Obituary of Daniel W. Clark
Watertown, Jefferson, NY
September 25, 1998

Daniel W. Clark
St. Lawrence Explosives.
Theresa. Daniel W. Clark, 44, of 40210 Vrooman Hill Road, was pronounced dead Wednesday afternoon at Albany Medical Center at Selkirk. He suffered a probable heart attack while at a work site in Selkirk with St. Lawrence Explosives of Adams.

Before becoming employed by St. Lawrence Explosives in 1991, Mr. Clark was a milk hauler and tractor-trailer driver. From 1974 until 1985, he worked for St. Joe Minerals, Balmat. At one time he was employed at t he St. Lawrence University Stables, Canton. Following high school, he worked on farms in the Norwood and Norfolk area.

He enjoyed hunting.

Born Sept. 30, 1953, in Potsdam, son of Robert H. and Doris Martin Clark, he attended Norwood-Norfolk Central School. A first marriage ended in divorce. He married Barbara L. Klock on June 1, 1985, at Antwerp.

Surviving besides his wife and his mother, now of Chase Mills, are three sons, Daniel II, Philip and Joseph, all of Norwood; a daughter, Nicole Clark, Norwood; a sister, Joan Clark, Chase Mills; five brothers, James and Randy, both of Norfolk, John and Thomas, both of Chase Mills, and Robert, Madrid; two stepgrandchildren, and aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.

The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Green Funeral Home, Gouverneur, with the Rev. Alan D. Kinney, pastor of the Gouverneur First United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Oxbow Cemetery.

Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.

Additional Information:
Obituary found on Line Family Tree of Norman J. Young

Daniel W. Clark married Barbara L. Klock (Henry Alvin, George Henry, Bates Aaron, Luther, John J. Jr., John J., Johannes J. and Hendrick Klock) on June 1, 1985, at Antwerp, New York. His first marriage ended in divorce. Daniel and Barbara had three sons, Daniel II, Philip and Joseph, and a daughter, Nicole.

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