William B. Clark ’34 died on September 14, 2003, in Warren, Maine.
(The following appeared online at ObitsforLife.com)
William B. Clark, 92, died Sunday after a long illness. Born here, August 9, 1911, he was a son of Erastus B. and Nancy Lane Clark. He was educated in local schools and was a 1929 graduate of Warren High School. He later attended Bowdoin College in Brunswick.
He lived a brief time in Boston before being inducted into the U.S. Army where he served during World War II. Returning to civilian life after the war, he moved to Greenwich Village, New York, where he practiced the art of silk screening.
Living in New York City gave Mr. Clark the opportunity to follow several life interest including theater and music.
His family stated that Mr. Clark was a self-educated man who was an avid reader.
After retiring, he moved to Thomaston and for several years ran an antique shop in Warren.
He loved animals and kept many dogs and cats. He enjoyed roasting turkey for those pets on Thanksgiving and Christmas each year.
Mr. Clark is survived by his brother, Merrill Clark of Warren; one nephew Philip Clark and his wife Elizabeth of Brunswick; three great nieces, Kristen Driscoll and her husband Dan of Westbrook, CT, Lauren Richardson and her husband Michael of Lisbon Falls, Gretchen Clark of Los Angeles, CA; two great-great nephews and one great-great niece.