Kenny Lee Clark, of Pauls Valley, passed away July 16, 2020 in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma at the age of 68 years.
Kenny was born September 24, 1951 in Selma, California to Harvey Clark and Nettie Belle (Mound) Clark-Thornton. He was raised in the Dinuba and Bakersfield, California areas and attended school in Dinuba, California. Pauls Valley has been his home for the past 3 years. Most of his working career was in Construction as a Welder and Pipefitter.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Harvey "Pike" and Nettie Belle Clark; 1 brother, Ed Clark; and by 2 sisters. Wanda Clark and Irene Clark.
His surviving family include his children, Shana Brown, Shiloah Clark, Sunny Kanaugh, Shane Taylor, Shawn Taylor, Tommy Bloomer, Angela Eli, Ricky Marchbanks, Misty Brogan, Michael Page and Keenan Page; 18 grandchildren; 3 great-great grandchildren; and one brother, Bucky Clark.
Memorial services will be announced at a later date. Services for cremation are under the direction of Stufflebean-Coffey Funeral Home
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