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Clem Jr. Clark

Born: Fri., Jul. 29, 1955
Died: Sat., Dec. 21, 2019


Visitation

6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Mon., Dec. 30, 2019
Location: Thompson's Funeral Home


Funeral Service

7:00 PM Mon., Dec. 30, 2019
Location: Thompson's Funeral Home Chapel


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Mr. Clem Clark Jr, age 64 of Maxton, NC died Saturday, December 21, 2019. Mr. Clark was born July 29, 1955 to the late Mr. and Mrs. Clem (Mary Mandy) Clark. Mr. Clark also known as Junior to several was proceeded in death by his daughter Bethany Clark-Kegler, his parents, and two siblings Ruth Carol Woodard and Beverly Jones. 

Clem is survived by his wife Mrs. Bonnie Clark of Maxton; his children: Adam (Brooke) Clark of Pembroke, Carla Clark-McRae of Red Springs, Chelsea Clark of Lumberton, and ten grandchildren: Jaylon Kegler, Jayden Kegler, Jayla Kegler, Isabella McDowell, Jordayn McDowell, Azayla Johnson, Camryn Clark, Dean Clark, Austin Chavis and Jacobi Chavis. Clem is also survived by his siblings Carolyn Dial, Betty J. Oxendine, Robin M. Oxendine, Thomas E. Clark, Glenn Clark, Ronnie Clark, Anthony Clark, Carol Locklear, Cassandra Seawright, and Constance Woodward. 

The family will receive relatives and friends for viewing Monday, December 30th beginning at 6pm-7pm and funeral service following at 7pm at Thompson’s Funeral Home in Pembroke, NC. There will be a graveside service on Tuesday, 12-31-19.

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Sheriff Burnis Wilkins, Lumberton, NC
   Posted Mon December 30, 2019

Thinking of your family during this time of sorrow. Lifting you up in our prayers.

Jerry Chavis
   Posted Mon December 30, 2019
Praying that the lord will comfort this family in there time of anguish and morning, May god wrap his ever loving arms around this family. Remember them in the days to come.

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