Robert “Bobby” Allen Clark

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Robert “Bobby” Allen Clark, age 73, passed away on July 28th, 2020 in Hot Springs, AR. He was the husband of Sherry Harper Clark. They would have celebrated their 42nd wedding anniversary on September 2nd of this year.

Born in Minneapolis, MN, he was the son of Aleda Groustra Clark and Russell Allen Clark. He graduated from W. H. Adamson high school in Dallas, TX. He received the Purple Heart award after his service in the Vietnam War. He retired in 2010 From Simplex-Grinnell where he had worked for 21 years. 

He enjoyed watching NASCAR, cheering on the Dallas Cowboys, riding his Harley and traveling the country in his RV. He will be remembered for his love of bass and crappie fishing. He spent most of his retirement out on the water of Lake Hamilton with a rod and reel in his hands. 

He is survived by his wife Sherry, his sister Marilyn Cook, his children Dallis Clark and his wife Lindsey, Lisa Lemons and her husband James, Christy Clark Roberts and Rick Clark and his wife Holly, grandchildren Parker and Emmett Clark, Jaymie and Jaycee Lemons and Kali and Brittany Woods, Cody, Justin and Taylor Clark and 6 great grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents, his brother-in-law John Cook, his son Jimmy Clark, his son-in-law Troy Roberts and his grandson Preston Clark. 

A graveside service will be held on Saturday, August 1st at 11:30 at Gardens of Memory Cemetery in Minden, LA under the direction of Kilpatrick Rose-Neath funeral home. 

Rose-Neath Funeral Home 

211 Murrell Street 

Minden, Louisiana 71055

(318) 377-3412


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