Daryl CLARK

With very heavy hearts we announce the tragic and sudden death of a wonderful father, husband, son, brother and great friend to so many people. Daryl was taken from us way too early in an industrial logging accident as a faller. Daryl was pre-deceased by his dad Arnie Clark who was also taken tragically in the same manner. Left to mourn is his wife Jennifer and their 3 children, Arnie, Ashley and Kimberly, his mother Patti Clark, his sister Cindy Clark, extended families and numerous friends.

Daryl spent the first few years of his life in Sayward, BC where his dad was a faller. At the young age of only 6 his dad was killed in a falling accident. Shortly after his father’s death his mom moved him and his sister to Duncan to be closer to family. A year later they moved to Chemainus where he lived and grew up until he met his wife Jennifer.

Daryl felt compelled, even knowing the risks, to give up logging and become a faller. Over the years he worked for numerous logging and falling companies on the North end of the island so in 2000 Jennifer and their children moved to Campbell River so they could be closer to Daryl’s work allowing more time together as a family.

Daryl loved family, friends, hunting, boating, quadding and was passionate about his work, which in the end took his life.

Please join Daryl’s family to help Celebrate his Life at the Campbell River Sportsplex on Saturday, March 17th at 2:00 at 1800 South Alder in Willow Point.

Please consider making a donation in Daryl’s name to Matthew’s House at www.mattshouse.ca

Messages of condolence for the family may be left at

www.suttonsfuneralhome.com

Sutton’s

Campbell River Funeral Home

250-287-4812


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