In Memory of

Pat Clark

Full Name: Pat Clark
Date of Birth: August 29, 1932
Date of Death: July 17, 2019
Visitation:
No Visitation
Service Information:
July 23, 2019 - 11:00 AM - Graveside at Oak Hill Cemetery

Canton- Pat Clark, 86, of Canton, passed away at 3:53 PM Wednesday July 17, 2019 at his home.

He was born August 29, 1932 at Lewistown, the son of Frances and Gladys (LeMasters) Clark. He married Doris Wilcoxen on May 19, 1951 at Lewistown. She died April 20, 2010. He later married Joyce Farrell on April 28, 2012 at Canton. She survives with a son in law, Lester Miller of Sepo, six step daughters, Tina (Jeff) Chapai of Canton, Robin (Rick) St. James of Alabama, Dawn (Mark) Wagenschutz of Superior, WI; Crystal (Clyde) Jacobson of Texas, Teresa (Larry) Crosiar of Pontiac, IL; and Angel (David) Heady of Lake City, IL; several step grandchildren and step great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, one daughter, Sandra K. Miller on January 15, 2011, one half brother, and one infant sister.

Pat worked as a welder at International Harvester and retired from the IH Plant in Indianapolis, IN. He attended the First Presbyterian Church in Canton, and was a member of the UAW, NRA, and Ducks Unlimited.

A graveside service will be held at 11:00 am Tuesday at Oak Hill Cemetery in Lewistown. There will be no visitation. Memorial contributions may be made to Methodist Hospice. Condolences may be made at henrylange.com

From: Larry and Carolyn Hobbs Jul 18 2019 2:20PM
We are so sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. We know he is with the Lord and no longer in pain. We are so glad to have know Pat and his family. He was a wonderful Christian man.   Our sympathy to his wife and family. Our prayers are with you. Pat will be missed. Larry and Carolyn
 
From: Rich & Lynne ShoemakerJul 18 2019 2:58PM
We only got to know Pat for a short time but loved him dearly.  He always had a story to tell us and made us smile.  He will be missed.
 
From: Paula L ArrenholzJul 18 2019 3:19PM
Pat was a very special friend to me.  He was always very caring and concerned and fun to banter with.  I will miss him.  He is now pain free and at peace with our Lord.  So bittersweet...  You all have my love and prayes.
 
From: STACEY ANDERSENJul 19 2019 12:34PM
I only knew Pat from waiting on him and Joyce at the American Grille, but they are both amazing and kind people! I loved listening to Pat's stories and no matter what they were going thru, they were always happy and smiling. You will be missed Pat!
 
From: Jen WorkmanJul 19 2019 3:48PM
Words can not express how sad I am to hear of Pat's passing. He was a wonderful man, always had something to say to make me laugh. He will be truly missed.
 
From: Stylist Stacey HaleJul 19 2019 4:28PM
I'm so sorry for your loss.  Pat always made me smile.. full of spunk and a truly kind soul.  Prayers for the family.  
 
From: Stylist Stacey HaleJul 19 2019 4:29PM
I'm so sorry for your loss.  Pat always made me smile.. full of spunk and a truly kind soul.  Prayers for the family.  
 
From: Lorenda SpilkerJul 20 2019 9:34AM
Our deepest sympathy to Pat's family. Pat was always friendly and a great person to visit with whenever and wherever we saw him. He shall be missed. Lorenda and Alvin Spilker.
 
From: Janet FultonJul 28 2019 7:42PM
Pat was such a ray of sunshine! I hope he got to have an ice cream cone first..bet he’s eating one in Heaven.. I’ll miss him at walmart,im so sorry for your loss...
 


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