Lonnie Clark

Morganton, North Carolina

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so sorry for your loss

I learned of Lonnies passing today when I spoke to my Dad, Joe Woody. I am sorry we can not be there for you in your time of loss. We live in an old remote log cabin in Alaska and will be home to see you some time this summer. God Bless you all. Lawson and Audrey Woody

Lonnie was an "old soul" with a heart of gold. During a conversation with him, there was always some wisdom from Lonnie about life in general. He was a true friend of the Whisnant family and our hearts are shattered. We all know that Lonnie is in a far better place than those of us that have been left behind. Go rest high on that mountain, our dear Lonnie, for your work here is done.

June,sorry to hear about Lonnie.He was always in a cheerful mood when you all were down at the pig pickings at Davis.We sure had good times back then.

Janell, Jean and family, we were sorry to hear about Lonnie's passing, he still looked a lot like when you all lived here on Shuping St.!
Thinking of you all during your loss!!
Love and prayers, Alton, Mary & Rita Jo

Lonnie was a wonderful friend and he was always there for me when I needed him. As my children have always said, Lonnie and June were put on this earth to make the world a better place

Janell and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Lonnie was a wonderful friend gto me and he was so full of fun and adventure. May God bless you all and give you peace and comfort! He will be missed!

I will miss seeing Lonnie at bluegrass events around Morganton. We played as children on Randolph St, and later worked together for Harold Winters at the Morganton Food Store, where his humor kept all of us in good spirits. Goodbye my friend.


Lonnie's Obituaries

Lonnie Clark passed away in Morganton, North Carolina. The obituary was featured in Hickory Daily Record on January 16, 2013, and The News Herald on January 16, 2013.