Christopher M. Clark

Christopher M. Clark, 48, passed away on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at his home.

He was the husband of Debra M. (Arnold) Clark to whom he was married for 24 years.

Born in Providence, he was a son of Paula (Rego) Clark.

Christopher was a Welder/Iron worker for Capco Steel Company. He enjoyed quahogging and had a passion for fishing. He was also an avid fan of the New England Patiots.

Besides his wife he leaves three daughters, Sheena Gaetan, Justine Arnold and Christy Drake, one son, Jacob Arnold, eight grandchildren, Jacob, Jordan, Victoria, Matthew, Emily, Sophia, Kel and Audri, one sister, Kerri-Ann Clark and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.

His funeral services will be private.



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Debra clark from Pawtucket wrote on September 25, 2020 at 12:26 pm:
Chris we were together 32 years married 24 you made my life complete you were 17 when we met even though you told me you were 22 I knew you were the man I would spend my life with we had so many good times and memories it wasn’t supposed to end like this we had so much more to do together..we made it through a lot of bad times we said mean things to each other but we loved each other and I know that in my was the best husband friend and father I’m lost we all are jacobs devastated I wish I was a better wife and friend to you Chris please help me understand why you left us how do I get through a day without you how do I raise Jacob to be a man without you please guide us through this my life will never be the same ever again I’m dead inside there’s no deb without Chris we were Chris and deb now I’m nobody I will just go through life as a empty shell I hope my time comes soon I’m sorry so sorry I wasn’t there holding your hand I’m mad hurt and broken my life feels like it ended the pain in my heart is indescribable please give me a sign that you love me and forgive me I wish you knew how much these kids need you they all loved there papa Jacob and Jordan will never be the same again we all love you and hopefully I will be there with you soon
Monica from Cumberland wrote on September 25, 2020 at 12:21 pm:
To Deb and my cousins, I am so sorry for your loss. Chris was too young to go. Sending you strength and love.
Renee F Cabral-Elderkin from East providence wrote on September 25, 2020 at 10:12 am:
My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family Deb. Life is always a challenge but Losing a love 1 is 1 of the biggest hurdles one will ever have to face. Stay strong keep, your family safe and know that you have people that care about you.
Rose from Providence wrote on September 25, 2020 at 8:57 am:
Hi Deb, dont know what to say. But i never saw any woman do what you do for your family. I could see you love and care for him. I wish you peace and love. God Bless you and your family.
Christy from Warwick wrote on September 25, 2020 at 4:50 am:
I love you dad, the kids love you. We all love you so much. I wish you didn’t have to go. I still needed you here. I’m so sorry for everything we have been through. I wish I could just talk to you one last time, there is so much I would tell you. I wish you would have let the doctors make you better Dad. 💔
Sheena Gaetan from Warwick wrote on September 24, 2020 at 9:09 pm:
I love you always and forever dad you are now our shining star 🌟 above . This hurts so much right now but I pray that with time we can find the closure we all need to get through this . I miss you already dad. Love always , your daughter Sheena ❤️.
Jackeline from Springfield wrote on September 24, 2020 at 12:56 pm:
Sorry for the loss of your loved one
Kerri-Ann Clark from Providence wrote on September 24, 2020 at 12:32 pm: only by your death. 48 is too young...I hope your in heaven with mom,Aunty Mare and grandma and that your finally pain free. I love you and pray you knew that.