Teddy Gene Clark

Teddy Clark
Teddy Clark

Teddy Gene Clark, 75, of Amarillo, TX died Sunday, December 29, 2019.

Memorial services will be at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, January 11, 2020, at Westminster Presbyterian Church.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Gene was born January 13, 1944, in Moorewood, OK to Theodore and Lenora Clark.  He graduated from Amarillo High in 1962.  He earned his Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering from Texas Tech in 1980 and had worked for Xcel Energy for more than forty years.

He married Carol Ann Walker on August 1, 1964, in Amarillo.

Gene was a member of the Khiva Shrine, volunteered with Meals on Wheels, and enjoyed playing golf.  After retiring, Gene enjoyed building a barn and spending time on family land. He also traveled with Carol and their friends.

Survivors include his wife, Carol, of Amarillo; two sons, Todd Clark and wife Susan, of Atlanta, GA, and Greg Clark and wife Tonya, of Plano, TX; a daughter, Courtney Clark, of Plano, TX; four brothers, Tom Clark and wife Evelyn, of Phoenix, AZ, Hoy Clark and wife Lee, of Lakewood, FL, Keith Clark, of Phoenix, AZ, and Tyce Clark and wife Mary, of Bradenton, FL; a sister, Karen Mathis and husband Charlie, of Lake Tanglewood, TX; and five grandchildren, Cole, Walker, Charly, Kathryn, and Will.

The family suggests memorials to Shriners Hospitals for Children, donate.lovetotherescue.org; to Amarillo Children’s Home, 3400 Bowie St, Amarillo, TX 79109; or to Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2525 Wimberly Rd., Amarillo, TX 79109.

7 Replies to “Teddy Gene Clark”

  1. Very sad to hear of Genes passing , he was a great guy and khiva Duffer member always enjoy spending time with him. He will be missed .Marco Castillo

  2. Carol, Courtney, Todd, and Greg…and all of Gene’s loved ones — I wholly sympathize with the great loss of Gene. I had the pleasure of knowing him only a little, but he was always smiling as he took the grandkids on adventures…and his sense of humor was just terrific! He is missed, and I am glad he is now at peace with our Lord.

  3. So sorry for your family’s loss! Gene was my 1st cousin and I loved him dearly. ❤ He had so much respect for my parents, whom he called Uncle Sid and Aunt Ease. What a joyous reunion he will have in Heaven with all who have gone before him. Prayers for you all 🙏 love, Carolyn

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