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In Memory of Larry Clark

Larry Edwin Clark, age 70 of North Hudson, passed away unexpectedly on March 31, 2020 at his home. Larry was born on November 13, 1949 in Hudson, Wisconsin to John H. and Nellian W. (Jorgenson) Clark. He attended school in Hudson and was united in marriage to Debbie Zollner on May 5, 1979 at the Bethel Lutheran Church in Hudson. Larry work for many years as a foreman at TNO Plastics in Hudson and in the maintenance department at the Walmart in Oak Park Heights, Minnesota.

Larry was a man of few words, but his big heart was noticeably present in his thoughtfulness and willingness to help others. He had a lifelong love of riding Harley Davidson motorcycles, earning him the nickname “Clutch” in high school. Larry enjoyed camping, fly fishing for trout, and deer hunting trips with his brother John. He was an avid Green Bay Packer fan and enjoy listening to The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, and also recently the Milwaukee Brewers radio broadcasts. He was a great cook, and felt at home by his smoker and barbecue grill.

Larry will remain in the heart of his wife of 40 years, Debbie; five siblings, Bonnie (Richard) Swanson, Kay (Monte) Lewis, Lorretta Petersen, Sheila (John) Hinz, Nancy (John) Hubbard; many nieces, nephews, other relatives, friends; and his favorite kitty, Abby. He was preceded in death by his parents; John and Nellian Clark; and brothers, Thomas (Gloria) Clark, and  John H. Clark.

A private graveside service will be held at the Willow River Cemetery in Hudson.

Cards and be mailed to the O’Connell Family Funeral Home. 520 S. 11th St., Hudson, WI 54016.

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    • Debby, so sorry to here of Larry passing. I remember lots of good times with Larry and Jack Shedore back in the day. My son still remembers visiting with You and Larry when we were neighbors in n.hudson. Our prayers are with you. Jim and Carey Lorenz

    • Chuck and me are so very sorry for your loss.
      We have many fond memories of Larry from
      back in the ‘old days.’ We will miss him.