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August 27, 2015
By happenchance, I had the pleasure of meeting Col. Charles V. Clark at The Gold Beach Bookstore on Oregon Highway101 which is just north of my former home in Brookings OR.

The bookstore was hosting a somewhat impromptu fundraiser for a Library in Coos Bay IIRC. The date was September 15, 2007, and Col. Clark was doing a book sale and signing of his book 'Keeper of The Key's' that tells the story of his early family life, and that part which he shared as an original member of The Army Air Wing prior to the inception of The Air Force existence.

I almost missed the opportunity to meet this great gentle man and his wife. Had I not picked up the Wednesday 9/12/07 Coo-Curry Pilot Newspaper from a coin-op stand and read of the pending 9/15/07 book signing I would not have known of him. As the newspaper sat on the dashboard of my P/U truck for a full two days as it was parked in my garage doing tree trimming chores; I felt compelled to pick it up in the early morning hours of Saturday the 15th of 2007. Turning through the pages as if searching for something, I found the news and subject matter of his book signing. There was no way I was going to miss it! For whatever reason, I was not to miss the opportunity to meet this great gentle man.

At the book signing about 25 people were seated upstairs. At the table Col. Clark signed my purchase copy of 'Keeper of The Key's' and we enjoyed a couple minutes of conversation that helped me understand some of the recent current events in that timeframe that were bothersome to my spirit.

Col. Charles V. Clark

We will miss you Sir.
June 8, 2014
A grandfather who was nonpareil, he taught our family grace and dignity. Never to be forgotten and always to be admired.
Love,
Kimberley
June 8, 2014
It was an honor to have know this man. My best to the family.
June 8, 2014
Dad, I will miss your sense of humor, your gentlemanly ways, but most of all your role of being such a wonderful Papa to our 3 children and our grandchildren. Love always, Susie
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