In Memory of




Obituary for Shane Edward Clark

Shane Edward Clark, “Shaner,” born August, 15th 1989, passed away peacefully on September 23, 2022 in the presence of his family at the age of 33 years old at Charlton Methodist Hospital in Dallas, Tx. Shane was involved in a car accident on August 15th of this year, 2022.

Shane was blessed with a large and loving family and was a genuine friend to all. He is survived by his son Jayden, Father, Ted Clark, his Mother, Lisa Clark, his older brother Dustin Clark and Wife Ashlee, Grandmother Anneliese Lawson, Grandparents Ed and Trudy Clark, Aunt Cathy and Uncle Kevin Johnson, Aunt Brandie and Uncle Jeff Hyndman, Aunt Gail Lawson and Uncle Robert, Niece Kingslee Clark, and Nephew Connor Clark.

He is preceded in death by his brother Aaron, Grandfather Bobby Lawson, Grandparents Lavon and Merald Binger, Great Grandparents Hoss and Nita Wooten, Great Grandparents Ed and Mary Clark. Shane lived in Midlothian, TX from birth in 1989.

Shane was a happy, loving, and exceptionally caring person that always brought out the best in people he surrounded himself with. A believer, Shane attended church and served his community of friends and family every moment he was given a chance. An avid outdoorsmen by trade, passed down from his Father, Ted Clark; Shane enjoyed hunting, fishing, and anything else involved with the outdoors. Shane’s sense of humor was always in front and looked at life less seriously than most. It was contagious. He always made sure everyone had fun. Shane was a giver. A giver of his time, words, and thoughts, and was always interested in contributing however he could. Shane was always the first person to find new music, he loved music. He played guitar and thoroughly enjoyed, “windows down, driving around,” music. Underneath all of these interests, the silver lining of Shane’s beautiful life, is that he would leave his interests at the drop of a hat to be with friends. Friends and family were the core of why Shane felt purpose. It was this driving purpose that will be missed the most. He cared, and everyone knew.