Charles Clark

Charles (Buddy) Clark went home to be with the Lord Tuesday morning (6/21/22)

A faithful and dedicated family man Buddy had 6 Children, 18 Grandchildren and many great and great-great grandchildren. He was married to his loving, dedicated wife (Mary Alice Clark) for 66 years. Despite a disability from birth, he was a well accomplished man who never left life slow him down. He was a long-time resident of Apopka who dedicated his life to his Family and the people of the city. He worked for the City of Apopka for a total of 46 years working his way up to being Supervisor of Streets and Maintenance, while also owning a small Foliage business. He was loved and respected by all who were blessed to work with him.

He is preceded in eternal life by his Mother: Mattie (Hardee) Powell, Father: John Clark, Son: Richard , Daughter : Phyllis. He is survived by Sister: Geraldine (Clark) Woodard, Wife: Mary Alice Clark, Sons : John & Joey, Daughter: Pamela, 17 Grandchildren and many great grandchildren

Services will be held Tuesday June 28th, 2022 with Loomis Funeral Home of Apopka. Visitation will be from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm with the service starting at 12:00 pm. Gathering and fellowship will follow at Loomis’s Gathering hall.

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