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Everett

Michael E. Clark, 52, of Everett passed away at his residence on May 14, 2020.

He was born on April 25, 1968, in Bristol, the son of Paul A. Clark Jr. and Beverly A. (Millin) Clark of Everett.

Along with his parents, he is survived by three children: Harley Lauver, married to Clinton Lauver of Etta; Dylan Clark, U.S. Air Force, stationed at Mountain Home AFB in Mountain Home, Idaho; Timothy Clark, who resides at home, and the mother of their children, Christina (Williams) Clark of Crystal Spring; two brothers: Paul A. Clark III and wife, Sharon (Yokum), of Chaneysville, and Jeffrey L. Clark, and wife Kelly (Karns) Clark of Everett; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

He had two siblings who preceded him in death, Beth Ann and Shane L Clark.

Upon graduation from Everett High School in 1986, he entered the Air Force, taking his basic training at Lackland AFB in Texas. After completing basics he went to Chanute AFB, IL, training as a missile tech. He was then stationed at Griffiths AFB in Rochester, N.Y. His career field was being downsized and he was given the option to cross-train. He went to Kessler AFB in Biloxi, Miss., to be trained as a weather tech. Upon completing the training, he was stationed at Fort Sill, in Lawton, Okla.

After 11 years serving his country he decided to retire from the military. They lived in Oklahoma for a number of years and then returned to the Everett area. He worked at Columbia Gas Transmissions in Artemas. After several years, he moved on to work for Enbridge Gas Transmissions as a valve specialist, where he worked until his death.

Michael enjoyed deer hunting and playing computer games with his family. He was a devoted father with a strong desire to provide for his family. He had several cats that were very special to him.

Graveside services will be held on Saturday, May 23, 2020, at 1 p.m. at the cemetery on the family farm. Family and friends are welcome to attend.

Arrangements are entrusted to Akers Funeral Home in Everett. Online condolences may be express at www.akersfuneralhome.com.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to a church or charity of your choice.

Thank you, to each and everyone who has reached out to us, in love and support during this most difficult time.

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