Clark Beauvais Bergeron passed on January 11, 2021 at the age of 35 at Our Lady of the Lake Ascension. Clark was born in Thibodaux, LA and was a resident of St. Amant, LA. In his life, he worked in several fields, such as, carpentry, construction, and sales. At an early age, he held a black belt in Taekwondo. He enjoyed fishing, kayaking, and watching movies about Knights of the Round Table or Knights Templar. He has touched the lives of many, and was an inspiration to others. Although he left this world at an early age, his legacy will live on by his generous donation to others through LOPA.
He is survived by his mother, Dianne Bergeron; son, Gavin Bergeron; daughter, Gabrielle Bergeron. He is also survived by his sisters, Monique Ayo Guilbeau, and Nicole Ayo DeMoss and husband, Darren DeMoss; nieces, Lindsey Button, Bryce Button, Flora DeMoss, and Mary Ella DeMoss; nephews, John Russell DeMoss, and Jack Weldon DeMoss; great nephew, Blaith Thibodeaux; great niece, Alana Thibodeaux; maternal aunt, Carolyn Clark Slaton; cousins, Kristi Brocato and husband, Nick Brocato, and Telli Zitzmann and husband, Phil Zitzmann; paternal uncle, Philip “Spike” Bergeron and wife, Iona Bergeron; aunt Connie Bergeron Long; and cousins, Dwayne Bergeron, Lisa Melancon, Renee Bergeron Gravois, and Phyllis Bergeron Waguespack.
He is preceded in death by his father, Robert Bergeron; maternal grandparents, Ruffin and Jessie Lee Clark; and paternal grandparents, Phil and Innette Bergeron.
Services are to be held at The Church International’s Timothy Building located at 13423 LA-431, St Amant, LA 70774. Family visitation will be Friday, January 22, 2021 from 10:00-10:30 am. Friends are welcome at 10:30 am, with services to follow at 11:00 am. The service will be led by Pastor Terry Nelson with the director of Broken Chains, Joey Petit, to serve as speaker. Burial will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery, Garden Mausoleum, St. Anthony Corridor 949 Menard St., Thibodaux, LA at 2:00 pm.