Selected Families and Individuals


George B. CLARK

Obituary (from newspaper of 20 Feb. 1994):  DEXTER---George B. Clark, 73, South Shore Road, Pillar Point, died at 4 p.m. Friday at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Syracuse, where he had been a patient for five weeks.

    The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Johnson Funeral Home with the Rev. Paul Gmitter, pastor of Faith Fellowship Church, officiating.  Spring burial will be in Dexter Cemetery.

    Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.  Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

    Surviving are his wife, Ruth H.; a daughter, Mrs. Frederick (Patricia) Phillips, Dexter; three grandchildren, five great-grandchildren; and a sister, Emily Clark, Rosiere.

    He was born June 6, 1920, in Clayton, a son of Floyd and Mary Robinson Clark.  He attended Clayton High School.  He served in the Army in World War II.  He was a recipient of a Purple Heart and Bronze Star.

    He married Ruth H. Joles McQueer in November 1946 at Hope Presbyterian Church, Watertown.  They lived in Watertown until 1962. when they moved to Dexter.  Mr. Clark was a carpenter and maintenance man at Mercy Center for Health Services
for many years, still working part-time until his illness.

    He was a member of the Northern New York Trappers Association, an avid hunter and fisherman.


1  CMNT Fell Out Of Tree At Schoolhouse.


Charles's Civil War discharge record says he was a private in the 10th NY Artillery and enlisted 15 Aug. 1862.


1  CMNT Her Mother B. Ireland; Father B. England