John K. Clark

1960 ∼ 2019

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John K. Clark, age 58, died peacefully on July 28th after a lengthy battle with cancer.

John grew up in East Bridgewater, son of the late Thomas and Doris (MacPhail) Clark. He was a graduate of Cardinal Spellman High School, Class of 1979. After high school, he settled in Brockton where he raised his children. John loved working and was a longtime employee of the Brockton Bakery Outlet. His kids loved when he worked at the bakery as he often brought home delicious cakes and raspberry swirls. John was a true New England Sports fan and was happiest when he was with his children and grandchildren.

John was the  devoted father of Jessica A. Casswell of ME, John K. Clark and his wife Noelle of Wareham, Michael J. Clark and his wife Christina of East Bridgewater, Melissa A. DeMoura and husband Antone of Brockton, Thomas M. Clark and wife Stephanie of Brockton, and Timothy R. Clark of Middleboro. He was the loving “Papa” of 15 and brother of Cathy Flanagan of Rockland, David Clark of Plymouth, and the late Thomas Clark of NH. Nephew  of his dear Aunt Kay Lunt if Shrewsbury. All services for John will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to American Cancer Society P.O. Box 22478 Oklahoma City, OK 73123 


American Cancer Society P.O. Box 22478 Oklahoma City, OK 73123

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John K. Clark

1960 ∼ 2019

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