SMITHVILLE, TX — Norman Ray Clark passed away peacefully in his sleep Sunday, June 23, 2019, in Smithville, Texas. He was born March 6, 1944, in Dallas, Texas, to Norman and Genevieve Main Clark, of Hamilton, Texas.
Norman was preceded in death by his parents, sister, Janice Clark Belvin, of Clifton, and two children, Jason Ray Clark, and Silvia Clark. He is survived by two daughters, Shayla DaNell Clark, of Muldoon, Texas, and Nell Warrick, of Queen Creek, Ariz., her husband, Steve, and children, Danny, Katie, Kellie, Brady, Megan and Abby, and a nephew, Troy Belvin, of Ft Worth, Texas.
Norman made a career with EDS as a computer programmer, and later established two businesses. He lived in Alamosa, for almost 30 years. He moved to Clifton Texas, living near his sister, Janice, and brother-in-law, EJ Belvin for the past few years.
He loved his family, enjoyed playing golf, watching all sports on TV, and time spent hiking and fishing.
A memorial service will be held in Hamilton, Texas on Saturday, June 29,2019 at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church and another Memorial Service will be planned in the San Luis Valley at some point in the future. Correspondence can be made with Norm’s daughter, Shayla Clark at 788 N FM 609, Muldoon, TX 78949.