Samuel W. Clark, age 77, of Edgewater Dr. S. Shenango Twp., Jamestown, PA passed away Friday evening June 14, 2019 in the ER of UPMC Greenville, after suffering an apparent heart attack at home. He was born in Greenville on August 30, 1941 to Joseph W. and Edith V. (Palmiter) Clark. Sam was a 1959 graduate of Pymatuning Joint High School and served in the U.S. Navy, 1959-1963. He retired after 30 years of employment from Teed's Wheel Alignment in Meadville where he worked as a mechanic. For the past eight years, Sam was employed part time at Greenville Auto Parts. He was a Life Member of Jamestown V.F.D., where he served as Fire Chief in the 1970's and was a Past President. He was also a member of Jamestown V.F.W. Post #5424, Jamestown Fireman's Club, Hartstown Pump House #45 and C.L.V.F.D. Station #3. Sam was of the Methodist Faith, and he enjoyed golfing, wood working, hunting and taking care of his yard. On June 11, 1965 he married the former Rose M. McArthur, she survives. Also survivng is his daughter; Ranetta "Lynn" Cyphert and her husband Randy of Conneaut Lake, two sons; Joseph W. Clark and his wife Rebecca of Burghill, OH and Michael A. Clark and his wife Lori of Meadville, three grandchildren; Jarred Hannold, Michael A. Clark, Jr. and Bronwyn Clark and three step-grandchildren; Kiersten Cyphert, Cameron Cyphert and Connor Cyphert. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters; Esther McGill and Virda Tittle and a grandson; Joseph Clark.
Services: A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. June 18 in LOUTZENHISER-RANDALL FUNERAL HOME and CREMATION SERVICES, 416 Liberty St. Jamestown, with Rev. John Hodge, pastor of Jamestown United Methodist Church, officiating. Family and friends may call the funeral home on June 17 from 4-7 p.m. Burial with committal prayers and military honors rendered by Jamestown VFW Honor Guard will be in Park Lawn Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Jamestown V.F.D. P.O. Box 13, Jamestown, PA 16134 or to Jamestown V.F.W. Post #5424 205 Liberty St., Jamestown, PA 16134. Visitors are also welcome to sign the online guest book and view a video tribute at www.loutzenhiserfuneralhome.com
Published on June 17, 2019