Stanley J. Clark

Stanley J. Clark 73 of Malta, passed away Thursday, March 1, 2012. Born in Binghamton, June 21, 1938, he was the son of the late Maurice and Grace Clark. Stan lived in Norwich and Oneonta before moving to Saratoga Springs in 1972. He worked for Saratoga Dairy and started his own glass business.

He was known as “Stan the Glass Man” and operated Stan’s Glass on Route 9 in Saratoga Springs for 20 years and Old Forge Glass in Old Forge, New York. Stan enjoyed restoring old cars and his favorite was his 53 Chevy Belair. He enjoyed classic car flea markets, truck shows and watching Nascar. He also liked snowmobiling, hunting, fishing and camping with his family.

He was a member of the Oneonta Fire Department, Old Forge Fire Department and the Maple Avenue Fire Department where he served as chief. He was a past member of the Greenfield Lions Club.

Stan is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Dorothy Parker Clark, daughter Donna Conley (Michael) of Malta, son Douglas Clark (Laurie) of Old Forge, three grandchildren, Tara Conley, Maegan Conley, and Dylan Clark, two sisters, Leona Hunt of Delhi and Barbara Murray of Ballston Spa, brother Gary Clark (Laura) of Schenevus, and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Funeral services will be held 10am Tuesday, March 6 at the Ballston Spa United Methodist Church, Milton Avenue, Ballston Spa. Burial will follow in Memory Gardens, Colonie. Relatives and friends are invited to call on Monday from 4-8pm at Armer Funeral Home, Inc 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, Church Street Station, P.O. Box 780, New York, NY 10008.

Guest Book


Doug, I was so sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad and one of my best friends, the Kit Kat Kid. I will never forget the great times we had snowmobiling with your Dad, Joel, Don, George and myself. May you rest in peace Stan and God Bless.

Martha Denio

DOROTHY, so sorry about Stan. My love to all the family. WISH I could be there for you. Love Marr

Chris Jones

My condolences to you for your loss of Stan. While I was a young fire fighter, in the late 80's, Stan was a generous mentor and a good friend.

Craig LaFave

I am so sorry for the passing of Stan. Stan was a integral part of my life, he tought me the values that allowed me to succeed in business. I learned so much from him, from firefighting to being an honest business person. I am not able to make Stan's funeral, although I will be thinking of him. Please except my dearest condolence's.


May God wrap his arms around you and give you and your whole family comfort at this time. My heartfelt sympathy to your family. It was a pleasure meeting him and I am glad I got to!

Terry Klingaman and Elmer Manzer

Donna, Mike and family,
We are very sorry for your loss and our thoughts and prayers are will you all. Hoping in time loving thoughts of your father will replace the loss you are feeling now.

Tom and Rose Kelley

Our condolences to the family. My fragile health will prevent us from attending a service for Stan. Please know that you are all in our thoughts. Stan was a unique man and "Stan the Glass Man" fit him well! I enjoyed knowing and working with him. Having worked on that '53 Chevy, I remember his love for it very well. Stan will certainly be missed but fondly remembered. May God grant you all peace and strength for the days ahead.