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Richard Danial Clark

January 17, 1934 - May 3, 2022

U.S. Veteran

Services Date May 13, 2022

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" > I will always remember the trips we would make to the Clark family home in Culver City. The great Thanksgiving dinners the Christmas times with presents for all. I personally will never forget when my big brother took me for a ride in his Roadrunner. We got on the freeway and he winked at me and floored it. I was so scared all I could do was laugh then he hit the horn “Beep Beep” what a ride! I will always remember the fun times in the yard with the Clark kids my nephews and niece who were more my age than my brother. We love you all now and always. Thank you Rick and Judy for making room in your lives for the rag tag gang from Fontana. 🎈

Posted by Patrick & Fawna Smith on May 13, 2022

" > Dear Debbie and Tony and all our Clark Family. Like you all I share the loss of Rick while thinking of each of you during this saddest of times. I can never thank enough Rick and Judy and Steve, Debbie and Tony and Max and Sarah for welcoming me into the Clark family when I came to the U.S. and Lew and I moved near you in Culver City. Judy taught me how to drive and make develed eggs while Rick would insist on making me laugh all the time — and he had the best laugh ever, everyone should laugh like Rick! The many birthdays and baseball games and family get togethers are memories so important to me. Rest peacefully with your Judy and Steve dear Rick, and thank you for everything. Debbie and Tony, we love you. Aunt Regine

Posted by Regine Smith on May 12, 2022

" > Fondly remembering Rick. I remember him as a jokester and for his laugh! ‘Ah come on now let’s go!’ Always ready for a good laugh or joke. A little darkness has come into our lives as you are now with your beloved. Rest easy Rick. Love you and miss you always. Anna and Bill Kroneberger

Posted by Bill and Anna Kroneberger on May 10, 2022

" > Farewell my oldest Airborne brother, an “All American” which so appropriately describes you. Time and distance kept us apart, but will always remember you and the family times we all shared in L.A. Seems not long ago when you married your beautiful Judy for whom as a young boy I had a crush on, you lucky man. And your three kids Steve, Debbie and Tony who like you and Judy we also loved and love…good job brother, you two raised great kids. And now you are with Judy and Steve, all leaving us too soon, and we grieve for you, Rick. But my dear brother, our grief is an expression of love. You will be in our hearts forever and always, your kid brother, Lew

Posted by Lew Smith on May 10, 2022

" > Our deepest condolences for your loss. You will be missed Uncle Rick. RIP

Posted by Dam and Ericka Smith on May 10, 2022