Peter A. Clark
August 16, 1924 - May 9, 2020
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Peter A. Clark, age 95, of Menasha, WI, was called to the loving arms of his Lord on Saturday, May 9, 2020, at Theda Clark Medical Center, Neenah, WI. Peter was born August 16, 1924, to the late Peter P. and Mary (Frederick) Clark. He was a 1942 Menasha High School graduate and served his…

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Dave and Jennifer left a message on May 17, 2020:
It was our good fortune to live next to Pete and Millie for over a decade on 11th St. A generation older than us, we would have frank conversations that in someways they were more parental figures to us than neighbors. Many great conversations over the backyard fence discussing the world's problems or analyzing Packer games. They took good care of us. As working people, we would come home and our yard would be raked or mowed or perhaps the snow would be shoveled. Occasional cookouts, and so generous with sharing their wisdom, care and concern. They truly made a lasting impact on our lives. Our sincere condolences. Dave Sebora, Jennifer McGuire.
Dave and Jennifer left a message on May 17, 2020:
It was our good fortune to live next to Pete and Millie for over a decade on 11th St. A generation older than us, we would have frank conversations that in someways they were more parental figures to us than neighbors. Many great conversations over the backyard fence discussing the world's problems or analyzing Packer games. They took good care of us. As working people, we would come home and our yard would be raked or mowed or perhaps the snow would be shoveled. Occasional cookouts, and so generous with sharing their wisdom, care and concern. They truly made a lasting impact on our lives. Our sincere condolences. Dave Sebora, Jennifer McGuire.
Cari Lendrum left a message on May 14, 2020:
I have such fond memories of Pete when he was our neighbor on 11th Street in Neenah. He was tidy and cared so much about his yard and often helped neighbors taking their trash cans back up. I was so sad when they moved. Two favorite memories I have of him. Once he came outside in early spring when the snow and ice was melting in the street and storm gutters. He and I both happily cracked and removed ice on our street together to help the melt-off have some where to go. We both had fun doing it - like goodbye winter! The other precious memory I have is him coming to my dad's funeral. He didn't even know my dad and for him to show up was so touching to me that I swore I would never miss a funeral, even if I just knew one of the kids. I was so grateful to him. He truly was "salt of the earth".
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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