CANTON — Life may often be too short, so we must treasure every moment that we have together. These words are so fitting to describe the 44 years of the cherished life of Joshe Wayne Clark, who passed away surrounded by his family on Monday, April 19, 2021, and entered into his glorious place of eternal peace and everlasting life.
In the spring season of May 5, 1976, Terry and Paula Mull Clark were blessed with the birth of their first son, Joshe, who brought into their lives a multitude of blessings each and every day. Laughter and happiness continually filled the Clark home as Joshe and his younger brother, Jason grew up together and made special memories that will be forever treasured. He was a 1994 graduate of Pisgah High School and continued his career as a building manager for ASC Business Park in Asheville. Joshe was definitely a true outdoorsman who loved adventure — camping and hiking in the mountains and going boating every chance he could find. Motocross competitions were also a special passion that Joshe truly enjoyed and a pastime that brought him great joy.
He was an amazing cook and grew a bounty of wonderful vegetables in his garden that he canned each summer. When Amy Farrington came into Joshe’s life he knew he had met the love of his life and they have shared a blessed marriage together. Joshe will forever be remembered as a special man with a heart of gold and a kind and caring heart. Joshe Wayne Clark will never be forgotten.
Preceding Joshe in death was his maternal grandmother, Lucy Parker Mull; and his paternal grandparents, Edgar and Geneva Clark.
He is survived by his loving family; his wife, Amy Farrington Clark of Canton; his parents, Terry and Paula Mull Clark of Canton; his brother, Jason Clark; his children, Jesse Clark and Jenna Clark and step-children, Taylor Farrington and Zuriah Smith; his maternal grandfather, Winifred Mull and Norma and a multitude of dear friends.
Private services to celebrate the life of Joshe will be held at a later date.
Crawford / Ray Funeral Home and Cremation Service is honored to be caring for the Clark family and words of comfort may be shared at www.CrawfordRay.com.