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Gib Clark
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Submitted by: Glenn

Gib Clark was born March 2, 1935, in rural Byron, Oklahoma, where he lived until he was 12 years old. His parents were Raymond Clark and Blanche “Replogle” Clark. He was the seventh of 11 children. He died April 26, 2017. A memorial worship service will be held on Sunday, May 7, 2017, at 10:30 a.m. at the Kiowa Christian Church. Interment will be in Driftwood Cemetery, Driftwood, Oklahoma.

Gib was married to Marcia Kile on August 4, 1962, in Enid, Oklahoma. They had two sons: Todd and Kipp, born while he was minister as a student appointment at the Baptist Church of Argonia, Kansas.

He was preceded in death by his parents; Raymond Clark (1981) and Blanche “Replogle” Clark (1985); sister Darlene Calaway (1983); and three brothers, Gail (1999), Bill (2000) and Bob 2011.

Survivors are his sons, Todd and his wife Candy and their sons Cevin Otis and Cadon, of Arkansas City, Kansas; Kipp and his wife Jill and their daughters Malori and Morgan and son Nicklaus of Phoenix, Arizona; sister Audene Holland of Pratt, Kansas; brothers Dick and wife Gayle of Colorado Springs, Don and wife Marilyn of Denver, Colorado; sister Arjean Williams of Holdenville, Oklahoma; brothers Larry and wife Norma of Burleson, Texas; Loy and wife Mae of Colorado Springs, Colorado; sister-in-law Bob’s wife Rachel of Albany, Oregon; a great number of nieces and nephews; other relatives and many wonderful friends from school days and his 57 years of Christian ministry.

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