George
George William "Bud" Clark Jr. Born January 3, 1933 Kansas City, Missouri Passed October 11, 2006 Prescott, Arizona Son of George and Agnes Clark, husband of JoAnn Clark of Prescott, Arizona, father of Lisa DiRezze of Oregon and Kelley Lombardozzi of Torrance. George was the grandfather to Vanessa, Jessica, Sabrina, Alexandra and Nicholas. He is also survived by his brothers and sisters. Gloriann Clark of Los Angeles, Ken Clark of Texas, Larry Clark of Arizona and Jeannine Frandsen of Torrance. George received his Masters Degree fro Pepperdine University. He worked for Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and then the Los Angeles County District Attorneys office as an investigator. He volunteered for the American Youth Soccer Organization for many years. First as a coach, then a referee and finally as Regional commissioner. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, bagpipe music and spending time with his grandchildren and his dog Molly. Services will be at rice mortuary in Torrance Wednesday, October 18, 2006 at 11:00 A.M. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the American Cancer Society P.O. Box 22718 Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718

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  1. Our thoughts are with you Joann and Lisa and Kelly. We were saddened to hear of Georges passing. We have good memories of your family when you lived near us as neighbors. Our best to you all, Bob and Gwen Slater

  2. Papa was the best grandpa to his five grandkids. He will be truly missed. Now he is our angel watching over us. I will never forget when I was younger and he would hold my hand so I could fall asleep. Now I held his hand as he went to sleep and i know he is in a better place. God Bless Papa.

  3. Dad, I am really going to miss you. I love you with all my heart. Thank you for being such a great Dad. Love, Kelley

  4. Thank you for being such a wonderful Father In Law! You accepted me into your family with open arms and I will truely miss our talks. You will always be part of my memory. “A heart is not measured by how much you love, but by how much you are loved by others” Michael

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