Clark Kenneth Weddington was born March 31, 1953, in Temple Texas, to Clark Kemmuel and Mae Curtis Weddington. Clark was one of seven children.
He moved to Denver, Colorado in high school, after graduating from East high school in Denver Colorado. He worked at the University of Colorado health and science center as the Director of central environmental services where he later retired from. He met and married Nancy Ann Jones on April 5, 1976. To this union, Venus, Clark (June bug), Jessie and Sarah were born.
Early in life, he learned the importance of hard work, he was determined to provide for his family and gave them the life he felt they deserved.
He was a member of the chancellor’s scholarship committee and also helped coach the Special Olympics softball state championship team.
He loved the Denver Broncos if the Broncos were playing, he was found in front of a TV at home or at family and friend's houses watching. He also enjoyed playing dominoes and cards with friends and family, listening to music, fishing, going to Central city/ Black Hawk, and bingo.
He leaves to cherish his memory and mourn his four children Venus Weddington of Aurora, Colorado Clark Weddington Jr of Aurora, Colorado Jessie of Fort Collins, Colorado and Sarah Weddington of Aurora, Colorado
He left behind three sisters Kathy, Del, and Jacqueline. He left behind eight grandchildren, Jeffery, Brittany, Janaya, Kacey, Sinyia, Teardrah, Deondray, and Nevaeh. Six great-grandchildren, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives.
One of the kindest souls on this planet, our father was a gentle, giving man who worked tirelessly to ensure his family had everything they needed. He faced every challenge in life with admirable strength and courage.