My cousins out west - that's how I always thought of Clark, Terry, Kim and Karen as well as Uncle bobby's kids, Judy and Janey. It was always fun to think of how widespread my family was, both out west and in Ontario and a few in other provinces too! What different lives they lived but at heart all the same. I remember Clark as a homebody. He was always ready with a helping hand for anyone who needed it. He helped look after Grampa until his death and then eventually became Uncle Percy's companion and caregiver until he too passed away. As his brothers and sister moved out into big cities and Terry into the military, Clark remained in Kincaid. He didn't want to travel or move to a bigger place; wasn't interested in all that newfangled technology! I think he was completely content in his life and that is a wonderful thing. Peace and blessings, Clark.
Your cousin from out east - Heather Hansen
I am so sad to hear of Clark's passing.
For the past 10+ years Clark and I would talk on the phone every year at Christmas. We had a mutual love of cats and I so enjoyed hearing about Clark's endeavors to look after the local feral cats in Kincaid. He would build shelters in his garage complete with heating lights to keep them warm during the cold winters. We also talked about our indoor pets and I hope that his cat has found a new home. I will miss those phone calls from my kind-hearted cousin. May he rest in peace.
I often met Clark at Doug's Junction Service in Kincaid. Clark always liked history, much the same as I do. We were never lost for words. My deepest sympathies to all of Clark's family and close friends.