August 28, 2012

Glen Darrell Clark (Skinner)

Glen Darrell

Clark (Skinner)

Funeral Services for Glen Darrell Clark (Skinner), 71, of Chickasha will be held Friday at 10:30 a.m. at Full Gospel Church, 1122 North 10th St., Chickasha, OK; Sister Alice officiating the funeral service, along with Minister Ed Whitley assisting.

Glen Darrell Clark was born to Charles and Mary Clark in Cement, on Aug. 15, 1941.  Glen was reared in the Cyril/Cement area.  He enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1960, and received an honorable discharge.  He furthered his Military career in the National Guard, where he served as a Medic, and an Expert Riflemen.  Later in life, Glen received his Commercial Drivers License, and worked as a Diesel Truck Driver for Red Neck Trucking for nearly 30 yrs.  

Glen had a passion for supporting “school activities”.  He would support anything that was constructive and positive regarding children.

Glen Darrell Clark united in holy matrimony to Emma Earlene Ferrell on July 10th, 1971.  Unto this union there were six children: Lisa, Carolyn, Michael, Patty, Donna, and Robert.

Glen was preceded in death by both parents, Charles and Mary Clark; one Son, James Darrell Clark; one brother, Terry Clark; two sisters Carolyn Clark, Colene Clark; one niece, Rhonda Clark-Elliot.

Those left to cherish Glen’s memories: his wife of 41 yrs, Emma Clark.  Four Daughters: Carolyn (Brian) Ricks of Beesville, TX; Lisa (John) Billings of Chickasha, OK; Donna Schultz (Rocky) of Amber; Patty Clouse (Reford) of Chickasha, OK.  Two Sons:  Robert Ferrell of Okmulgee, OK; Michael Clark of Chickasha, OK.

Two Brothers: Charles (Wanda) Clark of Cement, OK; Elwood (Donna) Clark of Blanchard, OK;  Brother-in-law, Bill Holmes of Cement.

Grandchildren: Chole, Payton, and Michael Clark of Chickasha, OK; Lacresha and Matt Roland of Snyder, TX; Laycee and Kyle Ricks of Beesville, TX; Casey and Brad Scott of Moore, OK;  Sheldon and Aliesha Harmon of Chickasha, OK; Chelsee and Jimmy Phillips of Chickasha, OKBilly, Felesha, Robin, and Janet Schultz of TX; numerous great-grandchildren, other relatives, and friends.

Internment will be held at Fairlawn Cemetery.

Services are under the direction of Brown/Christian Funeral Home.


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