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George M. CLARK (VETERAN WWII)

Galatia Cemetery
Baxter County,
Arkansas

US Army
World War II
March 28, 1920 - December 17, 1980

The Baxter Bulletin
December 25, 1980
George M. Cark, 60, of Norfork died Dec 17, at Baxter General Hospital, following a one-car accident which occurred about 2PM that day on State Highway 5, about four miles south of Mt. Home, According to State Trooper Shay Bachtel. Bachtel said Clark sufferd an apparent heart attack. An attendant at the hospital said he died at 4:30PM.
Bachtel said Clark was southbound and his auto left the highway near its junction with State Highway 341. She said the Clark vehicle, a 1977 Oldsmobile, hit a portion of the porch of a private residence, then struck a Chevrolet pickup truck which, in turn, hit a station wagon. The other vehicles were parked in the driveway at the home, Bachtel said.
Clark was taken to the hospital by ambulance, Bachtel said, and the Salesville Rescue Unit also responded to the call for assistance.
Moderate damage resulted to the Clark auto and minor damage resulted to the porch and the other vehicles, Bachtel said.
A lifetime resident of Norfork Clark was a construction worker and a veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Galatia Assembly of God Church.
Born March 28, 1920, at Old Joe, he was the son of the late Effie Moore Clark and Lee Clark. He was also preceded in death by one son, one daughter, one granddaughter, one brother, a step brother, a step sister, two half brothers and his step father.
He and the former Teola Casey Parnell were married Nov 20, 1978 at Norfork. Mrs. Clark resides in Norfork.
Other survivors include one son, Charles R. Clark of Charleston, SC; two daughters, Phyllis Jane Neurauter of Gassville and Gracie Weaver of Mt. Home; one brother, J.B. Clark of Norfork; one sister, Catheran Taylor of Norfork; three half brothers, Frank Lucy of Newborn, Buck Lucy of Sand Springs, OK and Elzora Lucy of Franklin, TX; on half sister Anna Gay Beard of Norfork; on step brother Kenneth Lucy of Tuckerman; one step sister Lois Henderson of Norfork; five children (sic); eight grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held Saturday at the Galatia Assemly of God Church with Rev. Donnie Robinson and Rev. Harold Lake officiating.
Pallbearers were Ralph Parnell, Jim Parnell, Roe Whitfield, Sid Skidmore, Gene Adams and Velis Adams.
Interment took place at Galatia Cemetery.
Arrangements were handled by Roller Funeral Home.
(From the files of Max Parnell.)

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Submitted: 8/22/08 • Approved: 1/30/12 • Last Updated: 1/11/13 • R46608-G0-S3

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