Let the memory of Jess be with us forever.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jess Clarke Jr. . We will remember him forever.
Posted by Rayena Sandell on 8th February 2019
Good morning Jess, I have come to say goodbye. I want to thank you for a friendship the last several years, the laughter and smiles and kindness are special to me. Go rest high on that mountain Jess, I know peace goes with you. Rayena Sandell
Posted by Zbigniew Gajda on 6th February 2019
Our condolences. We are so sad that we will not be able to see you again. We will miss the times spent together. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Love, Grazyna (Grace) and Zbyszek
Posted by Ellen Saunders on 6th February 2019
You are so right, Chris. He never stopped creating, never gave up. I remember him saying that so often! The thing I remember most is all the picture taking. He never stopped! But, I must say, he loved to have his picture taken with his winning smile! He was so funny.....
Posted by Chris Sykes on 5th February 2019
A few weeks ago, 81-year-old Jess handed me a layout for an ad he'd been working on for a new product. Why is this meaningful? Because unlike many, Jess never stopped creating, never stopped working on the next big thing, never lost his optimism and view towards the future. Jess was a truly remarkable individual whose like we meet very rarely in life. His attitude to life could be summed up by one of his favorite sayings, "No assumed constraints!"
Posted by Judith Hamilton on 5th February 2019
I had the pleasure of caring for Jess over 3 years. Listening to Free bird, chocolate chip cookies and bars, meeting so many of his friends, laughing, singing different songs, singing happy birthday to friends and family, talking about history, fruits and veggies, Aloe his love, sharing life to the fullest. He was always thinking about where to travel next. Jess is the founder of Miracle of Aloe. I have learned so much about Aloe from him over the years. He loved to just take rides in the car anywhere. Most of all he would say to me Judy I am so proud of my family. He loved his sister’s, brother, son’s dearly and his grand children so much. Anya his beautiful wife who is so special cared for Jess like a King. He had the best, lived the best he could. Many days were a struggle with Parkinson’s disease. I helped him walk, encouraged him daily. You can do it Jess. He was like a father to me, intelligent, always thinking about creating new products and solutions. I miss him already. He is Free as a bird now. I am sure he is working on his biggest project in heaven now. Yooooooo my sweet friend.
Posted by Kara Bartholomew on 2nd February 2019
I was given the opportunity to have Jess as my caregiving client when he was in PA at the river cottage. He Loved his life and all the people he met along the way. He loved his Tuesday’s at Teels Auction House, buying junk to store at the cottage for his sons to throw out. He loved his Ice Cream and chocolate bars. He loved to heckle with the telemarketers on his phone, go for rides and tell me stories along the way. He was a gem, there will never be another one like him. He treasured his sons, wife and grandkids. He loved to have his family at the river cottage and watching them have fun on the river. I will deeply Miss you! Kara Bartholomew, Caregiver
Posted by Ellen Saunders on 1st February 2019
I want to say that Jess was unique. There will never be anyone like him. He was smart, highly creative, hard-working and fun. He had a great laugh and a wonderful sense of humor. I know how much he loved his wife and children. Sometimes during our business relationship, he would make me crazy. Like the time he stapled the hem in his trousers before going to see an important customer. I have lots of stories like this. Nothing he'd do would surprise me! He was his own man.
Posted by Ellen Saunders on 1st February 2019
Where do I begin? Jess was my partner, my mentor, my friend. He did more to change my life than anyone I’ve ever known. Everything I know about Marketing, I learned from Jess, We traveled the country together, selling our products, laughing all the way, as well as taking pictures all the way! My only regret is that I was not in touch with him in his last year. He will remain in my heart forever. Rest In Peace, dear Jess. My sincere sympathies to all who loved him.
Posted by Georgie Flook on 1st February 2019
Jess, You will forever be in our hearts. You raised 3 amazing boys and were a wonderful father, grandfather and friend. I will always remember the many great memories from Bushy Ridge and so on. You will be missed! Praying for you and your family. Love, Georgie Murray Flook

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