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Willis Franklin "Will" Clark, Sr
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Birth: Aug. 15, 1932
La Rue
Marion County
Ohio, USA
Death: Aug. 11, 2013
Marion County
Ohio, USA

Willis F. Clark Sr. age 80 of Marion passed away Sunday, August 11, 2013. Born August 15, 1932 in LaRue to the late Clifford D. and Rosa Mae (Vansickle) Clark.

Willis retired as a maintenance supervisor at Community Med Center Hospital. He was a member of LaRue Baptist Church.

He is survived by his wife Joanne P. (Carlyle) Clark, one son Willis F. (Terry) Clark Jr. of Marion, two daughters Cindy (Donald) Carey of Marion, Rose (Richard) Rudd of LaRue, three brothers John Clark of Marion, Ray Clark of LaRue, Gary Clark of Kenton, eight grandchildren, twenty four great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.

Preceding Willis in death are one brother David Clark, four sisters Eva Katherine Cole, Fern Clark Redmon, Ethel Miller, and Margaret Gallant.

Harley note-I never met Will, but I was hired and worked with his brother, Ray Clark. 
Family links: 
  Clifford Seth Dutton Clark (1898 - 1985)
  Rosa Mae Van Sickle Clark (1900 - 1991)
  Fern Leona Clark Redmon (1919 - 1939)*
  Eva Kathryn Clark Cole (1920 - 2006)*
  Walter Clark (1922 - 1922)*
  David Clifford Clark (1925 - 1982)*
  Ethel L Miller (1929 - 2006)*
  Willis Franklin Clark (1932 - 2013)
*Calculated relationship
Created by: Harley Hoover
Record added: Oct 14, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 118720979
Willis Franklin Will Clark, Sr
Added by: Turia Clark Day
Willis Franklin Will Clark, Sr
Added by: Turia Clark Day
Willis Franklin Will Clark, Sr
Added by: Harley Hoover
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