OBITUARY

Arlo Robert Clark

September 16, 1940April 30, 2021

Arlo Robert Clark went to be with our Lord and Savior on April 30th, 2021 after a long courageous battle with Alzheimer and will be missed tremendously by his family and friends. Arlo was born September 16, 1940 in Wheeler, Wisconsin to Chester and Ivy Clark.

He attended Sedro-Woolley schools and graduated in 1956. After graduation he joined the USA Armed Forces of the United States. There, he was designated as a master tank gunner, being honorably discharged in 1966. From 1966 to 1972 he worked at Intalco Aluminum as a supervisor of the pot line. Arlo came to Canada to work with his brother Cecil at Clark’s plumbing. Following, he worked until he retired as a 4th class power engineer at Colliers International.\

Arlo will be known for his strong faith and remembered as a conscientious, hard worker. He pursued excellence in all aspects of his life. He was always offering a lending hand and mentoring others. Arlo cherished laughter and fun times with family and friends. He enjoyed fishing, skiing, travelling, gardening and his family reunions on the Sedro Woolley homestead. Arlo was one of 8 children.

He was pre-deceased by his parents Chester and Ivy Clark, brothers Cecil, Hank, Dale, and sisters Betty and Dorothy. Survived by two brothers Gene and Chester.

Survived by son Robert (Julie), Tammy Dillard (Steve), his stepchildren; Julie, John Wicks (Susan) and former wives; Diana and Anita. Arlo also leaves behind loving partner Marion. Arlo leaves a legacy of 10 grand children and 15 great grand children.

All who knew Arlo were blessed in a special way and the memories of him will always be cherished.

Special thanks to the compassionate, wonderful care in Poppy Place at Czorny Alzheimer center. In Lieu of flowers please consider donations to Alzheimer research society.

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