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Edward (Ed) Ray Clark December 14, 1949 - March 10, 2020

Edward R. Clark of Meridian Idaho passed away March 9th, 2020. Just out of
high school, his country called he answered and was proud to serve his country
in Vietnam. He earned the Army Commendation Medal among many others. He
later attended college, studied nursing and earned his LPN license. Edward
chose to work at the VA hospital in Seattle so he could continue to support
fellow service members. He is survived by brothers Larry Clark and Dennis Clark
of San Antonio Texas, and sister Terry Ford of Meridian Idaho. He was preceded
in death by brothers Wesley and Bobby Clark of Texas. Services will be held
Friday March 20th with viewing at 10am followed by services at Bowman
Funeral Home, 10254 W. Carlton Bay Dr., Garden City. Burial will be at Dry Creek Cemetery following the
service.
“Place no faith in time for the clock may soon be still.”

Friday March 20th with viewing at 10am followed by services at Bowman
Funeral Home, 10254 W. Carlton Bay Dr., Garden City. Burial will be at Dry Creek Cemetery following the
service

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    Douglas W. Pearson says

    Mary Alice,Wayne ,Ian,and Ethan Pearson are gonna miss u dearly Uncle Ray…what an honor to us and to my dad “POPS”…aka Bobby Clark for me finding him and getting to know his side of the family….U always meant a lot to us and I always loved talking to you and shareing stories about what is happening here in texas and with kids and there military status of there life….You were gonna be a great great uncle to our new born grandbaby due in September from our son Ian and Kandez…P…..God bless you and we know you are having a blast reuniteing with sisters and brothers and family up there in heaven….give ole pops a hug for us…..Love the Pearson family

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    C.C. Connie says

    God’s Garden God looked around His garden And He found an empty place.

    He then looked down upon this carth, And saw your tired face.

    He put His arms around you And gifted you to rest.

    God’s garden must be beautiful He always takes the best.

    He knew that you were suffering He knew you were in pain He knew that you would never Get well on earth again.

    He saw that the road was getting rough.

    And the hills are hard to climb.

    So He closed your weary eyelids, And whispered “Peace be thine”

    It broke our hearts to lose you But you didn’t go alone For part of us went with you The day God called you home.
    C.C. Eric & Josh

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