In Loving Memory of Jeff Clark
Thank you for visiting our memorial page. We have set up this page in remembrance of Jeff Clark (3/21/53-3/31/18).
On Saturday, March 31, 2018, Jeff passed away with family at his side. We respectfully request that in lieu of flowers, those who wish to send condolences consider making a small donation in Jeff's name to the ASPCA, located in New York, NY, USA. If you make a donation, you may also share your comments on this page.
Two of the greatest joys in Jeff's life were his wire fox terriers, Abby and Kiley.
In 2003, the ASPCA rescued 49 purebred wire fox terriers from squalid conditions at a home in the Bronx and arrested its owner for cruelty to animals. The fox terrier rescue was featured on an episode of the program "Animal Precinct," which aired on the Animal Planet Network. From this horrific incident, the Clark family was blessed to foster and eventually adopt a 3-month-old puppy whom they named Kiley.
Kiley and her older sister Abby, a wire fox terrier the Clarks had rescued in 2001, found their forever home with a loving man we called "Poppa" and his wife Nancy. At 17 and 15 years of age, Abby and Kiley have been well loved and cared for, and together have lived a very good life thanks to Jeff and Nancy and the efforts of the ASPCA. We are so grateful for the years of happiness Jeff enjoyed with these wonderful rescue terriers.
Your donation will help the ASPCA provide life-saving programs and services to millions of animals. Please join us in paying tribute to Jeff by contributing whatever you can spare to give abused and homeless animals a second chance at life. Thank you so much for supporting a cause so dear to Jeff - he would've been very touched by your thoughtfulness.
Much Love - Abby, Kiley and Nancyxx
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