Eula Pearl Clark

June 13, 1940 - April 25, 2024


Pastor Eula P. Clark was born to the loving union of Lillian and Levi Harris in Alexandria, Louisiana right outside of New Orleans. She was the 2nd oldest of ten children. She began her family in 1955, giving birth to three children, son Michael Harrell, daughter Melinda, and baby boy Arthur Jr. She moved to Seattle in 1960, where she began her career working at Boeing, which was called Boeing Aerodynamics Company in those days.

However, God had begun calling this young woman at age 26 for the ministry. She helped to create the legendary Faith Gospel Singer, a group that was well known in every church in Seattle, California, and the Southern regions. She went on to complete her master’s degree in theology and her degree in education and began teaching within our community, fighting for the rights of our African American children to education and stood strongly for 20 years as a teacher at Mt. Zion pre-school.

She accelerated in her faith and her field of study, becoming a voice of recognition for Afro-American early childhood education according to the Chamber of Commerce on educational planning. She goes on to become the Pastor of the United Deliverance Temple Church in 1980, where she stood for 46 years. She was a unique and dynamic woman that taught the love of Christ to family, church members, and whomever would listen to the word of God.

Pastor Clark had a strong passion for knitting, making hats, scarves, and blankets for her family and friends.

She leaves to mourn three children, Michael Harrell, Melinda Smith, and Arthur Williams, Jr.

Nine grandchildren, Charmaine Harrell, Markies Williams, Melissa Harrell, Kanya Williams, Ian Jackson, Kyshia Williams, Marcus Harrell, Melia Smith, and Shaun Williams. Ten great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, and God children.

Gone but never forgotten and loved by all who knew her.

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