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Eric Clinton Clark

 

Eric Clinton Clark was born December 5, 1969, and entered to rest on Wednesday, Apr. 9, 2014. He attended Omak School, K-12, graduating in 1988 from Omak High School. He was active in sports playing basketball, baseball and football. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping and family gatherings. He was a avid guitar player. He played in different bands in Coulee Dam and Spokane area. He enjoyed cooking shows and loved to cook, especially barbecuing.

He attended Spokane Falls Community College, graduating in 1991 with a AA Degree. He furthered his education at Eastern Washington University, graduating in 1997 with a BA Degree in Developmental Child Psychology and Social Work.

He held various jobs, CIPP Mill, roofer, carpet installer. He worked at DSHS offices of Division of Disabilities, Child Protective Services, Vocational Rehabilitation, Financial Service Specialist and Clerical. He was also employed with the Colville Tribe as a Caseworker with the TANF & Child Support program. His most recent job was with the Colville Tribe Head Start Program.

He is survived by his daughter Miranda R. Clark, Omak Wash.; parents Dale and Lorraine Clark; sister Ronda (Dale), brother, Dwayne (Tammy), all of Omak; his nephews Devin and Derek Palmanteer of Omak; William Marchand of Boise Idaho and Rhylee Marchand of Moscow, Idaho. He is also survived by numerous relatives of the Clark, Squetimkin, Adolph, Manuel, Brown, Hahn, Simpson, Nicholson and Tonasket families.

His services were held on Sunday, Apr. 13, 2014, at 7 p.m.,with Rosary at the Catholic Long House (Omak). His funeral services were held on Monday, Apr. 14, 2014, at 10 a.m., at St. Mary's Mission Catholic Church, with burial at St. Mary's Mission, and dinner to follow at the Catholic Long House.

Precht Harrison Narrents Chapel was in charge of arrangements.

We would like to thank the Brewster Harmony House for all that they have done for Eric and our family, it was greatly appreciated.

 

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