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CLARK, Anna M.

Obituary

Muskegon Chronicle, 13 Mar 1971

Mrs. Anna M. CLARK, 96, a former resident, died today in Leesburg, FL. She had been a resident of Brooksville, FL for the past four years. She was a member of the Lutheran Church. Arrangements by Brewer Memorial Funeral Home in Brooksville.

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CLARK, BARBARA JEAN MRS. (GAREY)

Obituary

White Lake Beacon, Whitehall, Michigan, 27 November 2005, Page 4-B

Mrs. Barbara Jean Clark, Whitehall.  Mrs. Barbara Clark, age 62, died November 17, 2005 in Whitehall.  Born September 28, 1943, in Muskegon, Michigan, to David and Regina (Kowalski) Garey.  On July 21, 1962 she married Jerry W. Clark.  She lived in the Whitehall area for the past 50 years.  She was employed by Heartland Health Care Center as a Certified Nurses Aide for 35 years, retiring in July of 2005.  She was an active member of the White Lake Baptist Church.  She sang in the White Lake ShowBoat Choir for many years.  She enjoyed yard sales, shopping, and opened her home to everyone.  She was described by her family as a “very funny person” with a “great sense of humor.”  She was one of 9 children, and was preceded in death by 2 brothers, Jerry and Fred Garey, and a sister, Betty Vitucki.  FAMILY:  Husband Jerry; 2 daughters, Julie Kassner and Jan Clark, both of Whitehall; Grandchildren, Samantha Vanderwest of Muskegon, Scott Kassner of Whitehall, Allison Rinckey of Whitehall and Jonathan Rinckey of Muskegon; Great-grandaughter, Hailey Ann Kassner.  Her step-mother, Marion Gray, many nieces, nephews and many friends.  SERVICE:  Was held Monday, November 21, 2005, at 1:00 PM, at the White Lake Baptist Church, 5280 Dowling Street, Montague, with Rev. Michael Banks officiating.  MEMORIALS:  The White Lake Baptist Church Memorial Fund, or Hackley Visiting Nurse Services, 250 Morris Ave., Suite 150, Muskegon, MI 49440-1129. CLOCK - White Lake

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CLARK, Billie (Mrs.)

Article

East Muskegon

 

CLARK, Delbert H.

Obituary

Grand Rapids Press, 21 Jul 1986

Delbert H. CLARK of Grand Rapids and formerly of Muskegon passed away Sunday morning.  Mr. CLARK was a retired tool and die maker, a retired member of the American Society of Tool  Engineers. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Marie (BROWN) CLARK; two daughters, Mrs. Rex  (Maribel) COTTRELL of Carson City, NV, Mrs. Michael (Kay) ALLEN of Central Lake, MI; two  step-daughters, Mrs. Mariane GRODIN of Grand Rapids, Mrs. Gerald (Lillian) VANDREUMEL of  Lansing; one sister, Mrs. Mabel ROBINSON of Grand Rapids; several grandchildren, great- grandchildren, nieces and nephews.   A memorial service will be held Tuesday in the Alt  Mortuary chapel. There will be no mortuary visitation. Contributions to the American Cancer  Society will be appreciated by the family. 

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CLARK, EDITH A. MRS. (HOLMES)

OBITUARY

Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 21 March 1994, Page 5D

CLARK, MRS. EDITH A., Whitehall.  Mrs. Clark, age 86, died March 20, 1994.  Born July 17, 1907, in Sparta Township, she had lived in the White Lake area the past 40 years.  On November 16, 1926, in Grand Rapids, the former Edith Holmes married Joseph A. Clark, who preceded her in death in 1968.  She co-owned & operated Clark Dental Lab, Inc. with her husband.  Mrs. Clark was a member of White Lake Baptist Church, where she taught Sunday School for many years and was a member of the Ladies Fellowship.  She was also a member of White Lake Senior Center.  3 grandchildren, 2 sisters, Helen & Evelyn, and 1 brother, Harold, preceded her in death.  FAMILY:  4 sons, Joseph E. (Betty) Clark & James A. (Barb) Clark, both of Muskegon and John R. (Pat) Clark & Jerry W. (Barb) Clark both of Whitehall; 12 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren.  SERVICE:  Wednesday, March 23, 1994, at 1 PM, from White Lake Baptist Church with the Rev. Mark R. Tromp officiating.  Interment will be made in Mona View Cemetery - Muskegon Heights.  VISITING HOURS:  Tuesday, 2-4 & 6:30-8:30 PM, in Whitehall.  MEMORIAL: Memorial Fund of the Church.  —Clock - White Lake

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CLARK, Effie Bell (Mrs.) Buzzell

Obituary

18 May 1911 - Muskegon Chronicle   Mrs. Fred CLARK, 20 E. Hamburg Street, died at 2:00  this morning at Mercy Hospital, aged 26 years. She had been sick since Saturday, death being  due to peritonitis .  Mrs. Clark, whose maiden name was Miss Effie Bell BUZZELL, was born at  Twin Lake. Beside her husband she leaves four  children: Fred L., age 19; Mabel, age 17;  Delbert, age 7; and Howard, aged 4 days. She also leaves her father, Charles L. BUZZELL of  Twin Lake, and a brother George C. BUZZELL of Twin Lake, and two sisters, Mrs. Cora L.  HOBART of Muskegon and Miss Ella J. BUZZELL of Chicago. Mrs. Clark had resided in  Muskegon for the past nine years. She was a member of Maple Leaf Council No. 4, North  American Union.   The funeral will be held Saturday at 2:00. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery.

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CLARK, Emmaline (Mrs.)

Obituary

Muskegon Daily Chronicle,  2 Nov 1902

AFTER LONG ILLNESS  Mrs. Emmaline CLARK Died Yesterday Morning at her House  After an  illness of about two years, Mrs. Emmaline CLARK, wife of Frank CLARK, 32 E. Ionia street,  died yesterday of cancer. She was born in Fremont 33 years ago and is one of triplets, two of  whom survive her. Mrs. CLARK was married at Twin Lake 26 Nov 1889.   Among those who  survive her are her husband and two children--Leon aged 12 years, and Lila aged 9 years--her  parents, Mrs. and Mrs. A.J. McQUEEN of Reeman; her triplet brother, Edwin McQUEEN, 17  Orchard street, of this city; her triplet sister, Mrs. Emily SCOTT of Kingsley;  a sister Mrs.  Willis WEBER of Reeman; a sister Mrs. Mary WILLIAMSON of Baldwin; a brother A.G.  McQUEEN of Mancelona; a brother D.S. McQUEEN of Cadillac; and a brother Charles  McQUEEN of Reeman.   Her sister, Mrs. WEBER, has been here for 18 weeks caring for her.  The remains were taken to Reeman for burial, the services to be held next Tuesday.  

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CLARK, F.F.

Article

E Pluribus Unum:  The Unification of Muskegon

 

CLARK, Fred A.

Obituary

Muskegon Chronicle, 15 Mar 1961

F. CLARK Dies at 86 – Fred A. CLARK, 86, of 1350 Wood Haven, N. Muskegon, a tool and die maker at local factories before his retirement several years ago, died Tuesday after a brief illness.  Mr. CLARK was employed by Continental Motors Co and previously worked at Vento  Steel Sash Co, Brenneman-Hartshorn Co, Anaconda Wire and Cable Co, American Enamel and  Wire Co, and Brunswick Corp.   A life resident of the area, he was born here 9 Jun 1874,  attending Twin Lake Schools. He was first married to Miss Effie BUZZELL. She died 18 May  1911. He was married 5 Aug 1927 to Miss Anna M. URIE in Ohio.   He leaves his wife; two  sons, Fred L. and Delbert, both of Grand Rapids; a daughter Mrs. J. Stanley ROBINSON, of  Grand Rapids; a step-daughter Mrs. Lee CAPLETTE of N. Muskegon; and 15 grandchildren and  13 great-grandchildren. 

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CLARK, Frederick J.

Obituary

14 Apr 1915 - Muskegon Chronicle   Frederick J. CLARK, aged 73, died last night at the home  of his daughter, Mrs. Albert MICHELSON, 83 Prospect St. Mr. CLARK, who was a veteran of the  Civil War, came from Twin Lake to the home of his daughter about a week ago.  Mr. Clark was  born in Rushford, NY and enlisted in 1861 in Company E, Fifth NY Calvary. He served in many  big battles during the war. He was married in 1865 to Miss Harriet PRATT of Olean, NY, three  years later coming to Muskegon and going to Twin Lake in 1869.  He leaves his wife, one  daughter, Mrs. MICHELSON at whose home he died, three sons, Frank of Billington WA,  Charles of Gladstone MI, and Fred of this city.   Mr. Clark was a member of the Lovell Moose Lodge No. 182, F and A.M. and Dick Whitehead Post GAR of Holton.

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CLARK, Mrs. Frederick J.

Obituary

1 Mar 1918 - Muskegon Chronicle  Mrs. Frederick J. CLARK died last night at the home of her  son, Fred CLARK, 824 Moffet St., after an illness of six years. Mrs. Clark was born in Olean,  Cattaraugus Co, NY, August 11, 1845 and was married to Frederick J. CLARK in that city  January 2, 1865 where they lived until 1868, coming to Twin Lake in 1869. They made their  home there until 3 months ago when she came to Muskegon Heights to make her home with  her son. Mr. Clark died three years ago.  She leaves three sons: Fred and Frank of Muskegon  Heights, and Charles of Gladstone, MI; also nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.  Mrs. Clark was a member of the Episcopalian church. Funeral notice will be given later. 

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CLARK, George Nelson

Obituary

Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, MI  Saturday November 22, 1947, page 2

George Clark, 80, Formerly Owosso Resident, Dies   George Nelson Clark, 80 years old, died in his home, 1573 Messler street early today after an illness of two weeks.   Born in Mecosta  county, June 10, 1867, he attended school in Shelby, where he lived until 1905.  He moved to Owosso 42 years ago and there was a member of the Methodist church, the Owosso lodge  No. 81, F. and A.M., and Owosso lodge No. 89, R.A.M.   He was married to the former Mary Brown in Owosso in 1921.  His first wife, Melvina Cole, to whom he was married in 1888  in Shelby, had died Aug. 8, 1920.   Mr. Clark was employed by the Walker Candy company until 1927, and came to Muskegon 10 years ago.   He leaved besides the widow, two sons,  Howard of Durand, and Dr. Amon Clark of Owosso.

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Death Record

Muskegon County Death Records, Liber VIII, page 965, record #752

George Nelson Clark, 1573 Messler street.  In community 10 years, died November 22, 1947 in Muskegon.  Born June 10, 1867, Mecosta County, MI.  Married, white, male, age 80-5-12.  Retired salesman, Walker Candy company, widow, Mary Brown Clark.

Parents, Samuel J. Clark, born Michigan and Sarah Bromley, born Michigan.

Burial 11/24/1947, Owosso Cemetery in Owosso, MI.  generalized arteriosclerosis and post cerebral hemorrhage.

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CLARK, Howard

Obituary

Muskegon Chronicle, 18 Jun 1956

Heart Attack Takes Life of Howard CLARK – A heart attack Saturday unexpectedly took the life  of Howard M. CLARK of Grand Rapids, a Muskegon resident most of his life before moving to  Grand Rapids three years ago.   Mr. CLARK, 45 years old, had been employed as a machinist in  Muskegon and later Grand Rapids. He was born on 13 May 1911 and attended Muskegon  schools. His marriage to Evelyn JAWNIAK took place here 20 October 1934. He was a member  of Whitehall Lodge No. 310 F. & A.M.   Besides his wife, Mr. CLARK leaves two sons, both in  the Marine Corps, Gerald CLARK at Camp Pendleton, CA and Lawrence CLARK at Camp  LeJeune, NC; two daughters, Penelope and Linda, both at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Fred A CLARK of Holton; two sisters, Mrs. J. Stanley ROBINSON, Grand Rapids, Mrs. Lee  CAPLETTE of Holton; two brothers, Fred and Delbert CLARK of Grand Rapids.

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CLARK, JOSEPH A. MR.

OBITUARY

Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 26 August 1968, Page 32

J. A. Clark Dies at 65.  Joseph A. Clark, 65, of J. A. Clark Dental Laboratory, Inc., died Sunday in Hackley Hospital.  He lived at 5488 Channel View Drive, Whitehall, where he spent the last 39 years.  Born Sept. 25, 1902 in Grand Rapids, Mr. Clark was educated in public schools there.  He married the former Edith A. Holmes in Grand Rapids Nov. 6, 1926.  He was a member of the White Lake Baptist Church and of Muskegon Lodge 140, F & A.M.  Survivors include his widow, four sons, Joseph E., James A., and John R. of Muskegon and Jerry W. of Whitehall; three sisters, Mrs. Bessie Keller of Sparta, Mrs. Grace Kryger and Mrs. Nettie Judy of Grand Rapids; one brother, William of Sparta and nine grandchildren.

CLARK, MR. JOSEPH A., 5488 Channel View Drive, Whitehall.  Mr. Joseph A. Clark, 65 years, entered into rest very unexpectedly Sunday evening in Hackley Hospital after a brief illness.  The Funeral Rites for Mr. Clark will be Wednesday afternoon 2:30 o’clock in the Memorial Chapel of the Achterhoff Mortuary.  Mr. Clark will be laid to rest in Mona View Cemetery.  The Family will receive relatives and friends 7:30 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in the Mortuary where Mr. Clark will repose after 7:30 o’clock this evening.  —Achterhoff.  

27 August 1968, Page 20

CLARK, MR. JOSEPH A., 5488 Channel View Drive, Whitehall.  The Funeral Rites for Mr. Joseph A. Clark will be Wednesday afternoon 2:30 o’clock in the Memorial Chapel of the Achterhoff Mortuary with the Rev. Mr. Arthur Cunningham, Pastor, Maple Lawn Baptist Church of Wyoming, Michigan, officiating.  Mr. Clark will be laid to rest in Mona View Cemetery with Masonic Graveside Rites Conducted by the Muskegon Lodge #140, F. & A.M.  The Family is receiving relatives and friends 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today in the Mortuary where Mr. Clark reposes.  —Achterhoff.        

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CLARK, Joseph H.

Biography

 

CLARK, Roger

Article

Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, MI July 26, 1952, page 2

Boy Stricken By Polio Here   Admission to the polio isolation section of Hackley Hospital last evening of Roger  Clark, 5-1/2 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark, 1095 W. Grand avenue, brought the polio count for 1952 to  20, plus the one Mason County case also hospitalized here.  The condition of the newcomer was reported today as  fair, a was that of the other active cases with the exception of Roger Burreson, of Chicago, who became ill at  Owasippe Camp, Wednesday.  He has the bulbar type of polio and his condition was said today to be serious.

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