JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Ronald Clark, 31, is a barber and the proud father of four children. But Clark is concerned about his relationship with one of the children from a previous relationship.
"I feel there's a void because I have three in the house with me," said Clark, "and one not in the house with me and therefore, there's a lot of time lost."
Clark grew up in a single parent household and knows what it means to have a father MIA, missing in action.
"I only had my Mom and she was terrific," he said, "There were times I wish I had my father."
Clark is now lending his voice to the Save Our Sons' newest initiative: absentee fathers.
"I feel a father is needed in the household, a father is needed in his son's life," her said.