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Raymond Clark

Raymond Edward Clark

Monday, August 19th, 1940 - Monday, March 4th, 2019
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Raymond Edward Clark, age 78, passed away on March 4, 2019 at Fairacres Manor in Greeley, CO.
Raymond “Ray” Edward Clark was born August 19, 1940 in Beloit, Wisconsin to Kenneth “Roy” Clark and Virgil (Snook) Clark. Ray was raised and completed most of his schooling in Hysham, Montana. They moved back to Wisconsin where he met and married Barbra Kay White on June 24, 1963. They had three children; LaRae, Tim, and Lorie. Ray worked his entire career in the snack-food industry, which led him and his family to settle in Colorado. His true love was his family and raising Quarter Horses. After raising his children and the death of his wife, Ray and the kids enjoyed producing calf roping events and contracting roping cattle for rodeos. As his family expanded, his five granddaughters were the lights of his life. Ray never missed a rodeo, volleyball match or basketball game and he attended a fair number of soccer games as well. Later in life, Ray enjoyed relaxing at the cabin, exploring the mountains on his ATV, and fixing things in his shop
Ray was preceded in death by his parents Roy and Virgil Clark, brothers Art, Gary, and Bruce, wife Barbara (White) Clark, and daughter LaRae (Clark) Martin. He is survived by his son Tim Clark of Strasburg, CO, daughter Lorie and Kevin Helzer of Bennett, CO, brother Kenny and Diana Clark of Beloit, Wisconsin, granddaughters Jaycee Martin, Jaymee and Piyush Mesuria, Kaylee Helzer, Krystin and Chad Rupple, Kelsey and Niko Rivera, and many great grandchildren, cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends. He is also survived by his long-time partner Kathy Hardin of LaSalle, CO and her children Marva and Dave Amerine, Dan Turley and Jocelyn Miller, DeWayne and Janella Reneau, Laura and Ron Gentry, Mitch Reneau and Maria Walker and Kathy’s grandchildren.

A celebration of life service will be held the 14th day of March 2019 at 11 o’clock in the morning. The celebration will be at the American Legion Post #180, 595 E Railroad Ave, Keenesburg, CO 80643. Lunch to follow the service.

Memorial contributions can be made to Colorado Junior Rodeo Association, 17035 Road 26, Brush, Colorado 80723, in honor of Ray Clark.

Visit www.ahlbergfuneralchapel.com to share condolences.
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Memorial service 11:00am Thursday March 14, 2019 at American Legion Post 180, 595 Railroad Ave. Keenesburg, CO 80634.


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Posted at 07:01am
Raymond enjoyed a long full life and is now resting awaiting for the words of Acts 24:15 to become a reality. Please accept my condolences on the loss of your loved one. May prayers, memories of good times shared together, family and friends sustain you throughout the difficult times. May you also, find comfort in knowing that the All Mighty God will soon take away all the sorrow and pain and promises a better future where we can see our loved ones again. (1 Thessalonian 5:17, Revelation 21:4 Psalms 37:29)

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