Randolph Clark

Randolph David Clark

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Randolph David “Randy” Clark, age 58, passed away as the result of an apparent
heart attack on Monday, December 14, 2020. He was born on December 7, 1962
to David and Sharon (nee Berndt) Clark. He attended West Bend West High School
in West Bend, Wisconsin.

Randy was an avid Amateur Radio operator, K9VHF. He enjoyed deer hunting
season and generously gifted deer sausage to his family at Christmas time. Randy
had a special love for animals and over the years he rescued ferrets, cats, and
most recently three dogs—Roxy, Woody, and Winnie. Randy’s dogs were his
constant companions, traveling with him in his truck wherever he went. He
treated his pets as cherished members of his family.

Randy worked as a refrigeration fitter and was a member of Steamfitters Local

Randy is survived by his parents, David and Sharon Clark; sister Vicki Clark (Lynn
Lemberger); brother Scott Clark (Rachel Waymel); aunts and uncles Marvin Jr. and
Beverly Berndt, Katherine and Donald Uttech, and other relatives and friends.

Randy is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Fred and Sally Clark, and
maternal grandmother, Leona Berndt; his dog, Roxy and his beloved ferret, Tia.

Due to Covid restrictions, a private family service will be held. Interment will take
place at Holy Angels Cemetery in West Bend, Wisconsin..

Memorials are apprecitaed to the animal rescue of your choice.
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Tony Polizzi

Posted at 03:32pm
I was very sad when my Brother told me of Randy’s passing. He was one of my closest friends during high school and I would go to his home to catch-up when visiting Wisconsin. My thoughts are with his family during this difficult time.
Rest In Peace my friend.

Dave Miller

Posted at 03:37pm
In saddened to hear of the passing of Randy. He was a close friend of mine from high school and beyond. We shared many memories and years deer hunting, playing cards , snowmobiling and enjoying the company of friends we shared. I'm very sorry for your loss. And know that Randy's memories will never be forgotten most sincerely Dave Miller

Anne Stevenson

Posted at 10:23am
Clark family, My heart is with you on the death of Randy. As a friend of Vicki's since the Holy Angels School days, I am heartbroken for all of you. I keep you all in my prayers and the "choir girls" will keep surrounding Vicki with our love!

Anne Stevenson Posted at 10:24am

Love, Anne Hupfer (Stevenson)

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