For Greg may you rest in peace, God be with
you, You will be missed
A Tribute to a GREAT, CARING man
Gregory Olsen Clark A good Friend
and best Dispatcher I have ever had
Gregory Olsen Clark, age 51, passed away
peacefully May 14, 2000, in
Salt Lake City. Greg was born
March 16, 1949 in Farmington, Utah,
to Richard Hone and
Beth Estelle Olsen Clark.
He married Judy Evans on
August 16, 1968 in the
Salt Lake LDS Temple.
He attended Olym-pus High School
and later graduated from BYU,
where he was a member of the
basketball team. He was an
active mem-ber of the LDS church,
and held many leadership positions
over the years. Greg was part of the
trucking industry for 25 years,
beginning at Milne, and later at
Yellow Freight Systems.
Known as the "Big Kahuna,
" he loved his time spent playing
softball and basketball.
He enjoyed all sports, especially
golfing with his boys.
His children were his greatest
source of pride, and he thrived in
their achievements in athletics,
music and dance.
His sense of humor will be missed
by his family and many friends.
He was a man with a heart as large
as his body.
Greg is survived by his wife
Judy Lynn Evans, of Salt Lake City,
four sons and two daughters,
G. Todd (Ilene) Clark,
Tammie (Justin) Williams of Clinton, UT,
Scott (Chelsea) Clark, Richie Clark,
Jimmy Clark, and Heidi Clark all of
West Jordan, Utah;
one brother and one sister,
Lane O. (Diane) Clark of Sandy
and Alene (Peter) Cannon of Cedar Hills.
Preceded in death by his parents
and brother Ross O. Clark.
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