Kevin D. Clark, son of the late Hammel J.Clark and Margaret Estelle Clark, was born on August 17, 1964. He slipped into eternal rest on September 16, 2016 in the early morning dew.
He was educated in the public schools in Baltimore City. Kevin was employed as a Carpenter and noted to be an all around “Mr. Fix-it.” He loved to cook and was a collector of swords and some antique glass picture frames.
Whenever he needed special directions in his shop of many “fix me ups” and woes of the moment, he would call his Uncle Howard.
You could find him at yard sales and some estate sales looking for various collectables. He would brag about how much he spent, often saying only $10.00, he would say, “That’s all it cost ‘cause I’ve got to clean it up, fix the broken frame and use gas to get it back home.”
Aside from his hobby, he loved to spend time with his children and extended family in Cambridge.
Kevin had a special relationship for several years with his fiancé, Acquinetta and Nevaeh, who was like a granddaughter. He also had a special relationship with his Aunt Bert. He would call her anytime of the night or day. She is the matriarch of the family.
Kevin leaves to cherish his memory, three daughter, Keiona and BreAnna, (both of Cambridge) and Annett (Baltimore); a brother, Hammel Clark Jr. (Baltimore); a sister, Robin Dewick (Baltimore); uncle, Charles Gross (Margaret), Crofton and Howard Northam (Bertha), Cambridge; a niece, Danielle Stalling (Eastern Shore, Md) and a host of other relatives and friends.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Inger Clark, grandmother, Daisy Thomas and a host of others relatives.