Clark Emerson

Clark Bishop Emerson

Saturday, February 1st, 1941 - Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020
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Clark Bishop Emerson , age 78, of Siloam Springs, died Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020. Clark was born February 1st, 1941. Survived by his bride, Lucy. A Celebration of Life will be held at 2:00 pm, Saturday, January 25th, 2020, Grace Covenant Church 18837 East Holt Rd Lincoln, Arkansas 72744.
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Mark & Arlene Davis

Posted at 09:42pm
We loved Clark's passion for Jesus Christ and His boldness to share His love and redeeming message with others. He was always eager to testify of all Christ had done for him, and what He was currently doing in his life. Clark was a unique man who inspired others to love and follow the One true God. He will be missed here, but we rejoice that he is "home"! Mark & Arlene Davis

W Baker

Posted at 03:16pm
‘Adonai bless you and keep you! Adonai make His face to shine on you and be gracious to you! Adonai turn His face toward you and grant you shalom!’

Debbie Dersam

Posted at 08:31pm
we were sad to hear that Clark had passed away. one might ask what kind of person was Clark?? well he was the guy who made a huge cross and mounted it on a wheel, he carried it in places many would never even consider taking a cross. Up and down Dickson St., along the highways, in the casino parking lot. and when he could no longer carry it on his shoulder he mounted it in the back of his truck, so he could drive in those same places. Mrs. Lucy you brought a smile to Clark's face and if but for a short while he was happy again, after Mrs. Winnie passed he seemed lost and misplaced, but you gave him a place to belong and a place he was needed again. Susan, Ron, and the rest of Clark's family.... Clark while not always easy to deal with, loved you all... When he spoke of how you loved Mrs. Winnie and even how good you were to take care of your dad when he was so sick, he was always proud of you all. Ron I will say when you and Clark finally reach a place where you could love one another he was so happy. Susan, Clark always said that you held the family together when others couldn't or wouldn't. He thought so much of all of you. You were always his family, his kids and his grandchildren. Will keep you all in our prayers, for peace, comfort and that together you will do what Clark and Winnie would have wanted for all of to do. God bless and be with you all during this most difficult time.

Cathy Carrion

Posted at 12:15pm
I loved Clark’s free spirit and drive to share his sincere passion for his beliefs. He was an inspiration to us to step out and be light! The Almighty was his life and his source. He really knew what being “redeemed” means!

Carol Kerns

Posted at 12:05pm
Clark was a very godly man who loved the Lord with all his heart. We loved and appreciated him so much. He was a pillar at the Tuesday morning prayer meetings. We shall miss him! He is now having a fantastic time with one he loves so much.

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