Kojak will be missed by myself and other Marines of Mike CO.3/5. We patrolled together thru the shadows and valleys in Nam in 1967. He is surely missed and remembered. Carry On Marine. You are in my area every day. Terrible Turk, (Wears, M.S.)
My name is George Shelley, I'm the uncle of Mike and Brenda Duke. I didn't know Frank but I am a fellow Marine and from what Mike has told me he was an outstanding person and a proud Marine. Our prays are with the family and loved ones.
Aunt Neva, I am so sorry for your loss, I had no idea until just now. Please let me know if I can do anything for you. Love You!
We are both proud to have known Earl for the last several years since our grandson was born. He and Neva have always welcomed us into their home as if it was our own when we traveled to Pensacola each year.
It only took a few minutes after we first met to know what kind of man Earl was. Straightforward and strong in his beliefs and you always knew where he stood. He loved all of his kids and grandkids very much.
He was proud to be a Marine and we are thankful for his service to our country. He will be missed, as all of the good ones are. The world needs more like Frank Earl Clark.
Rest with God, Earl.
Though we never served together or even met face to face, Frank and I acknowledged our Brotherhood and mutual respect on "Marines.togetherweserved.com".
Rest in Peace Brother and may God watch over and bless those left behind.
Capt Joe England USMC Retd.
Nothing but RESPECT for Earl!! I used to hang out with him and talk a lot when I first started working at Monsanto and I found out he was a really good guy with a good sense of humor who liked to laugh and have fun when you got to really know him. He was a strong willed and hard character but then you just realize he was just hard from being a marine..but he was a marine who went to Vietnam and that deserves FULL RESPECT in my eyes! He was a good man and will be missed. I am happy and proud to have known him.
Prayers of consolation for you, his family. Guard the gates well, brother. Semper Fi!
Sorry to hear you will be missed!
Earl was a real blessing to Neva and the girls. So sorry for your loss and my prayers go out to the family. Love always, Aunt Susie
Frank, it saddened me to learn of your passing today. You will definitely be missed. But I find peace in knowing that you are now in Heaven and healthy again. Until I relieve you on post in Heaven may you Rest In Peace. Semper Fi.
You will always live in my memories