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Frederic Arthur (Fred) Clark

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February 03, 2011
You sir... were a rockstar.
February 03, 2011
See you on the other side, save a stool for me sir!
February 03, 2011
Glad to know someone with my kinda humor is waiting on the other side. See you when I see you!
February 03, 2011
Fred, I wish I had known ya! Cool Obit!
February 03, 2011
Fred, you have inspired me to get rip roarin' drunk and go wild with my girlfriend this weekend - to hell with the Super Bowl, I've got a promise to keep to my new oldest friend.
February 03, 2011
Godspeed, Fred! May we drink together later since I missed the chance now!
February 03, 2011
Fred sounds like some salty old bastard that I would have been proud to have had as an alcoholic uncle... One final canon salute to the river is indeed a proper sendoff for such a man. RIP
February 03, 2011
A Man among Men.. God Speed
February 03, 2011
Mark Twain once said he had no use for heaven if he couldn't smoke cigars, drink burbon or chase women. Perchance the Twain of you shall meet somewhere across the divide.
February 03, 2011
A True American Hero

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One for your journey my friend Me and my Grandson - we both wish Fred well!
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