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Harold Maynard Clark (BILL)

January 9, 1934 - April 23, 2022

U.S. Veteran

Posted by:
Karen Browning Ansteth

Posted on:
May 7, 2022

Memories of meeting Bill when he and Dolores were dating, their wedding, their 25th Anniversay and many other delightfully shared times through the years are so dear to me. Just a thought of him and Dolores brings an instant smile and special thoughts to mind. I cherish them and hold them close. His brother Gary also come easily in memories. To his sister Janet and Bill's loving nieces and nephew I send Love and prayers of comfort. Prayers also for Dolores in her time of separation from family and friends.

Posted by:
Jeremy Reuter

Posted on:
April 30, 2022

Uncle Bill, you were one of the greatest people I ever knew. Your love for family taught me how be the man I have become. I will make sure my sons know this and your kindness and love will be passed through them and everyone you were around.

Posted by:
Joel Stutheit

Posted on:
April 27, 2022

Uncle Bill really isn't my uncle however that is what my family has always known him to be. It was always fun talking with him at family functions either at Michael and Dianna's or at Gary and Tami's house or stopping by his place for a visit. He definitely put an impact on you when you spent time with him. He was always happy and never heard a complaint from him. I sure will miss his smiling face and the conversations had. I thank Gary and Tami and Michael and Dianna for introducing them to us years ago.

Posted by:
Johnny Clark

Posted on:
April 26, 2022

My uncle bill was the greatest man I've yet to meet. He was faithful, honest and loyal, my grandson micah who is 15 meet him for the first time earlier this year, he turned to me and said who is this guy he's the greatest guy ever i just love him. That's how I always felt around uncle bill my whole life. And everyone that new him told me the same thing. If I could sum him up i one word i believe it would be, joyful he was always a joy to be around and have around. I will miss him very very much. Good bye for now, until we meet again uncle bill.

Posted by:
Jana

Posted on:
April 26, 2022

Uncle Bill. Thank you for being a light in our lives. I will miss... the laugh that came with your smile, the years upon years of Christmas, Thanksgiving and July 4th celebrations, weekend sleepovers only to be woke up at 6am on Saturday to be handed a list of chores, stopping by your place for visits to catch up and still being called 'a kid' even past my 50's. The land all around you had changed over the years but your place remained the same, like a time capsule, a reassuring constant to return to and re-center. Nothing will be the same with you gone. Rest well Uncle Bill.

Posted by:
Cindy Clark

Posted on:
April 26, 2022

?? Uncle Bill you were one of a kind. I love when you shared a few memories about you and Dads childhood- things I never knew all my life until a few years ago. It was like gold unto the heart of my memory, worth a fortune to my heart. I look at the Visitation Steeple now from my own window and think of you and Dad attending there as you shared. So many early memories of seeing you with Gramma Helen around the corner from her house at Vaughns Lumber when you worked there. Trips to see you and Aunt Delores on your Mountain Hwy homestead that you and she built with hard work. LOVE you Uncle Bill ?? from your niece Cindy Clark, first of your beloved brother Garys kids and the one who shared that gap of the front teeth. Rest easy and please tell Dad we LOVE and miss him so much and he would be so proud of the family he made. God bless and God speed Uncle Bill ??

Posted by:
Jennifer Clark

Posted on:
April 25, 2022

What a shining example of a man who was committed to his wife and was a stable force in many of his nieces and nephews lives. Thank you for all of the great memories , Uncle Bill. For your calm demeanor and your sense of humor and for your stability, I thank you. It doesn’t seem possible that your time has come. You will be missed.

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