Sharon Anne Clark
June 15, 1989 – November 20, 2022
CLARK – Sharon Anne, 33, late of Grafton, NH, was found deceased in her home on Nov. 20, 2022. Sharon was the youngest daughter of Robert and Jane Clark of Front Royal, VA. Born in Winfield, IL on June 15, 1989, she is survived by her parents Robert and Jane, brothers Daniel and James, sisters Elizabeth and Becky, niece Jade, other relatives, and many friends.
Sharon loved the Lord and liberty, and desired that all would understand the gospel. She welcomed debate and enjoyed sharing her insights concerning sustainable living, political philosophy, and theology. She was an avid blogger and hard worker. She pursued adventure and challenges.
Sharon was homeschooled through high school, taught elective classes for homeschoolers, and led a worship team of signers at church. She received her black belt in karate from Front Royal Karate Club. She acquired her certification in ASL (American Sign Language) from NOVA, then studied engineering at Chattanooga State Community College in Tennessee before traveling to Montreal, Canada to study the French language. She was conversant in French and wrote many articles in both English and French. Two years ago she moved to New Hampshire to join the Free State Project, and worked at MTD Building Contractors in Canaan, NH.
Sharon volunteered with Habitat For Humanity, both in the United States and in Canada, and sought to help the poor and the homeless whenever she could. She will be greatly missed.
A memorial will be held on Sunday, January 1, 2023 at 1 p.m. at the Mill Brook Christian Fellowship in Grafton, NH.
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Published in Legacy from Nov. 29 to Nov. 30, 2022.
As I’ve done before with the Death of Elisa Lam I am going to attempt to understand another mysterious, and horrific tragedy.
This time it’s a dear friend of mine, Sharon Clark. First, I would like to share my personal message…
Forwarded from t.me/fspfc/151
Today we celebrate the life of Sharon Clark.
Sharon was an incredible person, and has had an enormous positive influence on the people that were graced with her kindness, selflessness, and dedication.
As an activist in New Hampshire, and Grafton specifically, she had such a tremendous impact on bringing the community together. The legacy that she has left behind will last forever.
I am grateful to have known her as long as I did. We met in Grafton last year, and she quickly became one of my favorite people in New Hampshire.
Her motivation and passion were extremely admirable, and I believe she may be the most wholesome person I’ve ever met.
I had great aspirations of working together with her, and dreaming of the incredible things we would accomplish.
I am very torn by her passing. I am sure she’s in the best place possible, and I know her angelic presence will continue to guide me through many of our shared visions.
Sharon Anne Clark
1989 – 2022
Sharon’s website and blog:
Sharon was passionately driving the Free Grafton project – Organizing members of the town, integrating locals into the community, and holding monthly meetings and potlucks.
She was also diligently working on proposing changes to the Town of Grafton regulations, most of which would benefit those living in tiny houses and increase freedom overall.
Thank you for everything you have done. May you rest in peace knowing that your time on earth will never be forgotten.
Sharon’s Memorial service was today at Mill Brook Christian Fellowship in Grafton, NH.
I learned there, for the first time, that Sharon died of a gunshot wound. I was speechless as I met her Mother Jane, and Sister Becky for the first time… while I also learned that my friends death was not accidental (as I had come to believe). Jane was explaining to a man named Bill as I walked in, and both agreed that the official story did not make sense.
Sharon’s mother is confident though that God will be sure that Sharon’s wishes of Truth, Liberty, and Justice will be served.