David Clark Obituary, Death – Department of the Bay Head Fire. Bay Head, NJ Firefighter David Clark became ill with COVID-19 that spread throughout the firehouse while he was performing his job duties and ultimately passed away as a result.On February 22, 2023, David Mark Clark, who was 50 years old, passed dead. On November 15, 1972, he was born in Ogden, Utah, to parents named Mark and JoAnne Clark.
David spent his childhood in Ogden and received his high school diploma from Ben Lomond. After getting married to Nicole Salas, he eventually filed for divorce from her. After that, he wed Heather MacDonald, but they eventually got a divorce. David was a devout follower of the Latter-day Saints, also known as The Church of Jesus Christ. He was an outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting and camping. At Alta Air, he served in the capacity of project manager. Don Craythorne, David’s best friend, deserves a special thank you for this.
David is survived by his mother, JoAnne Sully, and his father, John Sully; his son, Garret Clark; his daughter, Taylin Clark; his sister, Bobbie Jo (Mike) Miller; his devoted friend, Teri Powers; and a large number of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. David was a loving son, father, and brother. David adored Hunter and MaKade Campbell, Nicole’s sons, just as much as he loved his own sons. His grandfather, Traden Clark, his great-grandfather, Mark, and his sister, Lisa Marie Sully, all passed away before he did.
A viewing will be held before to the funeral services on Friday, March 3, 2023 from 12:30 to 1:30 pm at Myers Mortuary, located at 845 Washington Blvd. in Ogden, Utah. The funeral services for David will be place on Friday, March 3, 2023 at 2:00 pm. His final resting place will be in the Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch, which can be found at 1718 Combe Road in South Ogden, Utah. The memorial ceremony for David will be broadcast live online and can be viewed beginning on the day of the service by scrolling to the bottom of his obituary page. The live stream will continue to be accessible through David’s obituary page indefinitely after the service has concluded.