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Patricia Chavis Clark


Patricia Chavis Clark, American librarian. Certified teacher, Alabama.


Clark, Patricia Chavis was born on December 2, 1942 in Orangeburg, South Carolina, United States. Daughter of David Belton and Junie Elizabeth (Bryan) Chavis.


Bachelor of Science, University Alabama, 1965. Master of Library Science, University Alabama, 1979.


Senior library Tallassee (Alabama) City Schools, 1965-1966. Library assistant University Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 1970-1978. Senior high library Bibb County High School, Centreville, Alabama, 1979-1982.

Library/media specialist Tuscaloosa City Schools, 1983-1994, library consultant, 1994-1995. Hospital volunteer Department of Community Health Regional Medical Center, since 1995. Consultant Christ Episcopal Church, Tuscaloosa, 1996-1997.


  • Certified teacher, Alabama.


  • President hospital auxiliary Department of Community Health Regional Medical Center, Tuscaloosa, 1997. Secretary Guild of Professional Writers for Children, 1996-1997.


God offers a loving relationship. The Covenant is not a contract in which God and human beings agree to provide particular goods and services for each other. God has freely and graciously already made it possible.


Language of a derogatory nature (with regard to race, nationality, ethnic background, gender, sexuality, and physical differences) does not reflect value of one another and contradicts the Christian teaching.


Member American Association of University Women (treasurer of branch 1996-1997, branch president 1999-1901, state vice president since 1999), Capstone Society, Beta Sigma Phi (president, vice president since 1968, Woman of Year award 1994, 95), Delta Kappa Gamma (state expansion chair since 1997, Chapter Achievement award 1993), Kappa Delta Epsilon (secretary/president since 1997, Member of Year 1997).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: travel, reading, volunteer work.


Married William Z. Clark, Junior, February 19, 1966. Children: William Douglas, Phillip Miller.


Church should build bridges with political institutions through organizing ecumenical delegations to the party conferences.