Western Clark


Western Clark


Western Clark, aged 89, of Brownsville, Kentucky, peacefully passed away on March 3, 2024. He was born on August 25, 1934, to the late Sam and Stella Clark.

Western is survived by his beloved wife Betty, his sons Bob and Bryan, and his cherished grandchildren Daniel, Ian, Jessica, and Meghin.

He was preceded in death by his parents Sam and Stella, four brothers - Paul, John, Mack, and Bill, and three sisters - Bonnie, Connie, and Lillian. He was also preceded by his daughter-in-law, Donna Clark.

Throughout his life, Western was deeply involved in various organizations and hobbies. He dedicated 20 years of service to the Associated Press, served his country in the US Army for 3 years, and was an active member of Kiwanis for 12 years. He also volunteered his time to Cradle Others, demonstrating his commitment to helping those in need.

Western had a passion for reading, solving crossword puzzles, and storytelling. He was known for his skilled woodworking and often shared his creations with friends and family.

Western Clark will be remembered fondly by all who knew him for his kindness, dedication, and love for his family and community. He leaves behind a legacy of service and generosity that will continue to inspire those who knew him.

Cremation was chosen and Magnolia Cremations of Jeffersonville, Indiana has been entrusted with the arrangements.

Condolences (2)

Stephanie Skillman

I’m so sorry for your family and friends loss. Such a wonderful man and I’m grateful to have met him, shared international diverse foods and conversations with him/them. The whole family was very gracious to so many of us. I still have the handmade cheese board he gifted me.
Rest in peace. Sharing tears and memories … big hug all

Victoria O

Always enjoyed seeing Wes. He was interesting, kind, and humble. Love and prayers to his family