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Dr. Clark was preceded in death in 1988 by his wife, Eleanor, who assisted him in his work throughout his career. Though not originally trained as a scientist, she was a very bright woman who learned not only the basic science, but also the intricacies of writing grant and patent applications.

He is survived by his daughter, Susan Clark Wooley, and granddaughter, Laura Wooley; daughter, Joan Tornow, son-in-law, John Tornow, and grandsons, Nick and Alex Tornow; daughter, Linda Noyes, son-in-law, Dave Noyes, and grandson, David Friend; daughter, Becky Clark, and grandson, Chris Gerrard; and younger brother, Woodums Clark. The Tornows live in Takoma, Washington, and the Wooleys, Noyes, and Clarks live in Cincinati, Ohio.

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