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Robert Clark Sr.
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Robert Charles Clark Sr., 77, passed away Saturday, March 7 after a long battle with heart and kidney ailments.

Born in Bakersfield on March 30, 1931, he lived in San Pedro and then raised his family in Stockton, finally living out his life in Farmington.

Mr. Clark served his country in the Korean War as an Army soldier, made his career working on the railroad, and enjoyed his retirement vending at the local flea markets. His most recognized accomplishments were being a doting husband, attentive and loving father, and an adoring grandfather and great grandfather.

He was loved and will be missed by so many.

Survivors include his wife of 57 years, Christina, of Farmington; two children, Lynne Clark-Sellars of Las Vegas and John Clark of Stockton; five grandchildren, Tina Simoes, Jo Lynne Nekut and Robecka Waller, all of Escalon, Laticia Clark of Modesto and John Robert Clark of Stockton; and seven great grandchildren, Michael, Zachary, Elijah, Angela, Chloe, Chris Jr., and Mc Kenna, all of Escalon.

He was preceded in death by a son, Robert Jr., in 1995.

Service will be held at his granddaughter's house on Saturday, March 14 at 2 p.m. If you knew and loved him, please feel free to come and celebrate his life with his family and friends at 1730 North St., Escalon.

The Escalon (Calif.) Times

March 11, 2009