Clark H. Willingham, 54, died November 23, 2013 in Denver Colorado. He was born in Atlanta, GA, March 4, 1959, to Dr. Robert T. Willingham, Jr and Ann (Windsor) Willingham. Clark graduated high school at “Christ School” in North Carolina and went on to study architecture at Georgia Tech. He relocated to Aspen, Colorado where he designed and over saw the construction of many projects, most notable the “Syzygy” restaurant. Clark also lived and worked as an architect in Steamboat Springs and Denver, Colorado. In Denver he last worked for Studio Completiva where he contributed to the design and completion of The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center project. His mother, Ann (Windsor) Willingham and his father, Dr. Robert T. Willingham, Jr., preceded Clark in death. He is survived by his adopted son, Christopher A. Willingham, wife Courtney, son Calvin, Grand Junction, CO, and his daughter Mary E. Willingham, Boulder, CO. Also his step-mother Anne Christian Willingham, Atlanta GA, brothers Robert T. Willingham III, wife Leslie, Columbus, GA, Dwight Willingham, wife Lynn, Nashville, TN, Tom Willingham, wife Maria, Birmingham, AL, John Willingham, wife Gretchen, Simpsonville, SC, sister Kate Bishop, husband Tim, Dothan, AL, and numerous nieces and nephews. Two memorial services were held, a Celebration of Life Service, December 7, 2013, in the chapel of The Salvation Harbor Light Center, Denver, CO, and a Celebration of Life Service at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Steamboat Springs, CO, December 21, 2013. A scattering of cremated remains will be performed in the mountains in the summer of 2014. Memorial donations may be made to the college fund of Mary Willingham in care of the First National Bank of the Rockies, POB 880160, Steamboat Springs, CO 80488.