Kyle Jefferson Clark, 41, of Austin, died October 16, 2022 in Austin.  Kyle was born August 13, 1981 to Debbie and Tom Clark in Pittsburg, TX.  His love of film, especially the Star Wars Series, led to his work as a film editor for YouTube/Google.  Kyle’s passion for film and video editing inspired his creativity and the joy of work.  A special appreciate to his YouTube team and Kamalesh Roy, Assistant General Manager.

He leaves behind to cherish his memory his mother, Debbie Davison Amerson and husband Dan; father, Dr. Charles Thomas Clark and wife Amy; sisters Leanna Doherty and husband John, Casey Kliza and husband Ralph, Kelsey Marie Taylor, and Kinsey Lee Clark.  Also, Kyle had 2 brothers – Cody Clark and Douglas Amerson and wife Denise.    Kyle was the brother who could bring joyful laughter to his brothers and sisters.   Also remembered are numerous cousins who saw a shy little boy grow into a joyful and humorous blessing.

Kyle had twelve nieces and nephews and they idolized Uncle Kyle.  He was the “cool Uncle” with whom the grandchildren loved to “hang”.

On Sunday morning, October 16, 2022, Kyle saw a glimpse of Heaven and it took his breath away.   His last breath on earth was followed by his first breath in heaven.   All praise and glory to God Almighty for the gift and life of Kyle Jefferson Clark – a beloved and loving son, a cherished brother, an uncle who can never be replaced, and an adored cousin and nephew.

There will be a visitation in his honor 4:00 – 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 19, 2022, at Crowder Funeral Home Chapel Dickinson, with funeral services 10:00 a.m.  Thursday, October 20, 2022, at Dickinson First United Methodist Church with Reverend Dan Amerson and Reverend Brian Brooks presiding.

Interment services will follow at 2:00 p.m., Thursday, at Cedar Crest Cemetery, Baytown, TX.

Honored to serve as pallbearers are Douglas Amerson, Cody Clark, John Doherty, Ralph Kliza, Scott Hightower, and Ryan Hightower.