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Lemuel Clark

Lemuel Martin "Marty" Clark

Friday, February 10th, 1961 - Tuesday, February 16th, 2021
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Obituary

Winterport- Lemuel “Marty” Martin Clark, 60, died unexpectedly on February 15, 2021, at his home. He was born February 10, 1961, in Bangor, the son of Joshua Martin Clark and Geraldine Ruth (Patterson) Clark.

MSgt (Ret) Lemuel “Marty” Martin Clark was a true patriot who loved God and his country. He began a twenty-one-year honorable and distinguished military career in 1983 with his enlistment in the United States Marine Corps. Upon completion of his service as a Marine, he went on to serve both the Nation and the State of Maine, first in the Maine Army National Guard, and later transitioned to the Maine Air National Guard. His final sixteen years as a MAINEiac were serving initially in the 101st Security Forces Squadron, and then with the 101st Mission Support Flight, where he served as a Production Recruiter. He was later promoted to Recruiting Office Supervisor, the position he held until his retirement in 2005. He worked extensively with Maine youth in a variety of career-oriented programs, in high schools in the Northern two-thirds of Maine. He had a strong relationship with the Junior ROTC programs in several high schools and served as a counselor for Dirigo Boys State at Maine Maritime Academy. Marty knew the balance of being both an airman and a friend. People knew his character immediately with his greeting of a handshake and welcoming smile. He was well known and highly respected. He was a proud veteran with the utmost respect for the United States Flag and all those who served. His decorations included the Army Achievement Medal, Air Force Achievement Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal (with one device), Army Good Conduct Medal, Air Force Good Conduct Medal, and the National Defense Service Medal.

Marty was a humble man who had a kind and warm soul and was the light of the room. He enjoyed cooking for a crowd and was always ready for a lobster feed. Marty was a generous and loyal man, donating his time and resources to family and friends. His quick wit would make anyone smile. Around a campfire, he was known to be a great storyteller. Marty was enamored by his family and loved to share the joys of life with those around him.

Marty was a loving husband, brother, son, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend, he will be dearly missed by those who knew him.

Marty is survived by his loving wife, Kimberly Ann Clark; and their children, Jessica and her husband, Steve, Andrew and significant other, Jerica, Julia and future husband, Ryan, and Joshua; sister, Stephanie Ruth Worster and her husband, Michael, and their children, Kayla and Chad; grandchildren, Connor, Carson, Simon, and Jonah is on the way.

He was predeceased by his father, Joshua Martin Clark, and mother, Geraldine Ruth (Patterson) Clark; uncle Stephen Clark and brother, Steven Joshua Clark.

Due to Covid-19, private funeral services may be conducted by survivors as desired. Interment at Clark Cemetery at a later date. Condolences to the family may be expressed at BrookingsSmith.com.
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Robert Cort

Posted at 01:32pm
Marty worked for Maine Energy for many years. He was a very talented technician, who always spoke well of the people he worked with and his family. He was the type of employee you wish you had ten working here just like him. His smile and his good nature are memorable. I can still remember his deep voice telling us what ever needed to be done, he would make it happen. To Kim and his family we express our deep condolences. He was special, everyone's friend.
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Nancy Patterson

Posted at 07:25am
The happy memories we have of Marty will forever be with us. We are forever grateful for the good times we shared. The sorrow we feel at his passing will also remain with us. So tragic, so sad, so unexplainably sudden. We truly deeply grieve. Uncle Bob and Aunt Nancy
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Carol Craig

Posted at 10:17pm
Marty - this isn't the way things should have been for you. We were going to get together and talk, did you forget? I guess I'll be the one talking and I know you'll be listening. The best years of my military career were working with and for you. I'm so grateful for our friendship and my heart hurts that you are gone ....the only thing that helps is knowing you are at peace and with your mother and father again. I love you my friend - I'll see you again. Carol
Kim, Jess, Andrew, Julia, Josh, Stephanie - you are all in my thoughts and prayers.
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Tony Emerson

Posted at 04:12pm
For 30 years you were the yin to my yang! You were my brother and I will miss you everyday. You were the BEST friend anyone could ever have. RIP Marty...I’ll see you again someday.
Tony
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Amanda G

Posted at 04:11pm
From the first time I met Marty, way back in the day in building 505, I really liked him. He was a quintessential Mainer, had such a great sense of humor, and was always so friendly and outgoing. I enjoyed running into him any time I went into recruiting and I loved listening to his stories. My deepest condolences go to Kim and the rest of Marty’s family.
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