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Paul A. Clark

Born: Sat., Feb. 24, 1951
Died: Thu., Apr. 9, 2020

Celebration of Life

Location: At a Later Date

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Paul A. Clark, 69, of New Carlisle passed away on Thursday, April 9th at Hospice House of St. Joseph County, after battling with many infections for a long time.  

  Paul was born on February 24, 1951, to Charles R. and Beverly (Morgan) Clark in South Bend.

  On June 19, 1971, in South Bend, Paul married Sandy K. (Dudeck) Clark, after dating for four years and happily married for forty-eight years. Sandy survives along with Paul’s sister, Diane (Dan) Lewis of South Bend, sister-in-law, Marie (Dudeck) Clark of South Bend, mother-in-law, Mildred Dudeck, who is ninety-one year old, and many brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, and a lot of loving numerous nieces an nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles, Sr., brother, Charles, Jr., then his mother, Beverly Clark, and a great nephew, Derek Sexton on March 26,2020.

 Paul and his brother, Charles R. Clark, Jr. proudly served in the United States Marine Corp. Paul qualified as a sharp shooter. Charles served in Viet Nam and Paul was so proud of him.

 Paul “Pauly” (as he was known) was a truck driver for Roadway, retiring in 2009 after thirty years of being on the road. Driving semi’s ran in the family, his father and brother were also semi drivers, too. He was a member of Teamsters Local Union 364.

  Paul and Sandy both said they are Pisces, that’s why they got along so well. They both love to fish, were both avid animal lovers. They just have doggie and kitty, Miracle.

  Memorial contributions can be made, in Paul’s honor, to Pet Refuge, Inc, 4226 Burnett Drive, South Bend, IN 46614.

  The family will not have a service at this time. A Celebration of Paul’s Life will take place at a later date, because of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Cremation has taken place.

  The HANLEY and Sons Funeral Home an Cremation Service handled arrangements an extends its deepest sympathy an heartfelt prayers to Paul’s family.

  Condolences may be expressed online at: www.hanleyndsonsfunralhome.com

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John T. Sergeant
   Posted Sun April 12, 2020
My condolences to all of the family. When Charlie and Paul, etc. started C&D Cartage and they chose me to be one of their employees, I was honored to work for them. I was saddened to hear of Charlie's death a number of years ago, as I am of seeing Paul has passed as well. I know we had not much contact in recent years, but I ran in to Paul on a few occasions while we drove for different companies. I still appreciate their faith in me as an employee and as friends. Once again, my sympathies to the family.

Debra Pietrucha
   Posted Mon April 13, 2020
My husband works with Pauly at Roadway and I was Marine Corp. #095 , having a
Swieconka fest, he stopped in. My thoughts and prayers are with you with at this time.

Karen Schantz Archambault
   Posted Sun April 26, 2020
Sandy, so sorry for your loss, I lost Bob on March 4th. Sorry for the loss of your Mom. Take care cousin.

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