Barbara L. Clark

1958 - 2020

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Barbara L. Clark, 62, of Rudolph, passed away on Friday, November 6, 2020, at the Wood County Hospital, Bowling Green. She was born on June 13, 1958, in Fostoria to Manuel and Barbara (Seibert) Swope. She was married to Arnold C. Clark for 46 years, and he preceded her in death on May 31, 2020. Barb is survived by her sons: Arnold (Jessi) Clark of Jerry City and Jacob (Christina) Clark of Vero Beach, FL; step-daughters: Tammy Clark of Van Buren, IN and Monica Mathers of Arcadia; sisters: Carol (Larry) Roth of Fayette, OH, Sandy Harmon of Wayne and Mattie Swope of Bradner; 9 grandchildren: Paige, Logan, Payton, Jorden, Elias, Izsak, Billy, Stephanie and Jack; and 4 great-grandchildren. A celebration of life service will be held at 1:30 p.m., Sunday, November 22, 2020 at Basic Truth Church, Cygnet. Arrangements are entrusted to SMITH-CRATES FUNERAL HOME, North Baltimore. Memorial contributions may be made to the Wood County Humane Society and/or Basic Truth Church, Cygnet. Online condolences may be expressed at www.smithcrates.com.


Service Information

  • Celebration of Life:

    Sunday, November 22nd 2020 - 1:30 PM

  • Service Location:

    Basic Truth Church [Map]
    12389 Tank Farm Rd
    Cygnet, Ohio 43413

  • Final Resting Place:

    [Map]

  • Contributions:

    Wood County Humane Society -
    For Online Donations, please select above link.
    801 Van Camp Road
    Bowling Green, OH 43402

    Basic Truth Christian Church -
    12233 Tank Farm Road
    Cygnet, Ohio 43413

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To : Clark Family
Date :Tuesday, November 10th 2020
From : Irene Patten
My heartfelt condolences to the entire family. Barb was a strong woman and I had the privilege of knowing her for a very long time. She will be missed but I know she is in a better place where she no longer has to battle the things of this earth.



To : Clark Family
Date :Tuesday, November 10th 2020
From : Vesta Patton
So sorry to hear of Barb's passing but know she is back with Arnold. She fought a long hard battle and never complained. She always had a smile on her face and hug if you needed it. We will truly miss her but God has welcomed her home with joy.



To : fAMILY
Date :Tuesday, November 10th 2020
From : AL BRETZ
MISSED SOMEYHING HERE DIDNOT KNOW BIG ARN PASSED. HIS WIFE WAS A SWEET LADY.




To : Clark family
Date :Tuesday, November 10th 2020
From : Ruggles and Merwin family
So sorry for your loss. We hope that God will surround and comfort all of you in this time of healing, sadness and sorrow. Barb was a great lady and will always be in our hearts!!



To : The Clark Family
Date :Wednesday, November 11th 2020
From : Krista Johnson
I am so sorry to hear about Barb's passing. She was the friendliest person and always wore a beautiful smile. She was always so strong and positive during her fight. She will be greatly missed. Prayers to all of you.



To : The Clark Family
Date :Wednesday, November 11th 2020
From : Amanda Webster
My condolences to the “Clark Family.” Barb was such a sweet woman & cared so much for others. Arnold & Barb were the nicest couple & were always very kind.




To : The Clark Family
Date :Friday, November 13th 2020
From : Joey Trimpey
Your parents were very special. They loved each other deeply and they touched every person that crossed their path with their sense of humor, kindness, and loving nature. They will both be missed dearly. Barb had a wonderful smile and a caring heart. May you find peace knowing that they were loved deeply by their friends.



To : Arney and Jessie and family
Date :Tuesday, November 17th 2020
From : Carol Lehman
So sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.



To : The Clark and Swope families
Date :Sunday, November 22nd 2020
From : Trina Lause Hagemyer
Sending sincere condolences during this sad time. Barb was so kind and sweet. Joe and I enjoyed playing golf with Barb and Arnie some years back. Keep happy times and good memories close to your heart during tough time.

Joe & Trina Hagemyer



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