Pastor Albert E. Clark, 94
Pastor Albert E. Clark, 94, died on Wednesday, November 23, 2011 at Calvary Fellowship Homes. He was the son of the late John and Catherine Fieler Clark and the devoted husband of Dorothy Ruffin Clark for 68 years.
He was a graduate of Northeast High School in Philadelphia and attended the University of Pennsylvania for 2 years and graduated from the Bible Institute of Philadelphia.
He was employed by the Philadelphia Gas Works for 44 years as a manager of seven district offices. Following his retirement from PGW, he was ordained and served as Associate Pastor at Davisville Baptist Church of Southampton, PA for 10 years. After moving to Lancaster, he served for 6 years as Chaplain at Calvary Fellowship Homes.
Albert trusted Christ as his Savior at the Pinebrook Bible Camp when he was 21 years old and his life was never the same. He committed his life to the Lord Jesus Christ and invested his life in faithful service to Christ. He was a member of the Millersville Bible Church. He loved to travel with his wife and spend time with his grandchildren. He will be remembered for his warmth and godly wisdom.
In addition to his wife, Albert is survived by his daughter, Jean MacPherson, his son, Robert B. Clark, 6 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Dorothy Ann Cloues.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service on Monday, November 28, 2011 at Calvary Fellowship Homes, 502 Elizabeth Drive, at 3:00 pm. Friends and family will be received between 2:30 and 3PM at Calvary Fellowship Homes. There will be a private interment in Mellinger’s Mennonite Cemetery, Lancaster. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Calvary Homes Benevolent Fund, 502 Elizabeth Drive, Lancaster, PA 17601. To send the family online condolences please visit SnyderFuneralHome.com. Charles F. Snyder Jr. Funeral Home & Crematory 560-5100
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Saw Al’s obituary yesterday. The memories that flashed through my mind were that of a loving, warm, Godly man. Often I think who have I known in this life who has reflected Jesus in their life and Pastor Al Clark is one who comes to mind. I thank God for allowing my life path to intersect with Al’s for a short time at Davisville Church. His devotion to our Lord has impacted my life. My prayer is that I might receive a portion of the anointing that was on his life and that I might reflect our Savior as he did. May God’s peace be with you during this separation from Al, but may the knowledge of a certain reunion bring you joy.
In His Love,
To Aunt Dot and all who loved him, our heartfelt condolences. We celebrate his homecoming and you are all in our thoughts and prayers, as always.