OBITUARY

Jack Lee Clark

July 5, 1951July 18, 2013

Jack Lee Clark

62, passed away July 18, 2013. He was born in Beech Grove, IN to the late Daniel and Marion Clark. Jack was employed by Wave Tek and Nuclear Measurements. He also was a veteran of the US Air Force serving in the Vietnam Campaign. Jack is survived by his sisters Juanita Clark Suro and Nancy Clark (Verlos) Jones; brother Dennis (Marilyn) Clark; ex-wife and longtime friend Julie Bell Clark; his faithful animals Apollo, Reggie, Sammie and Max; nieces & nephews Kimberly, Robert, and David Pilkingon, Carolyn Clark Bennett, and Brian, Steve, and Keven Jones. Memorial Services will held Aug. 6, 2013 at 2:00 PM at Marion National Cemetery, 1700 E 38th St. Marion, IN.46953 www.littleandsonsbeechgrove.com

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Jack Lee Clark

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Larry Taylor

August 5, 2013

Jack was a childhood friend of mine. We grew up playing in the alley in between 8th and 9th street and in the woods along Lick Creek in Beech Grove. He went to Viet Nam and I went to college. Four years later we both came home, jumped in the same car and "cruised the south side from the White Caste to the TeePee. Great Memories. You will be missed Jack. May God grant his comfort to the Clark Family at this time.

Amanda

July 24, 2013

YOu will be missed. Thanks for always being kind to me and my family.

Nora Dickison

July 24, 2013

Dear Jack, You are one of my Brother Richard's best friends. I remember when you brought you foosball table to our house and keep it there. You and Richard and your other friend's would gather there and play foosball, listen to music, talk and have a good time. I have alway's loved you from day one. You were a wonderful man with the nicest smile that melted all the girl's heart's mine included. I love you! I will alway's think of you with loving happy thought's. Your friend forever!!!!!! Nora Kelsey Dickison & Family.

Steve Jones

July 23, 2013

Be ready for a sweet jam next time we see each other. I'll keep practicing, you use my candle to keep warmed up...

Suz Clark-Bennett

July 23, 2013

Tears Are Proof of Life
I ‘m still not understanding the emotions that I' ‘m feeling.
Though tears are proof of life, they're also part of healing.

The pain I feel will stay within and just below the surface.
A wave of tears washes over me and once again I ‘m powerless.

Today we gather surrounded by friends and yet I feel alone.
I know he's in a better place since God has called him home.

Jack's personality overflowed and bubbled from his soul.
Every day he infused his light to people young and old.

Jack's life should be remembered as one filled with love and passion.
Today's not one of complete sadness . . . but also celebration.

Please share Jack's memory of the good times, and laugh about the “bad”.
I am thankful for each and every moment that we had.

A genuine spirit like this one will never go away.
Remember Jack with a smile when you shed life's tears today.

Suz Clark-Bennett

July 23, 2013

One of my fondest memory of my Uncle Jack was when he came home in his dress blues from the Air Force. He played and sang "Stairway to Heaven" to me. It was the 70s so when I heard the song on the radio I got excited and told my mom "Uncle Jack's song is on the radio!" To this day I share this story with my high school students. I am grateful that I was able to spend time with my Uncle Jack last summer. I shared this story with him and it made him smile and chuckle. Led Zeppelin will always bring my Uncle Jack's smile to my mind.

Laura

July 23, 2013

U will be missed!!!

Neal Smith

July 23, 2013

Jack was always a good friend. He will always be a good friend. I'll look you up when I get to the other side.

Dee McCormick

July 22, 2013

Dear Jack, You were a dear friend and will be missed. We will meet up again....

Anjala Batchfield

July 22, 2013

Uncle Jack, you are going to be missed so much. I know that Uncle Jack brought so much joy and happiness to my Aunt Julie. Please know that my heart and thoughts will be with your family in this time of sadness.