Darrell Clark

Obituary of Darrell Edward Clark

Darrel “Eddie” Edward Clark, 72, of Palm Bay, Florida born April 28, 1951, passed away November 10, 2023, at Holmes Regional Medical Center in Melbourne, Florida. He was preceded in death by his mother Bernice Hunt Clark and Ivan James Clark of LeRoy, West Virginia.

He is survived by his wife Betty Jane Bauserman Stevens Clark of Palm Bay, FL; daughter Summer Clark Landers of Cross Lanes, WV and son-in-law Jonathan Landers of Cross Lanes, WV, stepdaughter Krystal Broy and son-in-law Chad Broy of Oxford, FL, stepdaughter Kelly Lescarbeau and son-in-law Leo Lescarbeau of Palm Bay, FL, sister Shirley Clark Joseph and brother-in-law Jerry Joseph of Ohio, sister Wanda Clark Weng and bother-in-law Kenny Weng of Pelham, AL, brother Garry Clark and sister-in-law Carolyn Clark of LeRoy, WV.

Darrel’s pride and joy was his grandchildren.  He is survived by his grandsons Jonathan (Brittany) Landers and his stepson Conner Snodgrass of Nitro, WV, Leon Landers and Payton Landers of Cross Lanes, WV, Nikolas Lescarbeau of Palm Bay, FL and Preston Broy of Oxford, FL, granddaughter Milania Broy and great granddaughter Cardelia Landers of Nitro, WV.

He was born and raised in LeRoy, WV and attended Poca High School, Poca, WV and served two years in the US Army in Texas. He worked for 20 years as a CNA and Rehab Therapist at the Palms Rehabilitative and Healthcare Center in Palm Bay, FL and always helping others on his days off.

He celebrated his faith in God at Melbourne Church of Christ in West Melbourne, FL.

He was truly an extraordinary man and will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing and loving him. His legacy of love, family bonds, honor, sense of humor, and how to make the most out of life here on earth will long be remembered.
In honoring his wishes, a burial Ceremony with family and friends will take place at a later date in West Viginia.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to St Jude Children’s Research Hospital or Tunnel of Towers Foundation.

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