Michigan Memorial Funeral Home & Michigan Memorial Park


Allen Clarence Clark

November 20 , 1930 - March 09 , 2019

Allen Clarence Clark
Allen Clarence Clark
1930 - 2019


Thursday, March 14, 2019
1:00 ~ 8:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home


Friday, March 15, 2019
10:00 AM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

Interment in Belleville Cemetery



CLARK, Allen C., age, 88, of Romulus, March 09, 2019. Beloved husband of Dian Clark. Loving father of Cynthia (Robert) Chamberlin, Debbie (Mark) Rose, Denise (Terry) Perecki and Robert (Natisha) Clark. Dearest grandfather of Jimmy, Shannon, James, Timothy, Krista, Kayla, Mark, Niomi, David, Nicole, Michael, Jessica, Hailey, Natalia, Abigail, Anastasia, Alcia, Korey, Hannah, Katie, Kirsten and Tiffany. He is also survived and will be missed by many loving great grandchildren Alyssa, Andrea, Michael, Mackenzie, Irelin, Noah, Remington, Molly, Lark, Iris and Cody. He was preceded in death by his children Elizabeth Clark, Allen Clark and David Clark, parents Adriana and Clarence Clark and granddaughter Adriana Hatmaker. Allen Clarence Clark, 88, of Huron Township died March 9, 2019. He was born November 20, 1930 in Decatur Michigan, the son of Clarence and Adriana (Fienstra) Clark. He was married to Dian (Prim) Clark, and was the father of seven children and many grandchildren. Allen graduated from Greer Engineering College and held certificates in Heavy Equipment repair from many trade schools. Allen was a member of Operating Engineers of Michigan and worked as a heavy equipment mechanic until he retired. Allen was a member of Beacon Baptist Church in Taylor Michigan.
Allen enjoyed spending time with his family, having dinner every Sunday with his Children and Grandchildren. He was an avid gardener and was known for his beautiful vegetable gardens which he shared with many. Allen loved to travel, he spent many vacations with his family exploring North West Michigan. Allen enjoyed museums and forts and shared his love of history with his children. He loved his dog Shelby who was always by his side traveling with him to Alaska, Florida, Texas and many other places. During his battle with Alzheimer’s Allen always shared his love of Jesus with all of his doctors and nurses, it was one thing he was never confused about.


Dear family. So sorry to hear about the passing of your loved one and my dear brother in Christ. While he was able to attend Beacon, I always stopped by every Sunday morning and had a chat with him. I have been missing that weekly chat during his illness and I'm sure will continue to miss it in the future, as well. You all have my deepest sympathy and prayers during this time of grieving. Please do not weep "as those who have no hope" because all of us who have placed our soul into the safe-keeping hands of Jesus Christ do have a hope..."We shall all be caught up" the apostle Paul tells us in I Thess. Look forward, with me, to that day when we shall all be united...God Bless You All. Wallace Whitlow

So sorry for the passing of your Dad. May the Lord give you comfort during this diffficult time. Prayers for all. Dan and Denise Bowen