receive a degree in accounting from Champlain College in 1964. In 1962, on November 22nd, Robert tied the knot with Barbara Boire. For a period of 37 years, he served as the Accounting Manager for Fonda Container. Additionally, he was a co-owner of Barbara’s Bouquets in St. Albans, New York, with Barbara for a period of 36 years.

Spending time with his family was something that Bob very much enjoyed doing. He attended a lot of his children’s and grandchildren’s school activities and sporting events. Every Wednesday evening, he and Barbara would get together with a large number of their closest friends and spend the evening going out to dinner and playing cards. As members of the “Edward Street Decorating Committee,” Bob and Barbara were recognized for their contributions.

He cherished spending his summers on vacation with his family. Among his hobbies was the collection of antiquities and “junk.” Being able to “help” Barbara at the flower store by making deliveries was something he enjoyed doing during his retirement years. For him, the many food groups included chips, sweets, and Barbara’s Dill Pickles, which were his favorite veggie.

He also enjoyed eating a wide variety of foods. Bob was usually fast with a smile, a laugh, and a joke. He had a good sense of humor and was always ready to give a joke. Additionally, he was considered to be a generous, kind, and selfless individual who prioritized the well-being of others before his own.

Bob served as President of the local Jaycees for a significant amount of time. He and Barbara were honored as the Jaycee Couple of the Year in the past for the contributions they made to the community of St. Albans over the course of their membership. Additionally, he took great pride in his “Homemade Jaycee Chicken Marinade,” which he had been serving at the Vermont Maple Festival for many years.

The family of Bob would like to express their gratitude to the compassionate personnel at the Franklin County Rehab Center, who have gone above and beyond to fulfill and beyond all of Bob’s requirements while he was staying with them.

His sons Timothy Clark (and his wife Lina), Brian Clark (and his wife Tammie Day), and Randy Clark (and his wife Stacey), as well as his grandchildren, Brian Clark II (and his wife Mindy), Benjamin Clark (and his wife Zachary Phillips), Aaron Clark (and his wife Kayleigh), Eva Clark, Anthony Clark (and his wife Jenna Eaton), Jarad Clark (and his wife Devan), Aysha Clark, Lauren Clark, and Elena Clark, as well as his great-grandsons Bradley and Brody Clark, as well as his brother David Clark (and his wife Donna), and a number of nieces and nephews, survivors of his passing.

On Thursday, April 4, 2024, at eleven o’clock in the morning, Holy Angels Church will be the location of a Mass of Christian Burial and a Gathering to Remember the deceased. A time for reflection will be held in the Brady & Levesque Funeral Chapel on Wednesday, April 3, 2024, from four o’clock in the afternoon until seven o’clock in the evening. At a later date in the spring, the burial will take place in the Clark family lot located within Holy Cross Cemetery.

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