Terry Michael Clark


Terry Michael Clark
Terry Michael Clark

Terry Michael Clark, 61, of Amarillo, went to join our Heavenly Father on Friday, August 19, 2022.

Viewing will be from 2:00 P.M. until service time on Thursday, August 25, 2022.  Memorial services will be at 3:30 P.M. in Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel with Joshua Stiles officiating.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Director, 2800 Paramount Blvd.   Terry wishes that, in lieu of flowers, he would like donations to be made to the American Heart Association.

Terry was born on December 12, 1960, in Cottage Grove, Oregon to Evelyn and Donald Clark.  He had many jobs throughout his life, but in most recent years he really enjoyed the time he spent in the solar field as Quality Control.

After 7 years, Terry and Paula Nolan were joined together in Holy Matrimony on October 16th, 2021.

He enjoyed baseball, bull riding, super spicy hot sauce, and Copenhagen (long cut…not wintergreen).  He loved making everyone he met smile and laugh.  He always took the time to talk to anyone and everyone.  He was a friend and brother to many.

Next to loving the Lord with all his soul, he loved his wife, children, grandchildren, brothers, and parents.

Terry was preceded in death by his grandson James Michael Clark.

He is survived by his wife Paula Clark, of the home; daughters, Ashlei Nicole Clark of Sundown, Texas; Elizabeth Clark-Stiles of Mesa, Arizona;  Audrey Nolan of Denison, Texas; Emily Moffett of Tucson, Arizona; and Kira Boyle of Amarillo; son, Daulton Clark of Amarillo; parents, Evelyn and Donald Clark;  brothers, Norman Clark of Amarillo; Brian Clark, Doug Clark, and Donnie Clark, all of Clovis; and his grandchildren Hunter Clark, Kobe Clark, and Kaidin Clark of Sundown, Texas;  Kinsley Boyle of Amarillo, Texas;  and Ashton Moffett of Tucson, Arizona.

Please use this link to make a donation in Terry Clark’s name to https://ahatribute.funraise.org/fundraiser/terry-clark

11 Replies to “Terry Michael Clark”

  1. Terry was the best. Known him since Marshall Junior High and all thru high school! He was truly a good person who would do anything for a friend. I know he will be missed by anyone that knew him. Hugs and prayers for the family.

  2. I met Terry when we sophomores at CHS. We had math class together, that was around 45 years ago and have remained friends ever since. He was a great man and will be forever missed! My most Deepest Condolences to the Clark Family. Rip my Friend.

  3. Terry Clark cut his eye teeth with me and Little Chicago. Took him under my wing at the tender age of 15 and exposed him to the wilder side of life. He grew up tough, funny, and always caring for others well being. One of those rare men that you knew would be a friend forever. He came from the finest sort and now he is looking down on us as he mingles with the finest sort. Love u brother. I will see u on the trail.

  4. Like two others that posted I worked with Terry in Clovis. Played ball partied and hung out. He’s going to be missed.

  5. Kira and Paula,
    Please know that you both have been on our minds and we are very saddened by this news. He was an amazing person and an amazing Papa. He will be dearly missed.

  6. Worked with Terry at Lydick, played softball and had a lot of laughs at the gym. He is missed. Great man! Condolences to the family.

    Terron Pullman

  7. I am so sorry to hear about this. Worked with Terry at AIG, he always made me laugh! Paula my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family!

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