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Gregory Jerome Clark, II

February 24, 1976March 24, 2020

Gregory Jerome Clark II, 44, passed away Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 in his home in McDonough, GA due to his long battle with heart failure. Greg was born February 24th, 1976 in Barberton, OH to Lynn Oberlin and Gregory Clark. He married his high school sweetheart Tammy Clark(Miller) on June 16th, 2001, they spent a beautiful 27 years together making wild and wonderful memories. Together the two of them raised 5 beautiful children. He is survived in death by his wife Tammy, children Chelsea (Austin) Elliott, Stephanie(Dillan) Silva, Nicholas Miller, Kyle Clark, and Chloe Clark; as well as two grandchildren Jaxson Elliott and Harper Elliott; brothers Jeromy Clark, Daniel Westfall, and Jonathon Cody Clark; as well as his father-in-law Steven Miller and mother-in-law Kay Miller. Gregory was loved by many family and friends, he always left an imprint on peoples' lives. He was a man with many talents and much knowledge, always having an answer. A man that loved to fish for hours, tear apart appliances to put them back together again, collect glass, make jokes, talk extra loud, listen to his stereo. Greg had a passion for many things in life from lasers to shine into the night sky to building motorbikes and lamps. He was a very confident man, always wore his head high and shoulders back. A man that would fight for loved ones always.

Gregory was preceded in death by his mother Lynn Loraine Oberlin Westfall, his father Gregory Jerome Clark, his loving Granny Loraine Fisher, and his stepfather Mikle Westfall.

Services are pending at this time, they will be announced at a later date. Donations in lieu of flowers send to Pastor Zack Nipper with Grace Baptist Church at 4020 Highway 81 E., McDonough, GA, 30252.


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Gregory Jerome Clark, II

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Louie Bell

March 27, 2020

I remember driving down the wrong way in the middle of the night on the y bridge in Akron Greg driving. Going head-on into traffic sneaking out of the house while we were kids taking his mom's car. Going up to lake Dorothy on a daily to swing off the rope swing and jump off the platform Greg always had to go first cuz he was never scared. He always worked on his bicycles and always had a good bike I had to borrow my cousins little girl bike sorry and he said it was a mousey bike and started calling me Mousie. You are loved and going to be missed my good friend. Love to your family. Louie

Jeremy Vaughn

March 27, 2020

I remember when Greg helped me buy a car when I needed it, at the auction. It was a 95 Grand am. Blew a gasket on the way home. However he rebuilt the engine and cleaned the transmission, for like 200 bucks. I bought all the parts. I drove that car for 150,000 more miles. He moved and I have not really kept touch. I knew he was sick. Sorry to see him go. Rest in Peace.

Ronda McCoy

March 27, 2020

Tammy and family,
I am so very sorry to hear about your loss of Greg. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers today and always. 🙏Ronda, Greg and Madison ❤

Tammy Clark

March 27, 2020

I will miss that dimpled smile. I love and miss you so much Greg Clark!