Clifford W. Clark
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Born: 
Aug. 25, 1913
Died: 
Feb. 21, 2013
Services: 
Visitation: Tues. 5-8 PM
Services: 
Funeral: Wed. 10:30 AM

 

Clifford W. Clark, 99, of Guy & Mary Felt Manor, Emporium formerly of 961 Rich Valley Rd., Emporium died at Guy & Mary Felt Manor, on  Thursday (February 21, 2013) afternoon.

He was born August 25, 1913 in Emporium a son of the late Walter and Hulda Walleen Clark.

On June 30, 1934 in Austin he married Bernice Owens Clark, who survives

Mr. Clark was lifelong resident of Cameron County. He and his wife Bernice had celebrated their 78th wedding anniversary this past June. He graduated from Emporium High School in the class of 1932. Cliff retired from Sylvania where he had worked for many years. Years ago he worked, in Emporium, at the former Whitman Ford dealership. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church where he served as a Decon and Ruling Elder. He was a past member of the American Society of Tool Manufacturing Engineers. Cliff was a life member of the Bucktail Rod and Gun Club and a outdoor enthusiast. He enjoyed woodworking, clock making, working and spending time at his camp.

Surviving

In addition to his wife Bernice Owens Clark

Son: Gary L. Clark and his wife Barbara, Emporium

1 Granddaughter Christine, Mrs. Brian Slusarick, Emporium

1 Grandson Clifford M. Clark and his wife Eugenia, Emporium

3 Great Grandchildren Molly & Chloe Slusarick & Clara Clark

Preceded in Death By

Parents: Walter and Hulda Walleen Clark

Sister: Cecil Lincoln

Brother: Walter Clark

Sister: Phyllis Sassenroth

Sister: Zita Schilling

Sister: Freddie Meisel

Funeral Service will be held at the First Presbyterian Church, 205 East Fourth Street, Emporium on Wednesday (February 27, 2013) at 10:30 AM with Rev. Philip W. Sanders, Pastor, officiating.

Visitation will be at the Barnett Funeral Home, 207 E. Fourth St., Emporium on Tuesday from 5-8 PM.

Burial will be in the Newton Cemetery, Emporium.

In lieu of flowers memorial Contributions may be made to the Cameron County Food Pantry, P.O. BOX 389, Emporium, PA 15834 or memorials to First Presbyterian Church, 205 E. 4th Street, Emporium, PA 15834

 

BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.

 


my thoughts and prayers are

my thoughts and prayers are with the cliff clark family.


I will always remember Mr.

I will always remember Mr. Clark as a good neighbor and a friend to my parents. You are in our thoughts and prayers.


The World lost a wonderful

The World lost a wonderful man from a great family. We're a little less today for his absence.


Aunt Beanie and

Aunt Beanie and Gary, Charlean and myself and all of the family are sorry to hear about Uncle Cliff. I'm glad we were able to see him when we were down there. He was a great man and we loved him. As a child of God, we will see him again someday.


To the family; So lucky to

To the family; So lucky to have had your father, grandfather, great-grandfather for so many years. Treasure those memories. Peace and Joy to your family. Mary & Salty


Our house is full of Clifford

Our house is full of Clifford Clark original clocks and his collection of Smuckers Jelly jars and our hearts full of blessed memories of his camp. what a gracious and generous man! How we will miss him. Thank you Lord for such a good man. Our prayers are with your whole family Bernice and Gary.


Cliff we are so sorry to hear

Cliff we are so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. Even though it was great to have him this long it is still hard to let go. We are sorry we could not make it to the viewing but our prayers are with you.


Gary, Barb, Chrissy & Clip -

Gary, Barb, Chrissy & Clip - So sorry to hear about your Dad & Grandfather. May he rest in peace.


What a kind and gentle man

What a kind and gentle man and to have him in your life for so many years. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you and to the love of his life for 78 years, Bernice. Cherish the many memories you have of him.


Rest in Peace Great Uncle

Rest in Peace Great Uncle Cliff. A wonderful, kind man with a great sense of humour. Sending love to all the family at this sad time. We miss you and hope to see you soon. Catherine London, England


Gary and Family: I am so

Gary and Family: I am so sorry for your loss. Your dad will be greatly missed. I will never forget his smile and gentle nature. You all will remain my prayers. Patty


To Barb and Gary, We are so

To Barb and Gary, We are so sorry for your loss. You know how much Cliff was loved and respected by all. I remember all the good times we had working at the church. He will be missed by a lot of old friends. Wish we could be there. Anson and Marie Burwell


Gary and Bennie so sorry to

Gary and Bennie so sorry to hear about your dad's passing I shall always remember him as our "down the road" neighbors and all those trips up and down that mountain for TV reception back in days of old. He is at rest. Judy Marshall Schmader.


Gary and Barb, You both have

Gary and Barb, You both have my deepest sympathy. I always enjoyed taking care of your dad and seeing you both from time to time at the hospital. Please extend my sympathies to your mother as well. Sincerely, Teresa


I am so sorry to hear this.

I am so sorry to hear this. Clifford was such a nice man and very giving. I worked for one of the doctors he went to years ago and he made both the doctor and myself a beautiful clock which I still have and admire. RIP Clifford.


Our thoughts and prayers are

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Cliff was such an amazing man and so much fun to be around. We certainly will miss him.


Chrissy and Cliff we send our

Chrissy and Cliff we send our thoughts to you and your families. We know how much you admired your grandfather.


Our condolences to Beannie

Our condolences to Beannie and the Clark family. Cliff was , to say the least a very interesting man. He was sort of the "GRANDFATHER" of the neighborhood we lived in. He had his "opinions" on most everything that went on there but he always was there to help a neighbor if they needed it. Cliff always did everything to the fullest, he never did anything half way. He was a really great man and he will be missed . Rest in Peace Cliff .


To a wonderful

To a wonderful man,co-worker,friend,fellow trapper.May your path be the streets of gold within the Heavenly Gates.May we meet again.God bless all of those he left behind.And may God be with you in the days ahead.