Tom C. and Bonnie Clark Deaf Education Scholarship
Thomas Cecil Clark passed away on Saturday, March 13, 2010. Tom was a beloved teacher, leader, and mentor who loved Deaf people and devoted his life to training teachers and parent advisors who could meet the needs of deaf children and their families. He was truly a pioneer of Deaf Education and Early Intervention services for Deaf children in the nation. He understood that the key to success for deaf children was early access to language and he pioneered programs that provided services to families of deaf children in their homes. He developed the SKI*HI Institute at Utah State University that has become the model for early home intervention programs for deaf children and for children with disabilities in the United States and throughout many parts of the world. He truly loved Deaf people, Deaf children and families. His exuberant spirit and enthusiasm for life will be greatly missed by his family and colleagues and all who were privileged to know him.
A scholarship to assist future teachers of the deaf with their college education has been set up in Tom’s honor if you would like to make a contribution.
It will be called the Tom C. and Bonnie Clark Deaf Education Scholarship, to honor both Tom and his dear wife, Bonnie for their life-long devotion to the field of Deaf Education.
We accept your tax-exempt donations through either Paypal or Personal Check. Thank you for your support of Deaf Education.
Checks should be made out to the Tom and Bonnie Clark Deaf Education Fund and sent to:
Deaf Education Teacher Training Program
1000 Old Main Hill
Utah State University
Logan, Utah 84322-1000
For more information about this scholarship, you may contact Dr. J. Freeman King, Director of Deaf Education at Utah State University.(v/vp)