Eddie Eugene Clark

November 27, 1947February 3, 2019

Eddie Eugene Clark

Eddie was born in El Paso Texas on November 27th 1947 to Charles and Ida Mae Clark. He is preceded in death by his mother, father and the love of his life Linda G. Clark. Eddie lived in Arizona and graduated from Winslow High School. He moved to Barstow California where he worked for Santa Fe Railway for many years and resided there until his passing. Eddie was very proud of his 5 children Daniella Day (Mike Day), Christen Iguado, Shawna Clark, Charles Burton (Burt) Clark (Tisha Marti) and Adam Clark (Cindi Clark). He was the proud grandfather to 17 grandchilden Briana Bixler (Chance Bixler), Alysia Iguado (Mike Willis), Erin Gallegos (Nate Saenz), Steven Iguado, Mariah Gallegos (Michael Giesker), Celia Iguado, Anthony Kidd, Gabriel Iguado, Atlas Kidd, Sophia Marti, Mia Iguado, Alexis Hazelbaker, Emily Statler, Felicity Clark, Zachary Clark, Adam Clark and Sebastian Clark and the Great Grandfather to 7 girls and 1 boy with another on the way. He always said, “I can’t believe that I am responsible for making all of these great people”. Eddie always had a smile and a “how ya doin” for anyone he was in talking distance with. He had an infectious laugh and true love for baseball, namely his California Angels. He would help anyone he could and was a lot of fun to be around. He will truly be missed.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Clark family.


  • Charles B. Clark, Son
  • Adam Clark, Son
  • Shanna Clark, Daughter
  • Charles S. Clark, Father
  • Ida Mae Clark, Mother


  • Memorial Service Friday, February 15, 2019

Eddie Eugene Clark

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Marsha Deckard Guthery

February 15, 2019

Eddie Clark was truly a blessing to have in our lives. The most genuine, kind hearted, loving and supportive always there no matter what man. Our heart goes out to his family whom are just as amazing as him. Today we celebrate Eddie Clark and his life in which he brought so much to.
We love you Eddie, you will never be forgotten.

Keith & Marsha Guthery.


February 7, 2019

I met Eddie in 2010 and he was nothing but friendship and love. He made me feel like I belonged and that it was ok to be a part of something bigger than myself. He was always willing to help another human being however he could. He had an awesome way of never taking life's ups and downs or himself too seriously. I love you Eddie. You'll always be "too cool for school." Fly high brutha.