Robbie Clark Obituary, Death – On April 17, 2023, Robert Hulon Clark, who had lived a full life and had reached the age of 94, passed away at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. At the Sebrell Funeral Home in Ridgeland, visitation will begin at ten in the morning on the day of the funeral, which is Tuesday, January 11, 2022.
The 27th of October, 1927 found Mr. Clark being born in Smith County. Both of his parents, E. L. Nathan Clark and Romarie Wallace Clark, had already passed away before he was born. His birth came after their deaths. Mr. Clark was a successful entrepreneur and businessman who owned and operated Hulon’s Drive Inn, Frank’s Baits in Canton, and most recently Ratliff Ferry Trading Post. He was known for his dedication to the success of his businesses. In addition to that, he was the proprietor and manager of these businesses.
Mr. Clark had a deep appreciation for nature and was an enthusiastic hunter. The squirrel was by far his favorite animal to hunt, but he also enjoyed the challenge of taking down deer and rabbits. In addition to that, he was an avid outdoorsman who liked to go camping and travel around the various states in the United States.
He attended the services at the Calvary Baptist Church while he lived in Canton. People will remember him most for the dedicated spouse, loving father, adored grandfather, and caring brother he was. These are the roles that will stand out most in people’s minds when they think of him.
The members of his family who are still alive include his wife, Nina Clark, who lives in Canton; his daughter Kathryn Brown and her husband, Doug Brown, who live in Cypress, Texas; and his grandchildren. There are a significant number of nieces and nephews, as well as a brother named James Fairl who lives in Puckett, a sister named Barbara Jordan who lives in Madison with her husband named Winfred, and so on. Bobbie Rae Clark, Chase Clark, and great-grandchild Jaden Clark of Ft. Worth, Texas; Justin and Kevin Brown of Cypress, Texas; Justin and Kevin Brown of Cypress, Texas. Booger, the beloved Fiest squirrel dog who was his closest friend and companion, also survives him. Booger was his dearest friend.