Christopher J.T. Clark
1955 - 2020
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January 30, 1955 November 4, 2020
Chris passed away on November 4, 2020. He grew up as a military brat, graduated from Gaithersburg HS, Duke University (BS in Chemistry), and University of New Mexico (MBA). After college, Chris worked for Texas Oil and Gas and then Conoco before deciding that his real passion was working in the financial services industry as an investment advisor. He lived in Colorado Springs for 33 years working at PaineWebber, UBS, and his own company, Chris Clark Capital Management. Chris loved fly-fishing in the rivers and streams in Colorado. He was very much loved and respected by his many friends and family. Chris is survived by his wife Mary, children Geoff and Rachel, mother Barbara, brother Tom and sister Kathleen Sandberg. Memorial donations may be made to Christ's Kitchen, P.O. Box 3391, Victoria, TX 77901.

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Published in The Gazette on Nov. 15, 2020.
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November 16, 2020
So unbelievably sad to hear about Chris. I used to clean his teeth and he was also our financial planner at the office. The funniest, nicest guy you could ever have the pleasure working with. He always seemed very happy and content with life and the last time I talked to him he said he was going to work forever because he enjoyed it so much. Prayers to Mary and kids. Lisa Brockie
Lisa Brockie
November 15, 2020
I worked with Chris at PaineWebber during the 1980s and I enjoyed his sense of humor and his wit, as well as his knowledge of the financial services industry. We had a good time during those years of stock brokerage in Colorado Springs. My thoughts are with his family during this difficult time.

Ron Rubin
Ron Rubin
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