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Paul Clark

Birth Date: June 4, 1935
Death Date: February 4, 2019

 

 

 

Mr. Paul Clark 83 years old passed away on February 4th, 2019. He was proceeded in death by his wife Wilma Francis Clark, daughter Ann Clark Slater. Paul was born in Howe, Oklahoma June 4th 1935. Paul moved to Tulsa when was 15 years old and worked as a soda jerk at William Penn drug store. Paul enlisted in the United States Air Force in 1956 to serve 6 years for his country. Paul married Wilma Francis Bridges in 1957. In 1963 Paul became an ordained Minister. In 1971 Paul graduated from the University of Tulsa with a degree in Special Education. Paul retired from Oklahoma Natural Gas company in 1991. During Paul’s retirement Paul enjoyed gardening, cooking and playing Santa Clause at nursing homes, Paul did a lot of volunteer work at nursing homes and department of corrections. Paul is survived by his three sons David Clark, Paul Edward Clark, Richard Clark. Six grand-children; Amanda Vancleave, Aimee Armstrong, Ashley Sanchez, Valerie Clark, Elizabeth Clark, Michael Thomas, Five great grand- children Chesnea Vancleave, Collin Vancleave, Alec Sanchez, Rylan Sanchez, Ezmae Hubert.

Services for Paul are scheduled for Monday, February 11th at 3:00 pm. In the Floral Haven Chapel, with visitation on the preceeding Sunday from 2:00 – 4:30.

 

Funeral Service
February 11, 2019
3:00 pm
- 4:00 pm
Floral Haven Funeral Home Chapel
6500 S 129th E Ave. Broken Arrow OK, 74012
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  1. I will miss our conversations and times we were able to visit each other. it is hard to believe I met you 31 years ago when I went to work at OK Natural Gas. Times go by. You were a good man, Mr. Clark. Caring and very engaged with people. I enjoyed the number of years your son would pack you up in the car and bring you over for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. Those were some of the best times of my life. You got along so well with my mother and you both loved to talk so much. I always knew when you were done talking on the phone because you would always say “Well, ok, You have a good day now”, or “Ok, Bye Bye”. Never giving me time to say “You have a good day too, bye”. The only noise I heard after you said good day or bye-bye was the sound of a phone hanging up. I have known you for 3 decades, but you left me with so much more. You left me with a great dear wonderful friendship with your son Paul. A friend that would be irreplaceable. Thank you. You are in a wonderful paradise. With our Lord Jesus Christ. Reunited with Wilma and the rest of your family. I shall see you one day my friend when the Lord decides to call me home. Until then, I will just simply say Goodbye, till I see you then.

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