Dale W. Clark

Oct 2, 2017
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Private family graveside services will take place at Garden of Memories Cemetery with military rites by Evansdale AMVETS Post #31 and Iowa Army National Guard Honor Guard




Garden of Memories Cemetery


Eastern Iowa Honor Flight or Evansdale AMVETS Post #31


Dale W. Clark, 92, of Waterloo, Iowa, died at his home Monday, October 2, 2017.


He was born January 2, 1925 in Hubbard, Iowa, son of Wilbur and Goldena Mossman Clark.


Dale married Margery A. Smuck on November 5, 1948 at the Little Brown Church in Nashua; she died September 25, 2015.


He worked at John Deere, then Armour Fertilizer Works, later at the Standard Service Station in Evansdale, Iron Workers Union, and also drove for C&S Car Co., Holdiman Motors and Advanced Heat Treat.


Dale served in the United States Army with the 112th Calvary during WW II.


He is survived by three daughters: Peggy (Buck) Buchwald and Jeanne Lucas, both of Waterloo, and Kathy (Jim) Miller of Cedar Falls; two sons, Dave (Jodi) Clark of Waterloo and Bob Clark of Florida; nine grandchildren; six great‑grandchildren; one great‑great grandson; a sister, Shirley Morton of Webster City, Iowa and a brother in law, Charles Smuck Jr. of Iowa Falls.


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  1. henry and ruth berry | Oct 04, 2017
    sorry to hear about dale. known him for many years as a neighbor. Him and marge always talked to us as we rode our bikes past your house. our prayers with you and your family. 

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