Charles Wendell Clack

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Services for Charles Wendell Clack, 85 of Arlington, 10 am. Sat. at the Eubank Chapel with Curtis Clack officiating, under direction of Eubank Funeral Home-Canton. Burial in Haven of Memories-Canton. Passed away on May 26 in Arlington. Born Sept. 29, 1926 in Gorman, TX. to Joseph L. and Ethel Bell Prestidge Clack. He served in the Merchant Marines, Naval Reserves during WWII and Korean Conflict, awarded the National Defense Service, Korean Service and UN Service Medals. Employed by GTE working in Kilgore, Brownwood and Irving, TX and Continental Telephone Company, as plant manager for a 4 state area, Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona and Louisiana. Moved to Conroe in 1972 and employed by Consolidated Communications as the plant and engineering manager and retired at age 65. He was a pioneer of telephony and a radio operator. Survivied by wife, Peggy Clack of Arlington, children, Jerry & Debbie Clack of Duncanville, Toni & Joe Shaw of Grand Prairie, Curtis & Gretchen Clack of Carrollton, Mandy & Paul Scarborough of Conroe, 6 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters, Jolene Lewis & Jeannie Clack.

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