Obituaries detail

Robert Clark

On Tuesday, February 4, 2020, Bob Clark, loving husband and father, passed away unexpectedly at age 65. Bob was born on April 4, 1954, in Pensacola, Florida. He was married to his wife, Sharon, for almost 40 years and they raised two children, Natalie and Griffin. Bob was the president of PI Consulting Group for 30 years and a member of The Church of the Resurrection Downtown. A sports lover, Bob was a lifelong Cornhusker fan and diehard Chiefs fan. He played tennis and golf and enjoyed following these sports on television. Bob will be remembered for his kind-hearted and warm nature. Bob was preceded in death by his father, Don Clark, and his mother, Roberta “Bertie” Baker. He is survived by his wife Sharon, daughter Natalie, son Griffin, brothers Don and Brian, nieces and a nephew. A memorial fund has been created in Bob’s name at the Church of the Resurrection Downtown. Memorial contributions can be made out to Church of the Resurrection and sent to 1522 McGee, Kansas City, MO 64108.

Condolences

Diane Clark Feb 14 ,2020

Cousin ,Overland Park ,Kansas

Sharon and family, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers.

Jerry Clark Feb 14 ,2020

Cousin ,Kansas City ,Kansas

Sharon, our thoughts and prayers go out to you, your children and family. So sorry for your loss... words really never work in times like this so I just pray. Jerry, Tami, Hannah and Garrett

Grace A Sweeney Feb 14 ,2020

Cousin ,Charleston ,South Carolina

Sharon, Please know that I am keeping your family in my prayers. So sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. Grace

Rory A. Berigan Feb 14 ,2020

The Class of Westside High School - 1972, sends our deepest condolences. Bob was a dear friend and classmate to many of us from Sunset Hills Elementary, Arbor Heights Jr. High and Westside High School. Blessings to everyone.

Antonella (Toni Troia) Gosselin Feb 14 ,2020

Class friend ,Omaha ,Nebraska

Bob will be missed. He was always kind to me and genuine. I’m so sorry for your lost.

Amy Leslie Feb 16 ,2020

PI network peer ,Olathe ,Kansas

When I first became a PI Partner, I reached out to Bob. He was always willing to offer advice over a cup of coffee. My husband and I enjoyed meeting Bob. He was a kind, genuine person.

David Lahey Feb 19 ,2020

Fellow PI licensee ,Whitby ,Oregon

Our prayers and thoughts are with the Clark family. PI Canada enjoyed our discussions with Bob over the years.

Nancy Clark Feb 19 ,2020

PI Licensee and Friend ,Danville ,California

I am so saddened with the shocking news of Bob’s passing. He always had a smile and a warm greeting. I enjoyed visiting with him at PI gatherings and sharing stories. He will be missed. Sincere condolences to his family and friends.

Del Chandler Feb 19 ,2020

Fello PI Consultant ,Danville ,Colorado

I am shocked to hear the sad news of Bob’s passing. He was a very friendly, warm person; always smiling and open to talking with everyone. He was a bright star at all PI events. He will be greatly missed. My sincere condolences to his family and friends.

Robert & Suzanne Ferrara Feb 24 ,2020

PI Certified Partners ,San Francisco ,California

Dear Sharon & Family, Suzanne and I offer our sincere condolences on the recent and shocking passing of Bob. We've been thinking of all the great times spent with the two of you at past PI meetings and will always cherish those moments. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Robert & Suzanne Ferrara PI San Francisco