Obituary of Rick Clark
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Richard Allen Clark, known to friends and family as “Rick” or “Dickie”, passed away on March 18, 2023 at the age of 63 in Lake Havasu City, AZ. Rick was born in Springfield, OH on December 18, 1959 to Charles Clark and Margaret Gossett (Womack). He moved to Lake Havasu City in 1983 and spent most of his early years in Lake Havasu City working at Fisher Ford. He and his first love, Linda, later opened Rick Clark’s Automotive 1993 and is still in operation today. Rick’s current love, Sheryl Davis, spent the last 20 years with him. Rick enjoyed working on and collecting vehicles, riding his Harley, playing on a pool league and helping those in need. He spent quite a bit of time on the lake and 4x4’ing around our desert in his younger years. He was known around town as the life of the party and always had a drink in each hand; typically a beer and Crown Royal XR (Xtra Rare) which Rick was (extra rare). Rick loved Crown Royal XR so much that he named his latest dog XR. Richard is preceded in death by his parents Charles Clark and Margaret Gossett (Womack), his sister Cheryl A. Beebe (Clark) and his brother Charles L. Clark. He is survived by his daughter Monica J. Moffit (Clark), son-in-law Duane Moffit, grandson Morgan Moffit, granddaughter Mackenzie Moffit along with nieces Candy McNall (Beebe), Heather Williams (Clark), Krista Neal (Clark), Michelle Rios (Law), Valerie Harriman, September Harriman, and nephews Shawn Beebe, Leland Clark, Michael Law, Bobby Clark and great nieces and nephews in Colorado, Missouri, Indiana and Georgia. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the River Riders Motorcycle club for their annual Toys for Tots run, or have a meal in his honor at his favorite restaurant, Four Clovers.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Rick Clark, please visit Tribute Store
Celebration of Life
Saturday, April 15, 2023
Rick Clark's Auto
1585 Industrial Blvd, # A
Lake Havasu City, Arizona, United States
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