Allen (Junior) Clark age 90 of Sargent passed away March 16, 2020 in Broken Bow, NE after a short illness. Allen was born December 25, 1929 in Round Valley, NE to Allen C. and Louisa J. (Daugherty) Clark. He attended Round Valley School K-9 and received his GED while serving in the Army.
He was united in marriage to Margie L. Slagle on August 10, 1952. He was drafted into the Army March 1953, served in Germany and was honorably discharged March 1955. After returning from serving our country he was involved with construction for several years. In January 1963, the family moved to a farm east of Sargent where he was involved in farming and livestock. He retired in 1990 but stayed involved with the farm until poor health six months ago.
Allen is survived by his wife of 67 years, Margie of Broken Bow, son Allen “Butch” Clark of Broken Bow, daughter Trish (Gary) Rupp of North Platte, son Don (Kim) Clark of Sargent; Grandchildren Kyle (Debra) Rupp of Kearney, Kristina (Andrew) Spracklin of Kearney, Jacob Clark of Kearney, Rebecca Clark (Cory Frank) of Madison, WI; sister-in-law Georgia Kuklish and Louise Clark; and numerous nieces and nephews; great-grandchildren Kynlee, Ember, Adalyn Rupp and Colin Spracklin.
Allen is preceded in death by his parents, three brothers Dale, Gale, and Darrel; two sisters Amy (infant) and Edna; foster son Joe Willhoit; nephew Johnny Campbell; in-laws Raymond and Lilas Slagle; sister-in-law Irene Clark; brother-in-law John Campbell.
Graveside service and burial with Military Honors will be Saturday, March 21, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. at the Mt. Hope Cemetery near Sargent, NE with Rev. Wayne Hasselquist and Danny Clark officiating. Visitation will be Friday, March 20, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Govier Brothers Mortuary in Broken Bow, NE. An online register book can be signed for words of encouragement or remembrance at www.govierbrothers.com. Govier Brothers Mortuary/Arnold Funeral Home/Mullen Funeral Home will comply with the CDC. We sincerely encourage each person to make your decision whether to attend a service or visitation based on the best interest of your health and that of your community.