William Clark Obituary, Death – It is with profound sadness that we share the news of the passing of our dear friend and often called-upon substitute priest, Fr. William J. (Bill) Clark, at the age of 89. This morning, he departed this life to enter the Lord’s Kingdom, leaving a void that echoes through our hearts.
Fr. Bill was not just a clergyman; he was a source of joy and warmth for our community. His unique ability to bring smiles to our faces, whether through his humorous Ted Kennedy impersonations or the resonating, majestic voice with which he celebrated the Divine Liturgy, made every interaction a cherished memory.
His passion for our Orthodox faith was evident in every sermon, every liturgical service, and every conversation. Fr. Bill’s appetite for knowledge and understanding of our religious traditions was as voracious as his love for good Italian food, creating a bond with our community that transcended the pulpit.
As we grapple with the loss of this vibrant soul, we await details of the final arrangements, which will be communicated in due course. Fr. William J. Clark will be sorely missed, but the impact of his love, laughter, and dedication to our faith will endure. May his memory be eternal, and may his soul find eternal rest in the embrace of the Lord he served so faithfully.