Guest Book for Richard William Clark

Provided by Gagne-Piechowski Funeral Home

Posted by: Richard Oloff
Thu June 27, 2019
Very sorry to hear of Rich's passing. Although we have not seen each other in a few years he will always be remembered as a dear friend. To Peggy and the rest of his family I wish my condolences.

Posted by: Edie Pisactelli
Thu June 27, 2019
A wife lost her husband, children lost a father, grandchildren lost a grandfather, parents lost a son, siblings lost a brother, nieces and nephews lost an uncle, an entire family lost a valued member not to mention all the friends he leaves behind.  The death of someone is felt far and wide... all too often we forget how precious and fleeting life can be. Phrases like "I hadn't see them in years", "I wish we had spent more time together", or "I hope they knew how much I cared" weighs heavy on those who speak them, myself included.  The unique sound of his voice, his quick smile that reached up to his eyes, the fullness of his laugh and his big heart are memories I will carry and treasure... we truly lost one of the good ones.  My sincerest condolences to Peggy, Aunt Lola and Uncle Billy, David, Lisa and their families.., Love Always, Edie

Posted by: Howie & Karen Blackburn
Sat June 29, 2019
Our hearts ache with yours Peggy and all family members, for the loss of your husband, dad, brother, grandpa, uncle and our dear friend "Clarkie".  We will forever cherish the times we had together, the laughs we all shared, his memory will live in our hearts always! We love you!

Posted by: Gwynn Spinola
Mon July 01, 2019
I am saddened by the loss of my brother in law. He was a good man. Always helping others. Always making sure family and friends had what they needed. He had a good heart. A loving heart.
His unique voice, laughter and kindness will be missed by many. My heart goes out to my sister, and also Rich’s family. May all the memories comfort you during this sad time. May he RIP ❤️