Matthew Harold Clark, a devoted father and husband was born March 21, 1971 and passed on Veterans Day, November 11, 2015. He loved spending time playing with his 2 beautiful daughters Samantha (6) and Emily (4). They are the light of his life and you can see him through both of them now. Matt was kind at heart and deeply in love with his wife Amber. His favorite part of life was to be with his family and do all of the things that they needed to make them happy. When there was a new way to make life fun he was the one that would go out and find a way to integrate it into his life and the life of his family.
Matthew was the youngest of three children to Barbara (deceased) and Jerry Clark of Boise, Idaho, older sister Cathy (Clark) Sprints of California and older brother Jeff Clark of Utah. Growing up, the family enjoyed camping and especially the time they could spend at the cabin.
Matt was a Veteran of the United States Army. He served tours in the United States and Europe. Matt was a technician at heart and could fix almost anything, from an engine to a computer. He could make it all work.
Matt was a fan of many different genre of life from music to gaming . Matthew loved getting together with his brother on the internet and playing games. Matt was the fun uncle that was willing to take a joke as well as dish one out. His favorite band was KISS and he saw them a number of times. The hits were always his favorites but he liked them all.
By nature Matt was a thoughtful selfless person for his loved ones but the rest of the world watch out, he was a strong powerful force; but he was also the guy that put himself last and others first. Matt was the original wheeler dealer. He could always find the deal of the century and turn it into the deal of the millennium. Matt enjoyed the outdoors and fishing as much as he enjoyed the “deal”. Camping was an opportunity to get away and give full attention to his daughters and his wife.
Matthew was an extremely passionate sports fan. Thank goodness for his Man Cave! His family was spared multiple games on multiple televisions switching back and forth. If he could have, he would have bled orange and blue for his Denver Broncos.
“The hard times are dead and gone, but the hard times have made me strong, and the hard times have made me see that the hard times aint where I wanna be” Ace Frehley
Matthew’s heart and loving smile was as big as he was tall and his is a life gone much too soon. We miss you and we will always remember you.