Tyson Clark, a general partner at GV, has died, reported Bloomberg. Clark was 43. Citing a statement issued by GV, the news outlet noted that Clark died “due to sudden complications from a health issue.” Clark, who was GV’s only Black GP, first joined Alphabet Inc’s venture arm in August 2015. He began his VC career as a partner of corporate development at Andreessen Horowitz. Clark served in the U.S. Navy for six years and earned an MBA from Harvard and undergraduate degree from Stanford University.