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Mr. Howard Clark A.

Photographer

Worldwide Church of God

HQ Phone:

Worldwide Church of God

2011 E. Financial Way

Glendora, California 91741

United States

Company Description

We are also made up of people just like you-housewives, accountants, teachers, friendly teenagers, realtors, retired grandmothers and some of the cutest children. The Rancho Cucamonga branch was formed by a group of WCG members and their friends who fe... more

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Employment History

Deceased
First Evangelical Church

Affiliations

Board Member
Los Gatos Christian School

Board Member
John Brown University

Education



Western Seminary


Radio & Television Production
Dallas Theological Seminary

Ph.D.

Western Conservative Baptist Seminary

Web References (104 Total References)


Howard ...

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Howard Clark

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GASQUET, Calif. -- Howard Clark, 72, former elder of the Worldwide Church of God and photographer for WCG and Ambassador College publications, died Oct. 14 at his home here.
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Mr. Clark is survived by his wife, Beverly, and five grown children.


By then my aunt and grandparents ...

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By then my aunt and grandparents had been attending the FOT for several years, and this kind man, Howard Clark, knew them on sight.After he left to go back inside, my aunt told me he had once been confined to a wheelchair, but that God had healed him.

Howard Clark was a Korean War veteran who'd been badly wounded in combat.He was, according to HWA's autobiography, confined to a wheelchair until he was annointed by Richard D. Armstrong (not long before RDA himself died in a car crash).Afterwards, according to HWA, Clark was soon going up and down ladders, painting buildings on the Pasadena campus where he was enrolled as a student.He was eventually ordained and employed as a minister.I heard him preach several years after I met him.He said the stories were true that the VA still sent him his disability checks every month because officials there refused to believe that anyone with his severe injuries could have recovered.
My other aunt was married to a minister in the WCG, and he worked under Howard Clark for several years in the El Monte/Altadena area.According to my aunt and uncle, Mr. Clark had told them that he wished God had either healed him completely or let him die.Although he could now walk, internal injuries from when he was wounded still caused him to be miserably unwell.
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Howard Clark
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GASQUET, Calif.—Howard Clark, 72, former elder of the Worldwide Church of God and photographer for WCG and Ambassador College publications, died Oct. 14 at his home here.Mr. Clark is survived by his wife, Beverly, and five grown children.
On the Painful Truth website in the Ambassador Review archives, Howard Clark is listed in the article, "Executive Exodus," where in 1974 about one-third of the WCG ministry left the churh.
I hope that the years from 1974 and 2002 were good to him.Rest in peace, Mr. Clark.
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Howard Clark was my speech teacher and was often and obviously in constant pain.A very very nice man and very sincere in his dealings and expressions of belief.I suspect he upped his sheer will to be better enough to get up out of the chair that had "confined" him earlier.
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Howard Clark was my speech teacher, and I was fortunate to get a double shot of him, as he was also my Ambassador Club director.He was a most unique individual, and had a great sense of humor.However, he was also very outspoken.At one point or another, it appears that senior management of WCG tired of this, and (poof!) he was gone.
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Howard Clark was very outspoken, or maybe just "spoken" as being outspoken was one who said anything outside of "ok, sounds good to me." I also had him for club.


By then my aunt and grandparents ...

xcg.kingary.net [cached]

By then my aunt and grandparents had been attending the FOT for several years, and this kind man, Howard Clark, knew them on sight.After he left to go back inside, my aunt told me he had once been confined to a wheelchair, but that God had healed him.

Howard Clark was a Korean War veteran who'd been badly wounded in combat.He was, according to HWA's autobiography, confined to a wheelchair until he was annointed by Richard D. Armstrong (not long before RDA himself died in a car crash).Afterwards, according to HWA, Clark was soon going up and down ladders, painting buildings on the Pasadena campus where he was enrolled as a student.He was eventually ordained and employed as a minister.I heard him preach several years after I met him.He said the stories were true that the VA still sent him his disability checks every month because officials there refused to believe that anyone with his severe injuries could have recovered.
My other aunt was married to a minister in the WCG, and he worked under Howard Clark for several years in the El Monte/Altadena area.According to my aunt and uncle, Mr. Clark had told them that he wished God had either healed him completely or let him die.Although he could now walk, internal injuries from when he was wounded still caused him to be miserably unwell.
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Howard Clark
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GASQUET, Calif.—Howard Clark, 72, former elder of the Worldwide Church of God and photographer for WCG and Ambassador College publications, died Oct. 14 at his home here.Mr. Clark is survived by his wife, Beverly, and five grown children.
On the Painful Truth website in the Ambassador Review archives, Howard Clark is listed in the article, "Executive Exodus," where in 1974 about one-third of the WCG ministry left the churh.
I hope that the years from 1974 and 2002 were good to him.Rest in peace, Mr. Clark.
...
Howard Clark was my speech teacher and was often and obviously in constant pain.A very very nice man and very sincere in his dealings and expressions of belief.I suspect he upped his sheer will to be better enough to get up out of the chair that had "confined" him earlier.
...
Howard Clark was my speech teacher, and I was fortunate to get a double shot of him, as he was also my Ambassador Club director.He was a most unique individual, and had a great sense of humor.However, he was also very outspoken.At one point or another, it appears that senior management of WCG tired of this, and (poof!) he was gone.
...
Howard Clark was very outspoken, or maybe just "spoken" as being outspoken was one who said anything outside of "ok, sounds good to me." I also had him for club.


xcg: PCG and Mental Health

xcg.kingary.net [cached]

By then my aunt and grandparents had been attending the FOT for several years, and this kind man, Howard Clark, knew them on sight.After he left to go back inside, my aunt told me he had once been confined to a wheelchair, but that God had healed him.

Howard Clark was a Korean War veteran who'd been badly wounded in combat.He was, according to HWA's autobiography, confined to a wheelchair until he was annointed by Richard D. Armstrong (not long before RDA himself died in a car crash).Afterwards, according to HWA, Clark was soon going up and down ladders, painting buildings on the Pasadena campus where he was enrolled as a student.He was eventually ordained and employed as a minister.I heard him preach several years after I met him.He said the stories were true that the VA still sent him his disability checks every month because officials there refused to believe that anyone with his severe injuries could have recovered.
My other aunt was married to a minister in the WCG, and he worked under Howard Clark for several years in the El Monte/Altadena area.According to my aunt and uncle, Mr. Clark had told them that he wished God had either healed him completely or let him die.Although he could now walk, internal injuries from when he was wounded still caused him to be miserably unwell.
...
Howard Clark
...
GASQUET, Calif.-Howard Clark, 72, former elder of the Worldwide Church of God and photographer for WCG and Ambassador College publications, died Oct. 14 at his home here.Mr. Clark is survived by his wife, Beverly, and five grown children.
On the Painful Truth website in the Ambassador Review archives, Howard Clark is listed in the article, "Executive Exodus," where in 1974 about one-third of the WCG ministry left the churh.
I hope that the years from 1974 and 2002 were good to him.Rest in peace, Mr. Clark.
...
Howard Clark was my speech teacher and was often and obviously in constant pain.A very very nice man and very sincere in his dealings and expressions of belief.I suspect he upped his sheer will to be better enough to get up out of the chair that had "confined" him earlier.
...
Howard Clark was my speech teacher, and I was fortunate to get a double shot of him, as he was also my Ambassador Club director.He was a most unique individual, and had a great sense of humor.However, he was also very outspoken.At one point or another, it appears that senior management of WCG tired of this, and (poof!) he was gone.
...
Howard Clark was very outspoken, or maybe just "spoken" as being outspoken was one who said anything outside of "ok, sounds good to me." I also had him for club.


COG Memorial: Remembering Family and Friends - 'C' - at www.thejournal.org

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Howard Clark

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GASQUET, Calif.--Howard Clark, 72, former elder of the Worldwide Church of God and photographer for WCG and Ambassador College publications, died Oct. 14 at his home here.Mr. Clark is survived by his wife, Beverly, and five grown children.

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