Frederick Gerald (Joe) Clark, beloved brother, uncle, cousin and friend to all was freed from his mortal body on Friday, April 5, 1991 in Salt Lake City at the age of 60 after a life long valiant struggle with muscular dystrophe.

His patience, outgoing sense of humor and courage were admired and enjoyed by everyone. Joe never walked in his lifetime, but he busied himself in radio work, tape collecting, artwork, cartooning, reading and leather work. For several years he had his own special radio talk show which included old time radio programs and had one of the largest collections of old time serials in the State. Joe was gifted with a brilliant mind.Graduated from high school and completed an art course from Art Instruction School of Art in Chicago. Joe was born in Salt Lake City on February 21, 1931 to George F. and Nora Emily Randall Clark.

Survived by his loyal caretaker and sister, Verla Clark Hoggan; nieces and nephews, Julie Hoggan, Janet and Ben Wilkerson, Randall C. and Lorrie Hoggan and dear friends Stephen Topham, Dori and Glenn Anderson and several loving cousins. Preceded in death by his mother, father, baby brother, stepmother, Mary Clark and brother-in-law, Dean C. Hoggan.

Memorial service will be held Wednesday, 2 p.m., April 10,1991 at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary Chapel, 3401 S. Highland Drive, where friends may call one hour prior to services. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.

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