Philip Clark

Obituary of Philip L. Clark

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NORTH BANGOR – A graveside service with military honors for Philip L. Clark, 73, will be held Saturday (Oct. 16th) at 11 a.m. at the Moira Cemetery with the Rev. Bentley McQuinn presiding. A time of visitation will be held Friday (Oct. 15th) from 4-7at the Flint Funeral Home, Moira. Philip was born June 18, 1948, in St Regis Falls the son of Milon & Nellie (Hart) Clark, Sr. He attended school locally in St. Regis Falls. Philip was a United States Army Veteran serving from 1961-1974, then the Army Reserves from 1976-1986. On July 13, 1974, Philip united into marriage with Cindy St. Hillaire at the North Bangor United Methodist Church. For over 25 years Philip worked as an Environmental Aide for the Alice Hyde Medical Center. Philip was a family man who loved every moment he spent with his family, friends especially his grandchildren. He also was up to a good challenge whether it be a crossword game, tinkering on bicycles or restoring his beautiful 1957 Lincoln Premier. Treasured memories will be forever in the hearts of his wife Cindy, and his children Barry (Lisa) Clark, Sr. of North Bangor, Jamie Clark of Saranac Lake, Chad (Brianne) Clark of North Bangor, Sarah (Kevin) Baker of Burke, as well as his chosen children Anton Wilkins of New York City, and Latiise Wilkins of Philadelphia, PA. His grandchildren Molly Clark, Barry Joe Clark, Jr, Benjamin Clark, Samuel Clark, Kasey Clark, Abygail Clark, Lani Clark, Lauryn Clark, and Gracie Ann Baker survive him. He is also survived by six siblings Donald (Kit) Clark, of Florida, Robert (Dolores) Clark of St. Regis Falls, Sharon Edie of California, Ronald (Darlene) Clark, Sr. of Brasher, Dale (Joyce) Clark, of Dickinson Ctr, Brian (Cathy) Clark of Nicholville along with many nieces nephews and cousins. Besides his parents Philip is predeceased by a brother Milon Clark, Jr. and his mother-in-law and father-in-law George and Eleanor St. Hillaire. Memorial Contributions may be made in Philips's honor to the Bangor Vol. Fire and EMS Please take a moment to reach out to the family at to share a special memory or a condolence.