Clark, Joey Douglas
Birth: 5-28-1955
Death: 3-3-2021
Comments: Metal funeral home marker at time of survey
Burial: Midway Cemetery
Notes: Originally recorded in a survey on 4-1-2021 and updated on .
Obituary: Joey Douglas Clark died peacefully on March 2, 2021 in Little Rock at the age of 65. Joey is survived by his wife of 39 years Veronica, of Little Rock and his two sons, Christopher, 36, of Fayetteville and Brian, 33, of Little Rock and his brother and brother-in-law Alan Clark and Joe Sturgill of Hot Springs. He had two granddaughters from Chris and Jenna, London and Sydney. He is also survived by brother-in-law, Gary Wilson with niece, Jessica and nephew, Jacob, brother-in-law, Terry Wilson with nieces, Serena and Larissa and sister-in-law Tammy Wilson and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Joey was born on May 28, 1955 in Hope, Arkansas to Gradie and Inez Clark. He graduated from Southern Arkansas University and went on to earn a master's degree in Organic Chemistry from the University of Arkansas Little Rock in 1982. He was employed by the Arkansas Department of Health as a Senior Chemist in the ADH PHL Organics Unit. He married Veronica in July of 1981. A walk-through visitation is scheduled for Friday, March 5 from 4:00-8:00pm at Roller-Chenal Funeral Home, with a graveside service to follow on Saturday, March 6 at Midway Cemetery in Prescott, AR. Reverend Gene Ross will be officiating the service. Pallbearers will be Gary Wilson, Terry Wilson, Mike Ross, Steve Avery, Scott Avery, and Tom Calhoun. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Joey's life.

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