Ronald Clark

Mar 15th 9:00 am - 9:00 am
US Army
MRC - Bill Kushnir
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Classification 

Military Veteran 

Military Branch 

United States Army 

Military Service 

Enlisted in the United States Army on February 7, 1957, serving with honor until his discharge on February 1, 1959. Awarded Marksman (Carbine) 2nd class Gun (Rocket Launcher) and the Good Conduct Medal. 

Mission Segments 

Funeral Service & Procession, Interment Service 

Obituary

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Obituary Text 

DENISON – Ronald D Clark, 80 passed away peacefully Monday afternoon, March 11,2019 at the Woodlands Rehabilitation Center of Denison. He was born Friday, December 2, 1938 to Francis and Mary (Murphy) Clark in Indianapolis, Indiana. Ron graduated from high school in Indianapolis. He served in the United States Army from 1957 to 1963. During that time, he met and married the love of his life, Dollie on Saturday, October 8, 1960 in Fort Worth, Texas. Ron was employed with the UDSA Food Safety Inspections Services of Meat and Poultry Inspection for many years. He was a member of with the Elks Lodge, Eagles Lodge and American Legion.

Ron is preceded in death by his parents, wife, Dollie; daughter, Mary Thomas and brother, Jackie L Clark. Ron is survived by his son; Robert and husband Mike Brower of Oakland, California, daughter Peggy J. and husband Larry Brinlee of Whitesboro, Texas, a sister Bonnie J. Westerfield of Indianapolis, Indiana and 5 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren and 6 great-great grandchildren.

Mr. Clark’s visitation hour will be from 6pm to 7pm. Thursday, March 14 at Johnson-Moore in Denison. Services will be 10am, Friday, March 15 at Johnson-Moore in Denison with Reverend Doctor Cheri Fry officiating. Pallbearers are Robby Thomas, Dakota Thomas, Darby Ballou, Samantha Seymour, Jacob Wilson and Fliesha Henslee. Honorary pallbearers are Clay Higbee, Ricky Don Taylor, Jacob Simons, Aimee Ballou and Larry Thomas.
Military services will be conducted by Ft Hood Honor Guard at Cedarlawn Memorial Park in Sherman, Texas.

In lieu of flowers, per Ron’s request, please donate to any Alzheimer’s organization of choice. Arrangements are under the direction of Johnson-Moore Funeral Home 

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Yes

MRC

Bill Kushnir

bpkush@gte.net

(214) 995-1536 

 

 

Part 1

Segment

Funeral Service 

Mission Date 

03/15/2019 

Staging Time 

09:00 

Briefing Time

09:15

In Position/KSU Time

09:30

Starting Time 

10:00 

Staging Point 

Johnson-Moore Funeral Home 

Staging Address 

631 West Woodard Street

Denison, TX 75020 

Map Link 

Link to Map 

Part 1 Details 

Riders will stage at the funeral home to be briefed and to stand tall and silent as family and friends arrive. After the service begins, flags will be returned to the flag support vehicle which will depart for the cemetery to set flags along with riders who will not be riding in the procession 

Procession 

No Escort Provided 

Support 

RC Will Support  

 

 

Part 2

 

Part 2 Segment 

Interment Service 

Part 2 Date 

03/15/2019 

Part 2 Staging Time 

10:30 

Part 2 Briefing Time

10:30

Part 2 In Position/KSU Time

10:45

Part 2 Starting Time 

11:00

Part 2 Time(s) Estimated

Yes

Part 2 Staging Point

Cedar Lawn Cemetery 

Part 2 Staging Address 

Hwy 91 & Woodlake Rd.

Sherman, TX 75093 

Part 2 Map Link 

Link to Map 

Part 2 Details 

Riders not participating in Part One will stage at the cemetery to be briefed, set flags and await the arrival of the procession. Riders in the procession will quickly dismount and join the flag line. Riders will stand tall and silent until the completion of the service, after which flags will be returned to the flag support vehicle. Riders will then be debriefed and dismissed.

NOTE: Time of arrival at cemetery is approximate 

Part 2 Support 

Yes – RC Will Support

 

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