Glendale Clark © Enid News and Eagle 09-24-2011 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
ENID — Funeral service for Glendale Clark will be 2 p.m. Monday, September 26, 2011, at Enid First Assembly of God Church. Pastors Dan Barrick and Mel Masengale officiating. Interment will follow in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery under direction of Henninger-Hinson Funeral Home.
Glendale was born to Glen Laverne and Ruby Opal (Roberts) Clark February 16, 1936, at the family home in Buffalo, Oklahoma. He passed away at Integris Bass Baptist Health Center in Enid September 22, 2011, at 75 years of age.
Glendale graduated from Cherokee High School’s class of 1955 then attended Tonkawa College for two years.
He proudly served in the United States Army until he was honorably discharged in 1959. For over 35 years, he worked in oil fields and also was a custom harvester for 19 years.
On February 4, 1961, he married LyCindia Ann Corr and spent the next 50 years by her side. They settled in Drummond, OK, in 1966 and raised their two children. They moved to Dallas, Texas, in 1992, only to return to Enid in 2002, where they remained until his death.
Glendale was a member of Enid First Assembly of God Church, Enid Moose Lodge and Ames VFW Lodge.
He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Opal DeFever; two infant sisters and one brother, AJ Clark.
Glendale is survived by his wife, LyCindia of Enid; son, Douglas Grant Clark of Tucson, AZ; daughter, Stacey Lyne Farney and husband Daniel and their daughter, Remington Lyne Farney, all of Burlington, OK; sister, Wanda Burr and husband Paul of Taloga, OK; and brother, Earl Ray Clark and wife Kathy of Woodward, OK. Also surviving are granddaughter Kandice Lyne Moody and her sons, Cameron John Clark Doffer and Scott Daniel Doffer, all of Enid, and granddaughter Kelcie LeAnn Moody and fiancé Jeremy Judd of Alva, OK.
Glendale leaves behind several nephews and nieces as well as other relatives and friends. He always will be remembered as “Uncle Poo-Dad.”
Memorials can be made in Glendale’s name through the funeral home to Ames VFW or Drummond Fire Department.
Condolences may be given online at www.enidwecare.com.
(Submitted by family)
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