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Larry D. “Buffy” Clark

Larry Clark

July 2, 1967     ~     November 30, 2014

 

Larry D. “Buffy” Clark, 47, Glasgow, died November 30, 2014, at Norton’s Hospital in Louisville. The son of the late Larry Thomas and Judy Gail Jessie Clark, he was truck driver.

Survivors include one son: Chris Clark of Bowling Green; one sister: Christy Clark Smith of Glasgow; one niece: Corbyn Smith of Glasgow; several aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Funeral services will be held 1:00 p.m. Friday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Vanzant Cemetery. Visitation will be after 3:00 Thursday at the funeral home.


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17 Entries for Larry D. “Buffy” Clark

  1. sara bray says:

    i will miss him and i am so sorry for your loss you all are in my prayers

  2. sandra brown says:

    Anyone who got to be a part of Buffy’s journey through life is truly blessed. He made some very happy moments for everyone he knew and was close to. He will be deeply missed.

  3. Chasity Neal says:

    Buffy was loved by many, he left a huge impact in people lives rather u were family or just a friend. He had good heart and always thought of others…
    You will be missed ?

  4. Chasity Neal says:

    Buffy was loved by many, he left a huge impact in people lives rather u were family or just a friend. He had good heart and always thought of others…
    You will be missed ..

  5. Kim and Thomas Railey says:

    Buffy you will be missed by many. Every person that you have met in your walk of life loves you. I thank you because you were mine and Thomas’s matchmaker. I never will forget you coming to my work and introducing me to your cuz lol. Almost 20 yrs later and were still together. Buffy we all had some good times. You are one of a kind. You have a heart of gold. You were taken from us way to soon but God needed you in Heaven. We love you Buffy and say hi to mama and daddy for me. You always liked talking to my dad about fishing when daddy would pick me up from work and u were waiting on Cindy. We all love u and dont want to let you go but we have to. Rest easy Buff. Love u Cuz. Love Kim and Thomas and Chris and Megan Railey

  6. Peggy boyer says:

    buffy u was a loving part of my time here on earth We laughed and cried and even danced. Thank you making me smile Now you can have that talk with the big guy. Baby smile and rest in peace no more pain. You r truly missed Love you my dear

  7. Jeremy Gumm says:

    Buff, you may be gone but will NEVER be forgotten R.I.P

  8. Threase (Teresa) Stucker says:

    Larry was one of the most positive influences in my life. He always had a smile on his face, kind words to say, and laughter to share. He brought so much joy to so many. I am thankful for having him as my friend in high school. Rest In Peace my friend. You will be truly missed, but your memory will live on forever.

  9. Cliff Barker says:

    My brother. ..words cannot begin to express the years of love and laughs we’ve shared. I will cherish your memories. I will always celebrate your life..not mourn your loss because you will always be with me. I’ll see you again one day. I love you brother.

  10. Beverly Fancher says:

    So sorry Christy to hear this , There is no words that can take the pain of losing a love one away . Well keep you & his son & family in my thoughts & prayers , Buffy was always a big cut up when I was around him , haven’t seen him in years , But reading the rest of theses comments he was still the same R.I.P. Buffy

  11. Cindy Thomas says:

    For so many years, Buffy was the center of my world. He could have me fighting mad one second, and laughing uncontrollably in a matter of seconds. Always said he just had to see that West Virginia look in my eye when I would get mad. These past few days I have been showered with the greatest of memories, things I had not thought of in years, I am so thankful that I have those. We may not have been together, but our bond was not gone, many did not understand that, but we understood it. That’s all that mattered. I am gonna miss talking to him so much, and miss him still trying to sing for me. Christy I am so thankful that he had you, he was so proud of the woman you are. Chris I know has lost so much, but so glad he has those memories also of his Dad.

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  13. Theresa gooden says:

    Buffy you touched me in so many ways…. I’m so glad you got to be Chris’s dad… I couldn’t think of anyone better…. you always treated me like family when I was around…. after all you always called me your little little princess…. really going to miss you Buff… Rest easy… love you!

  14. Jena pace says:

    I am so sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with the family…. Larry was a joy to be around, we worked together for many years, he had special knack to bring you up when your down and make you laugh, love that guy…. He will be missed by many… RIP my friend

  15. Jason Blakley says:

    Buff you were a great one!! You always had that grin and the laugh to go with it!! You loved my kids and they still love you!! I will miss the calls just to see how my kids were doing! Rest easy my brother you will be dearly missed by my family! !!

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