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June 28, 2016

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June 28, 2016

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August 3, 2014
It's always a pleasure to meet and talk with veterans such as Clark Bennett, he had some great stories as he served in some very hostile environments during both Wars, men like Clark are why we are free today. May God bless you Clark, an American Hero!
August 3, 2014
For all the Family! When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure! Now he can yell and cheer for Kenny, with Bee & Arlene & Frank at his side.
Love you all,
Binkie
August 3, 2014
To the best Little League coach ever! Thanks "4" the memories! Thank you most for always making me feel like I was part of your family!!!! God bless you Clark!
Carl "Rinny" Simpson
August 3, 2014
On July 31st at 8:02 am, the world lost the strongest, bravest man I have ever known.

I am so glad to have grown up with him as a constant presence in my life. He was always making me laugh and awing me with his many stories. There are so many good memories: Grandparents' day, him watching me play softball, taking me to Friday night Football games, coming to watch me walk across the stage at my high school graduation only a few years ago. He was always doling out advice, being playful, or giving me little gifts he'd come across such as candy or jewelry boxes.

I've never been so proud of anyone else in my life. I was proud to tell my friends and people I knew of how hard he'd fought for our country, or how tough he was when defending himself and his family.

I will forever be thankful that I was there holding his hand when he went.

Rest now, Grandpa. You deserve it more than anyone.

--Forever your 'Smudgie'
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