Clark II, John Jefferson 4/25/1951 - 9/24/2020 Greenville Tx John Jefferson Clark II, formally of Kalamazoo, MI went to be with the Lord on Sept 24, 2020. John was born April 25, 1951 in Athens, Georgia to John Jefferson Clark and Clara Pounds Clark. He married Karen Ihas in Kalamazoo, Michigan on June 6 1970, and in 1976 they welcomed their son, John III, into their lives. He owned and operated Wow Web Works in Kalamazoo, Greenville Web Design and Greenville Handgun Training. John was a wonderful, caring and devoted husband, father and grandfather. He was an avid bicyclist and competition handgun shooter. He and his wife loved to travel around the United States visiting many of the national parks. Since moving to Greenville, John was a Chamber Ambassador, President of the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for adoptees for Hunt County Board and Director of the Cotton Patch Challenge for the Rotary Club of Greenville. Everything he under took, he did with a passion for excellence. He loved the City of Greenville and all the friends he made there. He took great joy in playing with his grand children, riding bikes, photography, working with wood and tools, or just Slip n Slide in the backyard. His son shared his passion for guns, and they spent many hours shooting together. Above all, John loved Jesus. A faithful pastor for 20 years in Kalamazoo, he continued to teach Sunday School and small groups throughout his life. He had a flair for acting and would often portray Biblical characters in teaching Sunday School. Always one to lighten the mood, he was a great joke teller. Many will remember his jokes and great way of connecting with people. His great sense of humor will be missed. He is preceded in death by his parents, John and Clara Clark. He is survived by his wife, Karen Clark of Greenville; son, John Jefferson III and wife, Stephanie of McKinney, TX; sister, Kimberly Clark of Mattawan, MI; brother, Jay Clark and wife Jane of Marcellus, MI; grandchildren, Cory and Davion Clark of Greenville, TX. A memorial service has taken place near Greenville, Tx. Donations can be directed to CASA for Hunt Count or Rotary Club of Greenville, TX.