Ronald P. Clark Obituary

Ronald P. Clark

OBITUARY BALLSTON LAKE - Ronald P. Clark, 70, of Brier Court, sadly died Thursday, Apr 23rd, at Saratoga Hospital, after more than a month of fighting the COVID-19 virus. Born in Rensselaer, NY October 25, 1949, son of the late Elizabeth Vona Clark. Ron was educated at Queens College, SUNY Albany and Empire State College. Ron was a railroad electrician for 31 years, last working at the Amtrak facilities in Rensselaer. Ron was a well known soccer referee in the Capital District, was a member of the National Referee's Assoc for Soccer, a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, a member of Adirondack 46'ers, having conquered all 46 of the Adirondack's High Peaks, and was also an avid cyclist. Survivors include his wife of 38 years, Janis L. Clark, daughter Nicole Clark (Tyler) Travis of Clifton Park and son Griffin Clark and Agnes Sunyoung Yoon of Brooklyn. The family will be holding a Celebration of Life at a later date. They will release an announcement online and through newspapers with the date. During this extremely difficult time, please visit devito-salvadorefh.com to share condolences, photos and memories of Ron you may have, with his family.
October 25, 1949 - April 23, 202010/25/194904/23/2020
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OBITUARYBALLSTON LAKE - Ronald P. Clark, 70, of Brier Court, sadly died Thursday, Apr 23rd, at Saratoga Hospital, after more than a month of fighting the COVID-19 virus.Born in Rensselaer, NY October 25, 1949, son of the late Elizabeth Vona Clark. Ron was educated at Queens College, SUNY Albany and Empire State College.Ron was a railroad electrician for 31 years, last working at the Amtrak facilities in Rensselaer.Ron was a well known soccer referee in the Capital District, was a member of ...

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