John Robinson Clark III
1942 - 2018
Hudson - John Robinson Clark III, of HUDSON, also known as "Doboy" or "Clarky", passed away early Monday morning at his home in Hudson.
John was the son of Kenneth "Pat" Clark and Catherine (Kerrigan) Clark who were also long time residents of Hudson. John went to Hudson High School where he was a 4 Star Athlete Captain of his Football, Basketball, and Baseball teams. After High School he went on to attend The University of Massachusetts in Amherst, MA, on a Football Scholarship. In 2009 John and his father Kenneth were both inducted into the Hudson High School Hall of Fame.
John worked at General Motors in Framingham for 30 years. Following his retirement he enjoyed golfing, trips to the ocean, playing poker, cookouts and getting together with friends & family to watch the Patriots and Red Sox games. He never missed a golf tournament either. John loved to make people laugh more than anything; always had a joke to tell or some kind of trivia question to entertain. He was a warm, loving person who lit up the room with his presence, was always willing to lend an ear and help out in any way he could. He will surely be missed by many friends and family everywhere.
John was dearly loved and is survived by his daughters Kimberly Clark Labier and Gaige Clark, his wife Bonnie (Schuck) Clark, grandchildren Raychel Ferrera Hudson, Nycole Ferrera, Samantha (Labier) Martin husband Craig and Hailey Labier, great grandchildren Ashton McNamara, Brayden & Cristiano Ferrera, Isybella Hudson, sister Jane (Clark) Duffy from Sterling, Ma, nephew Terry Duffy & nieces Kathy (Duffy) White, Susan (Duffy) Berger, and Mary (Duffy) Seaver.
Arrangements are under the direction of Tighe Hamilton Funeral Home, 50 Central Street, Hudson Mass 01749 calling hours will be held on Friday evening 4pm-7pm and a funeral servive on Saturday morning 10am in the funeral home; followed by a reception at Hudson Elks Lodge, 99 Park St., Hudson MA 01749.
TIGHE HAMILTON REGIONAL FUNERAL HOME
Published in Worcester Telegram & Gazette from Sept. 12 to Sept. 13, 2018