|Roy Edward Clark
CPL - Army - Selective Service, 198th Light Infantry Brigade
23 year old Single, Caucasian, Male
Born on 03/22/46
From Culloden, West Virginia
His tour of duty began on 01/15/69
Casualty was on 05/24/69 in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam
Hostile, Ground Casualty, Artillery, Rocket, or Mortar
Body was recovered. Religion: Baptist
Panel 24W - Line 93
Born 22 Mar 1946 in Putnam Co.,
Son of Lawrence Willard Clark &
Mazy Ann Woodard.
Burial 7 Jun 1969 in Culloden
Cemetery, Culloden, Cabell Co., WV.
Pfc. Clark Dies In Battle
CULLODEN, W. Va.--Army Pfc. Roy Edward Clark, 23, of Culloden
Rt. 1, was killed in Vietnam May 24, it was reported Wednesday.
He had been stationed there for four months.
Funeral services for Pfc. Clark will be conducted Saturday at 2
p.m. at Ball's Branch United Baptist Church at Culloden by the
Rev. C. C. McClellan. Burial will be in Culloden Cemetery
following military services at the graveside.
Born March 22, 1946 in Putnam County, he as a son of Mrs. Mazy
Woodard Clark of Culloden Rt. 1 and the late Lawrence Clark. A
graduate of Hurricane High School, he entered the service in
Additional survivors include two sisters, Irene and Mary Ann
Clark, at home; a brother, Robert L. Clark of South Charleston;
the paternal grandmothers, Mrs. Nora Clark of Huntington, and
the maternal grandmother, Mrs. Maggie Woodard of Culloden.
Friends may call at the Allen Funeral Home at Hurricane after 4
The Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Thursday Morning, June 5, 1969
Army Pfc. Roy Edward Clark, 23, of Culloden Rt. 1, who was
killed in Vietnam, will be buried in the Culloden Cemetery
following funeral services Saturday at 2 p.m. at Ball's Branch
United Baptist Church at Culloden. The body has been taken from
the Allen Funeral Home at Hurricane to the residence.
The Herald-Dispatch, Friday Morning, June 6, 1969
ARMY PFC. ROY EDWARD CLARK, 23, of Culloden Rt. 1, at 2 p.m.
Ball's Branch United Baptist Church at Culloden; Culloden
The Herald-Dispatch, Saturday Morning, June 7, 1969