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Clyde L. Clark

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Clyde L. Clark Obituary
Clyde L. Clark Clyde L. Clark, 94, a lifetime resident of Kansas City, Kansas died Jan. 7, 2019. Clyde graduated from Wyandotte High School in 1942. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1943-1946. Clyde retired from Allied Van Lines and North American Van Lines after working for 40 years, first as a bookkeeper and later as a sales estimator. He was a member of Wyandotte Masonic Lodge #3. A faithful follower of Jesus, he was a member of West Lenexa Seventh Day Adventist Church. Clyde was a good son, a good husband, a good father, a good grandfather, a good uncle, a good friend, and a good fisherman. Yes, Clyde loved to fish! He loved the time he spent at Wyandotte County Lake. On his wall, he had a plaque of the Fisherman's Prayer which reads: 'God grant that I may live to fish until my dying day and when it comes to my last cast, I then most humbly pray, when in the Lord's safe landing net, I'm peacefully asleep, that in his mercy I be judged as good enough to keep'. Clyde was a keeper. Clyde was preceded in death by his parents: Leslie Clyde Clark and Irene (Cramer) Clark; brothers Lee and Jack Clark; wives Ruth (Lewallen) Clark and Frances (Pat) Clark; his daughter Linda (Clark) Hart; grandson Randy Hart; and daughter-in-law Mary (Sontheimer) Clark. He leaves to cherish his memory, his son Terry Clark and wife Diane; grandchildren: Kelly Clark, Kevin Clark, Brenda (Hart) Lannatti; great-granddaughters Brooke and Hannah Lannatti; sister-in-law Patti Clark, and his special friend Esther Stack. Graveside services will be held at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, 701 N. 94th St, Kansas City, KS on Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. The family requests in lieu of flowers that donations be made in Clyde's memory to West Lenexa SDA Church or to Wyandotte Masonic Lodge #3.

Published in Kansas City Star on Jan. 13, 2019
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