George S. Clark
Memorial services for George Stanley Clark, 52, Clearview City, were Tuesday, Jan. 24, at De Soto United Methodist Church. He was cremated.
Mr. Clark died Thursday, Jan. 19, 2006.
He was born June 9, 1953, the son of Stanley and Vivian Lancaster Clark.
He spent his entire life in the Kansas City area except for a short time while he worked for Southwestern Bell Corporation in San Antonio, Texas.
Mr. Clark spent many years working as a licensed practical nurse in many of the local hospitals.
He was a member, lay leader and choir member of the De Soto United Methodist Church and a member of Gardner Lodge No. 65 AF&AM of Kansas. He was past district deputy grand master of district No. 5 AF&AM of Kansas, a 13-year member/volunteer for the Overland Park volunteer fire department, president of Johnson County Emergency Medical Services Training Officers Association, former member of the Johnson County Fire Academy Board and former chairman of the Wyandotte County Chapter of Red Cross-Nursing Division.
Mr. Clark was the first certified disaster shelter nurse for Wyandotte County Red Cross and he taught cardiopulmonary resuscitation for the American Heart Association for more than 20 years.
Survivors include two sisters, Nancy Taulbee and Sara Leeper.
The family suggests memorials to a fund set up in his name at the church, 8760 Kill Creek Road, De Soto 66018.