Clark, Bruce Allan of Edina, peacefully went to heaven on May 15, 2021, where he joined Jean, his wife of 50 years, and sons Tom, Paul, and Tim. Born March 24, 1929, to Tom and Pansy Clark, he grew up on their Eden Prairie sheep farm situated on the Minnes ota River the same farm where his eight children would be raised. After graduating valedictorian from Eden Prairie High School, he proceeded to obtain a degree from the University of Minnesota. Bruce made a reputation for himself in the foundry world, work ing well into his eighties. His skills as an inventor were realized via his own company, Superior Foundry Plate, Inc., and designed a world unique device for repair of the Golden Gate Bridge of which he was most proud. He was one of only two remaining char ter members of the Eden Prairie Lions Club. "Pops", as affectionately known, will be remembered not only for his creativity and entrepreneurism, but for his love of travel and music. Singing was a pleasure right up until his last days. He is survived by ch ildren Allan, Cindy (Tom), Diane, Brian, and Eric (Lesly); stepchildren Catherine, Barbara (Malcolm), and John (Marge); siblings Ross and Winnifred (Herbert); as well as 15 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at Lakewoo d Memorial Chapel in Minneapolis on Wed, 6/2/21, at 2:00 pm.