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Larry "Steve" Clark

March 2, 1956 — February 7, 2024


Larry "Steve" Stephen Clark, a beloved son, brother, father, and friend, passed away on February 7, 2024, at the age of 67. He was born in Johnson City, TN on March 2, 1956, to his loving parents whose admiration for him had no bounds.

Steve found his calling working in the manufacturing industry. He dedicated years of hard work, contributing to various local companies. Steve was a Jack-of-all-trades, and an extremely hard worker.

Outside of his work, Steve had a passion for woodworking and camping. He would spend hours in his workshop, crafting beautiful pieces that showcased his creativity and talent. Nature called to Steve, and he found solace in spending time camping, surrounded by the peacefulness of the outdoors with his family and friends.

Steve's life was marked by the love he had for his family. He married Margaret Baker Clark on October 3, 1974, and their union was filled with warmth, love, and mutual support. Unfortunately, Margaret preceded Steve in death, leaving a void in his heart. Steve also suffered the loss of his parents, Herbert Ray Clark and Agnes "Aileen" Collins Clark, and his brothers, Michael Ray Clark and Tony Ralph Clark. Their memory lives on in the hearts of those who loved them.

Steve will forever be remembered by his daughter, Wendy D. Clark, who was the light of his life. Their bond was unbreakable, and Steve took great pride in being Wendy's father. He leaves behind his brother, Phil Clark, aunts, Connie Crawford and Pauline Clark, and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins who were fortunate enough to have known him. Last but certainly not least Tiny and Pippa Clark, his furry companions.

Larry "Steve" Clark will forever be remembered as a strong and resilient spirit who touched the lives of many. His legacy lives on in the hearts of all those whose lives he has impacted. May his soul find eternal peace, and may his family and friends find comfort in the cherished memories they shared with him.

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