Damian A. “Alex” Clark, 28, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, February 24, 2022.
Alex was born on July 27, 1993, in Knox, Indiana to Tanya (Conner) and Wilson Clark Jr. He attended Knox schools.
Alex loved making people laugh. He was crazy, outgoing, and humorous. He was kind-hearted and helped anyone in need and was to many their “favorite person”. He enjoyed planning family get-togethers and taste testing the food.
He enjoyed basketball, shooting darts, playing cards, gambling, throwing knives and playing video games such as Zombies with his sister.
He taught many around him to never give up and try your best to stay strong in your life choices.
Alex is missed dearly by his daughter, Abigail Clark; his mother Tanya Clark of Knox; his father Wilson (Tia) Clark Jr. of Plymouth; siblings: Shanya (Lance Baert) Conner, Josie (Rudy Sandoval) McDaniel, Matthew (Samantha) Clark, Ceara Conner; stepsiblings: Keagon Lewellyn, Chad Lewellyn, Kimberly Slone, Cody (Katie) Slone, Alayna Stamper and Isaiah Stamper; maternal grandfather, Mike Conner; and numerous nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his sister, Christina McDaniel; paternal grandfather Wilson Clark Sr.; maternal grandmother Marian Conner and Uncle Shane Conner.
A Celebration of Alex’s Life will be held on Sunday, March 13, 2022, from 12-2 p.m. at Christo’s Banquet Center, 830 Lincolnway East, Plymouth, IN 46563.
Kari stone says
I only got the privilege to have Alex in my world for a couple of years but from the night we met he was a onery, funny, sarcastic, guy… ok i called him a kid and it always got him going. But somehow he worked his way into my old bitter heart. I only knew a handful of his family and friends but i felt like i knew them all from our chats as we either made fun of a tv show, talked about Yu-Gi-Oh, or just vegged out on our phones. From seeing all you there today it is evident alex was well loved. I think he would have been astonished by the number of people he affected in life. He always talked about his “crazy” family and that he loved you all. Even you Ceara lol. His friends meant alot to him but the love of his life is a little girl who stole his heart the minute he laid eyes on her.. Abby was the little sparkle in his eyes (that made it so hard to stay mad at him). He told me once that if he never got to do another great thing in life he would be fine cuz after becoming her dad, nothing could ever compare to that. Now i hope everyone who reads this knows that he told stories of his escapades with everyone but it was always in a way to make me laugh. And dont worry guys i promised him i wouldnt blab about the really juicy stories. Lol he filled a spot in my heart that i didnt even know i had. He really was my friend and he made a difference in my life. I will miss him until i see him again and then i am going to karate chop him for making me cry. Hugs always Alex. You really are f****ng awesome.
I only had the chance to know him for about a year but in that time our bike rides we went on were always a blast. Alex would make a boring ride worthwhile and I’m glad I got the short time I had to know him. I feel like you are with me when I’m riding my bike now. Thank you for everything bud fly high and thanks for making me feel safer when I’m out on the road. One day we will ride together again and have a lot more great laughs. My brother forever you won’t ever be forgotten. You will never stop being awesome bud. Love ya goofy, ornery ass ,you were a truly great person, you won’t ever be forgotten
Barbara Peters says
Alex was a good guy and someone to pick u up when you’re feeling down. He is dearly missed 🤟
Tanya Clark says
I will forever love you and miss you bubby
Your little sister 🌹
Alex u have always been like family we kinda grew up together and u and my brother were very close I was so sad when I heard u were gone but I know your up there in heaven looking over all of us fly high bub we all love and miss u!