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(March 9, 1911 - August 20, 1973)
The Lusk Herald
August 30, 1973
Funeral Service for Alan Clark Held Last Thurs.
Funeral service for Alan H. Clark, 62, was held at the Peet Chapel August 23 at 3:00 p.m. with the Rev. Fred Bolinger conducting the service.
Organist was Mrs. Edna DeCastro. Honorary pall bearers were Paul McDaniel, Bob Scott, Joe Leimser, Harold Rogers, Dan Hanson and Ray Owens. Casket bearers were Bill McDaniel, Speck Black, John DeGering, Henry Wasserburger Jr., Jim Meng and John Goddard. Burial was in the Lusk Cemetery.
Alan H. Clark, son of Floyd M. and Mildred Haight Clark, was born March 9, 1911, at Harrison, Neb. He died August 20 at the Douglas Hospital.
Mr. Clark attended school in Lusk, graduating from Lusk High School. During the early 1930's he worked in the oil fields at Osage. In 1936 he began operation of the home ranch, continuing there until his retirement in 1971. He married Pauline E. Ellsworth November 7, 1936.
Survivors include his wife, one son, Cody; two daughters, Mrs. Bud (Barbara) Hall of Sheridan and Mrs. Don (Mary Ann) Atkinson of Victor, Idaho; six grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Dale Leimser, Lusk and Mrs. Bruce Christian, Vernal, Utah.
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