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Virginia Montez Clark

Virginia Montez Clark “Tez” was born August 3, 1933 and lived through July 15, 2019.

“It’s not the date of birth that’s important or the date of death, but the life lived in between.”

Virginia lived a life dedicated to her Lord, her family, and her community. She loved gardening, baking and reading her Bible. She had a generous heart and gave to all she knew. She will be greatly missed by all her family. She is now enjoying her heavenly home with her loving husband, Fred, for eternity.

“What a reunion when I meet the Lord Jesus Christ, my Savior, face to face, and loved ones who have gone on. My mom and dad, my husband, Fred Clark, sister, Sylvia Holbert, neice, Debbie Decker, nephew, Chuck Popio and other loved ones.

I leave behind my son, Rick Clark and wife, Maggie, their two sons, Steven and Matthew. Son, Michael Clark and wife, Elaine, their daughter, Amanda and her children, Aidan and Colin (great-grandchildren) and their son Adam, wife, Sara and their children, Carter and Kyle (great-grandchildren), my daughter Jeannie and husband, Ron and their children, Zachary and Bridgette. My sister, Gerry Popio and husband, Tony and their daughter, Mary.

My beloved daughter and precious grandson, Zachary were my prayer partners. They were always there to help in any way humanly possible. They gave me encouragement, comfort, peace of mind and joy until my departure. Also, my dear friend and sister-in-Christ, Evalena Starcher who was supportive and there for me in many special ways.

To my family and friends, please find comfort in the word of God. My address has now been changed from Earth to Heaven. My human remains will be at Greenlawn Cemetery to await the resurrection when I will be given a glorified body and be forever with the Lord and all those who have accepted His plan of Salvation.

No more death, no more pain, no sorrow, no tears. What a day that will be all praise, glory and honor to my Savior.”







Private Services have been held.



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So sorry to hear of your loss here. But what a great reunion for my mother Millie Pyles who counted Tez as her best friend. I know they are enjoying their heavenly home together. Thank you Tez for that memory of their friendship. God bless your family.

Kathy Pyles Spinney Sep 6 2019 12:00 AM

Thank you Steve. Your thoughts and praises are deeply appreciated and makes this time a little easier to bare.

Michael Clark Jul 25 2019 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Virginia Clark

Mokiejane@aol.com Jul 24 2019 12:00 AM

Virginia was a wonderful woman with faith and family as the first and most cherished items in her life. She had a tremendous gift for making needlepoint snowflakes and everything else in these lost arts, but she will be most remembered for her application of Scripture to her life. She truly lived out her faith, and practiced a Christian generosity rarely seen these days. She certainly impressed upon me the truth of Salvation by Grace alone, and for this salvation seed I'll always be grateful. Many salvation seeds that she planted in others over the years will continue to bear eternal fruit, and for this, I'm sure she heard "well done my good and faithful servant" upon her heavenly arrival. God bless you Mrs. Clark!

Steve Underation Jul 23 2019 12:00 AM

Jeannie, I am heart broken to hear of the loss of your mom. I at the same time am happy to know shes with your wonderful dad again. She was such a caring, loving, wonderful Christian woman who looked after everyone she knew. Rest In Peace Tez. I loved you like family. Janie Ruckman

Janie Ruckman Jul 21 2019 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Virginia Clark

Celina Jul 19 2019 12:00 AM