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May 18, 2014

Wallace Ray Clark

Dec. 13, 1952-May 14, 2014

DUNCAN — Wallace Ray Clark, 61, of Duncan, passed away Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at Duncan Regional Hospital.

Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Monday, May 19, 2014 at Antioch Baptist Church, with Rev. Ronald Boyd officiating. Interment will be at Henderson Harris Cemetery, with arrangements under the direction of Carter-Smart Funeral Home.

Wallace was born Dec. 13, 1952 in Magnolia, Ark. He was born to Samuel and Silver (Dockery) Clark. He attended school in Duncan and later attended Cameron University. He served seven years in the United States Marine Corp and worked for the United States Postal Service for 20 years. Wallace was ordained in the Ministry and also an author.

Wallace is survived by children, Jone’ Bennett of Arlington, Texas, Sparkle-Rae Clark of Arlington, Texas and Sequoia-Qua’ Clark of Arlington, Texas, sisters Pearlie Lee and Diane Greer both of Duncan, grandchildren Keonte’ Bennett, D’Leonn Bennett, Tyrone Bennett Jr. Tre’von Vinson, Jordyn Lidia, Ka’liyah Gaither, Dre’lin Clark-Turner, Darrion Turner Jr. Baby Clark, great-grandchild Elijah Bennett, nephews Adrian Greer, David Lee, Josh Martin, niece Anjelique Johnson, great-aunts Alice, Abby Johnson and ex-wife Lois Paige.

Pallbearers will be Michael Jackson, Joshua Martin, Keonte’ Bennett, Adrian Greer, Keshawn Gaither, Robert Langston and Brandon Allen. Honorary pallbearers will be Gary Aimes, James Wyrick, David Lee, D’Leonn Bennett and Tyrone Bennett Jr., Trevon Vinson, and Joshua Martin.

Military honors will be provided by the Stephens County Honor Guard.

 

 

 

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