Sallye R. Clark, 78, of Richmond passed away Tuesday, April 30, 2019.
Sallye served as a professor at Western Kentucky University and also served as a volunteer at Maymont. She is survived by her spouse Robert Clark and many extended family members.
A memorial service will be held at 2 pm on Tuesday, May 7 at Affinity Funeral Service.
Bob, I am sorry for your loss. I have enjoyed knowing Sallye vicariously through your loving stories.
My condolences go out to Sister Sallye R. Clark’s family in your time of loss and grief. It has been a pleasure knowing her as a part of the Westend Church of Christ family and in life. May Got Bless you all.
Her Sister in Christ,
Rose M. Fisher
Bob — We are so sorry for your loss. We will miss Sallye — she was a dear friend and a special person, and we loved her very much.
Ron and Dianne Bell
My condolences go out to the husband and famjly of Sister Sallye. R. Clark in your time of grief. It has been a pleasure knowing her as a part of the Westend Church of Christ and in life. God Bless You All
Rose M. Fisher
Sallye was a strong Christian and an example to all who knew her and loved very much. West End church of Christ will miss her. She will be missed by all. Bob our prayers are with you, and her family, in your time of sorrow. God Bless You.
Bob, I recall now and reflect on the privilege of being best man at your and Sallye’s wedding…
I knew Sallye at the end of her life when my husband got sick. She was a beautiful and sweet lady. She always smiled. I am so very sorry for your loss.
May God comfort you in this season of sadness.The brief time that i knew Sallye i came to adore her.Such a gentle soul.Her friends at Windsor will miss her.
I never met Mrs. Clark but mutual friends of ours spoke highly of her as an individual and
Christian. Prayers for the family as they grieve
the loss of their loved one.
Denny & Karen Hilton
West End Church of Christ
Bob, I am so sorry for you loss. She meant the world to you. She was a dear friend to me and I loved her very much. Words cannot describe what her loss means. Prayers for you at this time.
Dear Robert Clark and family, I am so sorry for your loss of your beloved, Sally Russell Clark. She was an wonderful person and a dynamic textiles & clothing instructor with special emphasis in historic costume and fashion design at Western Kentucky University. When I was enrolled in her classes, she was a single lady; therefore, when she met a “Mr. Clark” and the two got married, I was delighted for her. I know the two of you had a good life together. So very glad that she had you to be by her side to the end. Remember, she will be with you always in spirit and you will be together through the eternities. In friendship and love for an individual who had much positive influence on the people whose lives she touched. Judy E. Russell
Dr. Clark had a passion for teaching as well as her family and friends. She was a wonderful advisor to this Graduate Assistant.
Dr. Sallye Clark was my favorite professor at WKU and pretty much my favorite teacher of all time. I loved her clever wit and gentle encouragement, and I’ll always remember her fondly. Best wishes to her family and close friends.