of Mountain View,
August 20, 1939 - March 31, 2021
Lee Edwin Clark, age 81, of Mountain View, Arkansas was embraced into the arms of Jesus on March 31, 2021 in Bismarck, Arkansas. Lee was born on August 20, 1939 in Augusta, Arkansas. Husband, Father, Grandpa, Brother, Pastor, Friend. Those are a few titles that Lee held. He was loved, appreciated, and respected by all who knew him. From giving the best Pentecostal pats on the back, to quoting scriptures and talking about his love for the Lord over a good cup of coffee, Lee was proud of his faith and served as a pastor for the Assemblies of God for many decades. He was married to the love of his life, Donna Delores Clark. He often smiled at her with a toothy grin that made her swoon, even after 62 years of marriage. He was a proud husband who boasted of his wife's good, country cooking, and always enjoyed the meals that she prepared for him, especially if it involved pie! He was a loving father who loved to tell stories of his 3 sons, never hesitating to tell how many pieces of furniture they broke while roughhousing as young boys. He was a fun grandpa who took his grandkids fishing, always putting the worm on the hook for them so they didn't have to touch it. He was the true patriarch of his family- leaving a legacy of faith and love for them to remember him by. Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Donna Delores Clark (Duncan) of the home; Sons, Wendell and wife Pam Clark of Prescott Valley, Arizona, Tim and wife Dorothy Clark of Bismarck, Arkansas, and daughter-in-law Natalie Clark of Mountain Home, Arkansas; Grandchildren, Desiree Clark of Prescott Valley, Arizona, Kristen Grant of Bismarck, Arkansas, Trinity Ohms of Haskell, Arkansas, Cody and wife Valerie Clark of Mountain Home, Arkansas, Weston and wife Whitney Clark of Waxachachie, Texas, Kayla and husband Jerad Moffitt of Mountain Home, Arkansas, Jordan and wife Courtney Clark of Benton, Arkansas; 16 great- grandchildren; Brothers, Louie Clark, Gary Clark, Jerry Clark, Glen Clark, Jason Clark; Sisters, Maudie Weza, Barbara Dickerson, Sharon Rowe, Brenda Reynolds, Jacky Clark, and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family members and friends. Lee is preceded in death by his parents, J.B. and Ernesteen Clark; sister, Madelyn Woods; and son, Phillip Clark. A celebration of Lee's life will be held at Roller-Crouch Funeral Home in Mountain View, Arkansas, at 2:00 PM on Saturday, April 3, 2021. Preceding the service, a visitation will be held at 12:00 PM. Intermit will be at Galatia Cemetery following the service. Pallbearers include grandsons Cody Clark, Weston Clark, Jordan Clark, and Jerad Moffitt, and nephews, Ryan Clark and Jason Duncan. Honorary Pallbearers include his 5 brothers. Lee's celebration of life will be officiated by Reverend David Campbell and Dr. Wendell Clark.Special thank you to Elite Hospice of Hot Springs, Arkansas.At the family's request, you are asked to wear a mask while in attendance.
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Was so sadden to hear this. Lee was someone I always looked forward to seeing on my trips to Arkansas. He sill be missed!
Delores and family we are so very sorry about the loss of my cousin Lee. We know it is very hard to lose someone so special to the family. Lee was always so special to my mother (Jessie Lee Adams). We are thankful for his Christian life.Good luck to all of the family. Hang Tough! Z
Praying for peace and comfort for you and your precious family.
You will be missed. Love you uncle lee
I probably could never put into words what Bro. Clark and his family mean to our family. They were our pastors when Tim and Phillip were teenagers and Wendell was fixing to start college I believe. My brother was 10 years old when he was in a terrible 3 wheeler accident. Bro. Clark was there to get my mom and take her to the hospital. He was shipped to Little Rock where they put my parents in a room and told them my brother would not live through the night. Bro. Clark slept right there on the floor with us and had our whole town praying for my brother. He woke up after 3 days and was fine. We were heartbroken when Phillip past away. We lost our dad this past week, March 22, and now Bro. Clark. Heaven is sounding sweeter all the time. We love you guys.
My deepest condolences to you Delorse and all of the family. My love and prayers are with you all. He will be missed. Love you Sister 💕
We were so sorry to hear of Bro. Clark's passing. He was a fine Christian man and will be missed by all who knew him. Prayers for Sister Donna and his family. May God comfort you with the peace He provides at times like these. Love you.
My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Brother Lee was a dear friend I had met through his son Phillip. They were a precious family that we bonded tight with over the years. I know he is rejoicing and catching up with Phillip now and they are both worshipping and standing in the very presence of the one they preached about for many years.
Thinking of you during this time.So many memories Deloris, your courtship and marriage to Lee. We at Galatia were just one big family. Love you guysAnd will be praying for you as you start this journey without Lee. God will take each step with you. Mable
Our prayers are with you and your family. Only God can give you comfort. If there is anything we can do please call.We love you.
Dear Donna and family, You have my sincerest condolences. Gerald
So sorry for you loss. Praying for peace for your family.