Funding For Clark McClelland
My name is Hermes and I am trying to raise money for my friend Clark McClelland. In recent years, Clark's health has deteriorated quite a bit, to the point where he had to get one of his legs amputated due to diabetes and therefore is unable to drive any longer, so he has to depend on assistance and this assistance is costing quite a bit.
He only has social security coming in which isn't enough to live on. That's it. He is literally in poverty. He can barely survive on his current economical status.
I thought I would open this GoFundMe account to help him out in some way. I personally DO NOT want to gain anything from it, again, this is for his benefit, not mine. Goal is to raise some money to help him out with his medical bills and other things he may need.
A little bit about Clark:
Clark is a bonafide expert in the field of UFO specialists. He began his investigations of this strange phenomenon in 1947. His 60 plus years of study in the field of UFOlogy puts him in a unique class of educators and investigators. He has lectured at many national universities including Notre Dame, Penn State, Ohio State, Berea, Montana State University, New York University, Idaho State, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and others too numerous to mention. On several occasions, he was requested by students and faculty to bring his unique topic to their campus as an elective course, although his work at Kennedy Space Center at the time overruled his acceptance.
Clark McClelland’s long association with the UFO phenomenon has followed him throughout his aerospace career. In 1958 he was assigned to the national space program at Cape Canaveral, Florida, and helped launch or viewed 679 rockets and spacecraft. In addition to being an Aerospace Engineer and Technical Assistant to the Apollo Program Manager during the Apollo moon landings, McClelland and other SpaceCraft Operators did extensive technical checkout of simulated flights and mission objectives of the various shuttles to assure orbital success and the personal safety of the astronauts.
McClelland knew many of the astronauts who perished during the Challenger disaster and certainly did all he could to keep each shuttle from such a repeat accident. He has held important positions involving such manned projects as Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo lunar landings, Skylab, the Space Shuttle and the Space Station. He was assigned to the cockpit of the Space Shuttle missions as a SpaceCraft Operator (Ground Test Astronaut). If anyone knows what is going on in space, with humans or otherwise, it is McClelland.
In 1960, Major Donald E Keyhoe, the International Director of the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) selected McClelland to be Director for the Kennedy Space Center and central Florida region. His unit members included two NASA Astronaut Flight Surgeons, many engineers, scientists and mathematicians as consultants and investigators. Later, he was chosen as the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) Director at the KSC and served concurrently as Assistant State Director for Florida.
McClelland’s name is on three commemorative monuments, the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo missions – – – His name will be on the Space Shuttle, International Space Station and the Deep Space Missions monuments in the future.
100% of the donations will go directly to Clark McClelland to help him survive.
If you want to learn more about Clark and his amazing life, please visit his website at: