January 17, 1946 ~ July 24, 2017
Larry Clark lost his fight with cancer on July 24, 2017. Larry was actually born Lawrence Leroy Williamson in Indianapolis, on January 17, 1946 to Harry and Helen Williamson. He later changed his name to Larry Clark, taking his mother’s maiden name.
He was a retired heavy equipment mechanic. In his later years he very often could be found helping out his son’s business in any way he could by fixing cars or even just running errands.
He loved to ride his motorcycle, fix up an old car or just be tinkering with something. He loved a good yard sale and flea markets. He ate popcorn about every night and could not sleep without the TV on.
He had a deep love for his sons, grandkids and had a special bond with his great-grandson. He loved his sister’s and brother and had many brother and sister in-laws that he loved equally as much and even some like his own children and loved their children like they were his grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his son Scott Clark Sr., his brother Chuck Williamson, his sisters, Judy Williamson and Hazel Britt as well as his uncle Ralph Clark that took him under his wing at a young age.
He is survived by his ex-wife and still close friend of over 50 years, Margie Clark, son Gary Clark and daughter in-law Kelly, granddaughters Cheyenne Clark, Natalie Clark, Erin Robinson and husband Michael, grandson Scott Clark Jr., step grandsons Devin Dixon and Don Dixon and wife Katie, great-grandson Nolan Robinson and sister Christine Vasko, as well as many nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be held on Saturday, July 29, 2017 from 10am until time of funeral service at 1pm. Burial will follow at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery
Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services Staff lit a candle for Larry Clark
I will never forget our late night talks. Our endless text messages and many many more memories I will always hold close to my heart. I love you uncle my toilet seat still pinches my butt
Rest in heaven uncle Larry… You are loved by us all and will be missed more than you would ever know..
Your huey will miss you
Love you dad, thank you for always seeing me through rose colored glasses.
RIP Larry. You have always been one of my favorite people. And you always will be. Much love.
Rest in peace, Larry. Perhaps I will see you in heaven someday.
I want to send my condolences to you and the family