George T. Clark, III

george clark, iii
Clark, George Thomas a 20-year resident of Redondo Beach passed away Sunday, April 25. George was 65. He was born in Queens, New York, served in the Marines until 1959 and moved to California in 1979. He was a professional auto mechanic and work with some of the biggest names in Nascar and Formula 1 racing. He was an avid runner who ran a total of 10 LA Marathons with the LA Road Runners. George is survived by his mother, Elsa Douty of Clearwater, FL; sister Pam Stoldt of Clearwater, FL, brothers Ronald and Robert Douty of MD, daughters Lisa (Douglas) Masler of Huntington Station, NY and Rachel (Andrew) Ramaglia of Redondo Beach; along with his two granddaughters Kirsten and Jessica Ramaglia, both of Redondo Beach and several nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held Sunday, May 2 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM at White and Day's Colonial Chapel, 901 Torrance Blvd. in Redondo Beach.

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  1. My sincere sympathies to the family of George Clark. I knew him and his daugher Rachel and her daughters from the Los Angeles Roadrunners. George and I had many conversations and lots of laughs about running and training and children and us getting old and our pains and life in general. Good luck to you Rachel and your girls. I can say George was my friend. Delise Means /714 669-5600

  2. George was a wonderful man and will be truly missed. He was always available to lend an ear and help out in any way he could. I miss you George. Love, Alice

  3. My Deepest sympathy goes to all of you in this time of grief. George was a very special person to me and my daughters. May the lord hold your father in the palm of his hand until we meet again. God Bless, Tina Hermosillo-Davis ( David Davis wife) p.s. I just found out yesterday in the evening. I am trully sorry and my prayers are with all of you!

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