Arlene Iva Clark

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Arlene Iva Clark, age 89, of Montrose died peacefully surrounded by her loving family, Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2012 at Medilodge of Montrose.
A memorial service celebrating her life was held Sept. 30 in Mt. Morris with Pastor Brad Long officiating. As per her wishes she was cremated.
Memorial contributions may be made to Medilodge of Montrose.
Arlene was born May 11, 1923 in Lansing, the daughter of Oral and Julia (nee Wulke) Case. She graduated from Central High School in Flint in 1941. She married Bernal Clark in 1945. They lived in Clio until 1976 when they moved to a cabin they built on the AuSable River near Oscoda.
Arlene had a gift of making those around her feel good. People from all walks of life gravitated to her and enjoyed her company, everyone simply adored her. Their home on the AuSable was a continuous flow of friends and family. One of her greatest joys was playing cards and games with her friends, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and even great-great grandchildren. She was on a bowling league for 50 years, bowling a 200 game at 80. She also golfed well into her 80s and enjoyed fishing and hunting.
Arlene is survived by her husband of 67 years; children, Ron (Linda) Clark, Bernie Clark Jr., and Bonnie (Earl) MacKenzie; grandchildren Shawn (Autumn) Clark and their daughters Sarah and Haley, Bernie Clark III and his children, Devon and Zoe, Kerry Christopher and her son Michael, Myles (Saskia) Standish and their sons Simon and Owen, Nathan Standish and great granddaughter Jessica Dues and her children Lexie and Zeke; and sister, Evelyn Kendall.
Arlene was preceded in death by her parents; her twin sister Maxine Heimburg-Fickes; sisters Donna Tebo, Dorothy Tebo and Daphine Seymour; brother Donald Case; and grandson Michael Clark.
Published in Iosco County News-Herald and Oscoda Press from Oct. 1 to Oct. 9, 2012
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