Dayne Patrick Clark May 20, 1961 - January 07, 2017 VIsalia Dayne Patrick Clark, 55, of Visalia, passed away on Saturday, January 7, 2017. Born May 20, 1961 in Encino, CA to Kathi and Bill Clark. He was an extraordinary man, who through humor and laughter, lifted the spirit of everyone he loved and came in contact with and he will be greatly missed. Recognized for his outstanding athletic abilities, he achieved many records in soccer in Southern California with his hat tricks. In 1974 the family relocated to Visalia, where he continued to excel. Having the good fortune of exceptional teammates and superior coaching in his high school and college years. He was the most proud of being a part of the Mt. Whitney High School football team winning an unprecedented state wide championship two (2) years in a row. He graduated from College of the Sequoias in 1979 and continued his education, attending San Diego State University. Returning to Visalia he continued to work alongside his father and brother at Master Pools by Paul Haney, leading the sales department while simultaneously achieving #1 in sales for the Western Region at Conseco Finance. He and his future wife, Shari, married in 1992 blending family together with Shari's son Matthew, Dayne's son Trevor and soon to follow was his precious "Boo" daughter Danielle. Dayne is preceded in death and reunited with his father, Bill and brother, Chris. He is survived by his mother Kathi and wife Shari, sons Trevor of San Luis Obispo, Matthew Hill of Davis, CA, daughter, Danielle, granddaughter Hannah and grandmother Eleanor all of Visalia and the many aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends. The family wishes to acknowledge with heartfelt appreciation, your kind expressions of sympathy for the many prayers, plants, flowers, food, cards and loving support. A celebration of life service will be held at The Lakes Clubhouse on Sunday, January 22, 2017 from 1PM-4PM. The family asks and believes Dayne would have liked, that each of us reach out and make someone laugh or smile today, as he always did!
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