Roger W. Clark, 56, of Gilbert AZ, passed away peacefully on January 5th, 2023. Roger was born in Boston, MA to Agnes and Roger Clark on December 12,1966. After Roger graduated from Westwood High School (Mesa) he pursued a degree in Mathematics from Arizona State University.
Roger was an avid sports enthusiast, spending much of his time playing tennis, golf, running, biking and rooting on his favorite Boston teams, Red Sox and New England Patriots. Throughout his life he loved travel and had been to several beautiful tropical locations to enjoy the peace of the ocean with his adored family.
Roger was predeceased by his father Roger. He is survived by his beloved wife Jeannine; his two children, Brody and Casey Clark; his cherished mother Agnes Clark; his sisters, Julie (Christopher) White, Suzanne Gonzalez; his brother Kevin (Leslie) Clark; his nine niece, nephews and great nephews.
A 10:00 am funeral mass will be celebrated February 2, 2023 at Resurrection Catholic Church in Tempe, followed by a private graveside service at Gilbert Memorial Park Cemetery and Funeral Home in Gilbert.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Roger’s memory to the Southwest Tennis Foundation at https:/www.swtennisfoundation.com/donate.html to honor his love for the sport of tennis.
Roger was a kind, positive, uplifting and beautiful soul who will be deeply missed by all who knew him.
Deepest condolences to all of the Clark family. I will always remember Roger’s love for his family, New England sports teams, and life as a whole. The most positive guy I had the pleasure of knowing.
I’m sorry I couldn’t make the service. Roger was dear to me, I remember many fun times with him when we were kids. It was wonderful to see you all, Julie I’m sorry I missed you. I hope to see you all again soon. Love to all, Cousin George
Roger was a wonderful young
Man always pleasant and smiling.He will be missed.my condolences to his family.
Our deepest condolences to Jeannine, Aggie, Brody, Casey, Suzie, Julie, Kevin and all the the nieces and nephews. Roger was one of the most kindest, gentle souls that we were lucky to have as part of our family. Not everyone has the opportunity to get as close to their cousins as I have. May we cherish the memories of the good times and the first scary movie I took Roger to all those many years ago. Love to all Mimi and John
Roger was a great relative and friend and I will miss him so