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Mr. Alan D. Clark, Jr.

Obituary for Mr. Alan D. Clark, Jr.

August 16, 1940 - February 10, 2018
San Antonio, Texas | Age 77


Alan D. Clark, Jr., age 77, of San Antonio, Tx, born August 16, 1940, died February 10, 2018. Alan was a graduate of Alamo Heights High School, attended Texas A&M University and served his country in the United States Army before finding and marrying the love of his life Rodda Jean Clark who preceded Alan in death on October 31, 2015. Alan was a man of great love, generosity, patience, and faith. Alan didn't have any biological children but was an amazing dad to those he raised and is survived by Frank Howell III, Melody H. Justice, Audie Sr & Reesie Howell, Regina Howell and Donna L Howell. Grandchildren, Heather McKinney, Audie A Howell, Jessica Howell, Alex & Raelyn Cauble, Robert Justice, Terry Alan & Brooke Justice, Geoffrey III & Courtney Bennett, Audie J. Howell, Jr., Matt & Kelsey Davis, Elias & Erin Gordon, & Victoria Brown. His great grandchildren, Miranda, Evan, Austin, Aubrey, Ava, Brittany, Brianna, Shelby, Alexa Lynn, Samantha, Nathan, Liberty, Jax, Cole, Dillion, Geoffrey IV, Cayleigh, Kinsleigh, Dedric and Ali, Great Great Grandchildren, Grant, Evie and Isla also survived by his sister, Betsy Gautsch, nieces & nephews, Polly & Darrell, and Annie Nell & Joe, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces & nephews, cousins & friends. Those Alan have been reunited with in the Lord's presence are his parents, Alan Clark, Sr. & Millie Clark, His brother, John Clark, Brother-in-law, Jim Gautsch, Daughter, Stephany Howell & Grandson, Stephen Kuczynski Jr. Alan lived a full life in his 77 years, he loved to golf, play tennis, spending time with his friends, but mostly he loved being with his family. He was so much to so many people, blessing every life he touched. His grandchildren would bring their friends around, neighbors would come visit, and they would all call him Paw Paw. He was a man of integrity and honesty but he also knew how to pull a good prank or tell a joke. He was always the first to jump in and help. And loyalty… he wore his Dallas Cowboys shirt, for Superbowl Sunday, Patriots vs Eagle for your non-football fans, that was his level of loyalty. How much more loyal he was to those he loved. The world was a better place with him in it, he will be missed beyond description. Visitation will be held on Thursday, February 15, 2018 from 8:00am to 11:00am at Porter Loring Mortuary.


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