William R. Clark, II

March 17, 1948 ~ June 29, 2019 (age 71)

William Robert Clark II, son of the late William R. Clark I and Dorothy
Walker was born on March 17, 1948 in Baltimore, MD. He was also
known as "Bobby or Clark" to his close friends and family. He was called
home to rest on June 29,2019 after a lengthy illness.

William attended Baltimore Public Schools and also joined the United
States Army at an early age. He was employed and retired from General
Motors as well as became a member ofthe American Legion Post 263.

In 1965, he married the love of his life, Yvonne, and from this union they
were blessed with two children; Ronald and Kimberly. In 1994, beside
his wife he also chose to raise their eldest granddaughter, Bria.

William was known to be the Man of his household and the backbone for
a lot of his family. He was stem, yet loving in his own way. There was
not a time that his family couldn't come to him for anything and he wasn't
able and willing to help. He also wasn't afraid to give you a lecture and
voice his opinion in the process of helping you as he was very knowl-
edgeable in life. In addition to raising his granddaughter he would also
volunteer as Traffic Patrol at her school. You can say he was definitely
the "Jack of All Trades" and kept himself busy. He loved being in his man
cave sipping his Jim Bean, spending time with his great grand girls and
traveling to various places with his wife by his side.

William leaves to cherish his precious memory, his wife of 54 years
Yvonne Clark; his children, Ronald and Kimberly; one brother, Larry
Duvall; five beautiful and loving grandchildren, Bria, Kristopher, Kai,
Kayla and Blair. Five great grandchildren Rylee, Harley, Reagan, Haylie
and Kayden; three uncles, his (Sugar)mother-n- law, three sister-n-laws,
several nieces and nephews and a host of family and friends. He also
joins two sisters Karen and Linda; his step mother Jean Clark, two
brother-in-laws and one sister-in-law home to eternal rest.

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