OBITUARY

Glen L Clark

August 2, 1929June 4, 2012

GLEN L. CLARK Glen L. Clark, 82, of Odessa passed away Monday, June 4, 2012 at Medical Center Hospital. He was born August 2, 1929 in Bristow, Oklahoma to Roy & Vida May (Lacey) Clark. He married Katy Jane Armstrong on July 28 1948. He was owner of Western Repair Service & Gabe’s Casing & Laydown Service. He is preceded in death by his parents and his wife Katy Clark. He is survived by his son, Glen L. Clark, Jr of Odessa, daughter, Linda Wallett of Odessa, sisters, Hazel Sims & husband Don of Graham, TX, Alice Jane Gray & husband Doug of El Paso, (6) grandchildren, Shelly & Larry Phillips, Jeannie & Lewis Holley, Rachel Foote, Cheryl & Victor Lawson, Samantha & Scott Watkins & L. B. Wallett, (13) great-grandchildren, & (3) great-great-grandchildren. There will be a visitation from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home. Graveside services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, June 7, 2012 at Sunset Memorial Gardens with Rev. Larry Burch officiating. Services entrusted to Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, June 6, 2012
  • Graveside Service Thursday, June 7, 2012
REMEMBERING

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Larry Phillips

June 8, 2012

Today we say goodbye to a great person, entrepreneur, grandfather, father, mentor and friend. I'll miss you, you meant a lot to Shelly, the kids and me. You were like a grandpa to me.

Lillian Shoffner

June 7, 2012

Jeannie,Amber, Shelly, and Mom, my thoughts and prayers are with you all. I know you are laying your grandad to rest today. May God wrap your Grandad's angel wings around each of you and let you know it's all going to be alright. He is at peace now and no longer suffering.

Oma Fincher

June 7, 2012

Glen was always one of my favorite people from Empire. Even though he had more talent than most, he was known for his ability to always let you know that he was your friend, regardless of who you were or what you had. May God bless the family.

Oma Jean Stewart Fincher
Empire class of 1950

James Owens

June 7, 2012

Gabe to a good friend you will be missed. James Owens

June 6, 2012

It still seems like a dream. I had such faith that my dear brother was going to be healed. All week, I have been walking down memory lane, remembering things we did together, with our other siblings (8). He may have had a rough exterior, but a heart of pure gold. I feel your loss like I did daddy's, but Alice & I will be following you before too many years. You will always live in my heart, honey. "Baby Girl"
Hazel Sims

June 6, 2012

My sweet brother, my hero.. Why did you have to go? We all miss you so much, but I know our loved ones in Heaven welcomed you with open arms. Only 2 sisters left and we will see you soon!!
Love you so much,
Alice Jane

GEORGE MALAISE

June 6, 2012

YOU WERE A GOOD MAN. YOU WERE KNOWN TO DO ANYTHING FOR ANY ONE, YOUR LEGACY HERE IN WEST TEXAS AND THOUGHOUT THE OIL FIELD IS WELL KNOWN. YOUR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THIS INDUSTRY WILL NEVER BE EQUALED. REST IN PEACE, MY FRIEND, YOU WILL BE MISSED

Barney Smith

June 6, 2012

Gabe I want to thank you for your kindness and help every time I came to you for advise . You treat everyone with respect and kindness . I miss you, sorry I didn't get the chance to say good bye . I hope to see you again in heaven .

Roy and Leila Moore

June 6, 2012

To Glen, a dear, dear relative who we loved dearly. I'll never forget hearing you call me, "LuluBelle", and I never minded hearing that. We will miss your sweet voice when we talked on phone to you, and just wished we had lived closer to you over these yrs. Rest in Peace our Dear Loved One!!! Roy and Leila Moore, Farmington,Ar.

Charlie & Cricket

June 6, 2012

Glen, Charlie & I will miss you. We really enjoyed the time we spent with you.