Larry William Clark (1971-2023) Aurora, CO
Larry William Clark passed away Wednesday, February 1, 2023, at his home in Aurora, Colorado.
Larry was born February 7, 1971, in Fontana, California, to Jo Ann and Gary Clark.
He grew up attending Marlow Public Schools, and played football for the Marlow Outlaws from 1985-1989. He was selected first-team All-State on the 1989 3A Football West Squad. Larry graduated from Marlow High School in 1989.
Following high school, Larry joined the United States Navy and served six years, receiving the National Defense Service Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal, and Kuwait Liberation Medal. He served on the USS Frank Cable. Following his commitment to the Navy, he moved to Aurora, Colorado, where he worked as a distribution supervisor for ACME distribution for almost 28 years.
On April 18, 2004, he married his wife, Samantha Clark.
He is survived by his wife Samantha Clark, and two sons Corey Snoke and Aaron Snoke, and his daughter, Kaytlyn Clark, and wife Lindsey of Lawton, son Ricky Clark, and wife Kayla, and their son Jack of Wichita Falls, TX, and daughter Keely Clark of Denver, CO.
He is survived by his parents Kenny and JoAnn Dodd of Marlow; sister, Vanessa McPherson, and husband, Jason McPherson, and their daughters Rebekah and Katie McPherson of Marlow; brother, Tommy Clark, and wife Beth of Seminole, and their sons Garrett Clark, and wife Carson Clark, and sons Braggs and Boede Clark of Seminole, and son Colton Clark of Wichita, KS, and son Kason Clark, and wife Gracie Clark of Greenville, TX.
He is preceded in death by his daughter, Brittany Kay Durbin, grandfather, Bill Ford, grandmother, Jorene Ford.
Larry was a beloved son, brother, husband and father, and will be dearly missed. The family thanks all the friends and family in the Marlow community for their condolences.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be sent to Marlow High School, PO BOX 73, Marlow OK 73055 to benefit the MHS Football activity fund. Address checks to Marlow Public Schools and in the memo write Larry Clark.
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