James L. Clark Jr.



James L. Clark Jr., age 74 of Lowell, MI passed away Monday, Dec 14 at his home. He previously resided in Pekin, IL, Silver Creek, GA, Ravenna, OH, and South Beloit, IL and is originally from Smyrna, GA. James was preceded in death by his wife, Stephanie; parents, James L. Clark Sr., and Billie White; and sister, Peggy. He is survived by his daughter, Lori (Brent) Ashcroft; and two grandchildren, Sydney, and Brady Ashcroft. James also leaves behind his beloved dogs, Tux and Baloo. He had a long career first as a Maintenance Manager and then as Plant Engineer at Sonoco Products, Smurfit-Stone Container Corp, and Graphic Packaging International. He was a former Staff Sergeant / Strike Command in the U.S. Air Force (1966-1970). James enjoyed his dogs, his Corvette, coin collecting, Georgia football games and NASCAR races. The immediate family will hold private services at a later date. Interment will be held at South Beloit, IL.

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10 Responses

  1. You gave me many memories and shared knowledge with me that I use everyday. Rest easy Jim.

  2. Jim was loved by many
    He will be missed and thought of often. It’s hard to wrap my mind the fact that he is no longer with us. Thank you for the joy you brought to my life. I have a lot of fond memories. All our trips to the mountains, trips to the beach and all the nascar races we attended. So thankful for the three months I came and spent with you and your family. These are memories I will forever cherish.
    Fly High and Rest Easy. Know you are loved and forever in our hearts

  3. My fellow Sagittarius.. always wished each other best wishes!! Soar w/ the angels..

  4. Oh Georgia, how you will be missed. Your southern voice will always ring in my ears. Be in peace my friend. Blessings to your family as you will be missed.

  5. You will be truly missed, thank you for being 5here when I needed you!!!! Heaven is getting another angel.

  6. You are in our thoughts and prayers, we will miss Jim, My son learned so much from him and was privileged to be treated like one of his own kids,We will miss you Jim!

  7. Such a wonderful man. I have been cutting his hair for years and he always put a smile on my face. Will be missed dearly. Sending prayers to your family!

  8. A beautiful being inside and out. Honest and frank. I love your honesty. Lover of life and family Thank you for your beautiful memories. You are the sunshine I see creeping on my window each morning. You are the sunset full of life’s great fullness. I will always admire your person. You always hold great love for those closest to you. You will always be cherished and greatly missed My Sagittarius seeker of truth, king of adventure, sing and dance of the victory. Till we meet again.

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