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Gordon K Clark, WWII Pilot
1999 | Colorado
Gordon K Clark was born in 1922 in Wyoming.... Completed High-School, is White and a Citizen. Keith was working as a sales clerk and living in Jefferson County, Fla. He was still single at enlistment and "Keith" was a Veteran of the Navy Merchant Marine. He enlisted in the Army Air Corp at Ft. CP Blanding, Fla. on 20 Feb. 1944 to become a Pilot who went on the fly Combat in the 310th Bomb Group /MTO. "Keith" passed in 1999.
National WWII Memorial (see link under the Map to the Left)
SERVED WITH THE 12TH AIR FORCE, 57TH BOMB WING, 310TH GROUP, 379TH BOMB SQUADRON.
BRANCH OF SERVICE U.S. Army HOMETOWN Monticello, FL HONORED BY Katie A. Steele, Daughter
In the 1930 Census; /Venice/Sarasota Co./Florida
> Household Members: Name Age
> Robert A Clark 43
> Loura J Clark 47
> Roberth Clark 18
> Robert E Clark 16
> Dorothy Clark 13
> William A Clark 12
> Gordon K Clark 8
> Louisa Hudson 47
GORDON KEITH CLARK Birth: 27 Jan 1922 - Wyoming USA
Marriage: 18 Aug 1947 Death: 01 Jun 1999 (1 Jun 1999) - Grand Junction, Mesa, Colorado, Parents: Robert E Clark, Laura Josephine Norine
Spouse & Children; "Keith" was married on 18 August, 1947 to Anita (Black) Clark; they have a daughter, Katie (Clark) Steele of Grand Junction, Colo.; a son, Calvin of Grand Junction; a sister, Dorothy Clark Dekle of Venice; and three grandchildren. (Keith and Anita also had a daughter Laura Louise Clark ~ 1954-1954 ~)
Keith Clark, 77, a former resident of Venice, died June 7, 1999... He was residing with his family at 81503 Grand Junction, Mesa, Colorado, United States of America. He lived in Venice for 10 years before moving to Monticello. He was a Navy veteran, an AAC Pilot Veteran having served in World War II. He was a retired high school teacher.
Burial and services will be in Colorado. Martin's Mortuary in Grand Junction, Colo.