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Tommy Lee Clark

August 31, 1952 — March 31, 2024

Celebrating the Life of Tommy Lee Clark

In loving memory of Tommy Clark, the world bids farewell to a man who lived life like a rolling stone, leaving behind tears, laughter and incredible memories with all the people he encountered on his ride.  Tommy passed away peacefully at his home, accompanied by his rebellious spirit, and surrounded by friends who cared dearly for him, on March 31st, 2024.

Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1952 to Frank Thelton Clark (Papa Ted) and Shirley Mae Clark (Mama Shirley), Tommy grew up with his sisters, Donna and Kelly, along with his brother Jack.  The Clark family would later move to the town of Fremont, Nebraska.  Tommy served in the United States Marine Corp during the Vietnam era.  Upon returning, Tommy would meet Jacqie, and they would eventually have three children together: sons Jesse and Jake, and daughter Katie.  Tommy would go on to live by himself in Oklahoma City, and around 2001, he would return to his birthplace of Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he remained until his recent passing (he was affectionately known as "Boss" to many in New Mexico).

Tommy spent the majority of his career in the construction industry, as a carpenter/general contractor, along with various other business related ventures.  Tommy loved Harley-Davidson motorcycles (riding them, yes, but may have actually enjoyed fixing them even more).  He also enjoyed playing golf, listening to music (the Doors and the Rolling Stones were a couple of his favorites), and always loved to visit with people, swapping stories, and having a good time.

A celebration of Tommy's life will be privately held, by his children, and immediate family.  His family and many friends recall that above all else, Tommy valued freedom, and accordingly... the family kindly requests that in lieu of flowers, you celebrate his spirit and life in whatever manner or method that is comfortable to you (and by being kind to those who are still right beside you on this earth). 

Rest easy and free, Tommy (dad, brother, uncle, grandpa, son, and friend).  Ride on into the sunset, and may your spirit soar down that unbounded highway, forevermore.   You will be deeply missed, but your memory will live on in the hearts and minds, of all of us who were fortunate to ride with you for awhile.

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