Our brother, Kim Steven Clark, has passed away from complications caused by Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. He was 52. After struggling for over two years with the disease, he passed away peacefully this morning at Roanoke Memorial Hospital near his home in southwest Virginia. His beloved wife Bonnie was by his side to the end. In addition to his wife he is survived by a teenage daughter, Sarah. All his brothers in Alpha Rho Chi share in his loss.
For those of you that knew him personally, you know that his love of Alpha Rho Chi was exceeded only by his love for Bonnie and Sarah. His contributions to our chapter and fraternity are too many to name here, but suffice to say, neither would be what they are today without him. He has been the glue that binds us together for many years, and he will be sorely missed.
Kim’s family has made arrangements for him memorial services in Roanoke.
All of his APX brothers are invited to pay their respects at the visitation or memorial service.
Family visitation hours – Sunday Jan 9 , 6-8 pm
Memorial service – Monday, Jan 10, 10 am.
Both events will be held at:
Oakey’s South Chapel
4257 Brambleton Ave
Roanoke, VA 24018
Map link: http://bit.ly/hFsELL
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2 Replies to “In Memorium: Kim Clark”
I just want to sincerely thank you guys for the thoughtful (and entertaining) words that were spoken at my uncle Kim’s funeral service. The memories that you shared were a wonderful tribute to someone that will be greatly missed.
I am one of Kim’s sisters and wanted to let you know that the recollections about Kim at the funeral by his fraternity brothers was so heartfelt. The brothers touched me deeply with their comments about Kim. He deeply cared about the fraternity. He discussed in depth with me last summer when I was staying with him in Richmond after his transplant about the trials and tribulations of the fraternity and of course, all the great times. It was a big part of his life. Thanks to you all. Mary Lynn
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