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Clark Miller

CLARK VANDERSALL MILLER age 68, beloved husband for 43 years of Beth Ann (nee White); loving father of Adam of Willoughby Hills and Abby Bloch (husband Noah) of Lyndhurst; devoted grandfather of Lane, Grady and Dax; cherished son of the late Harry (former principal of Brush High School) and Mary Louise (nee Knouff); dearest brother of Harry, Jr. (wife Velma) and Marna; dear uncle and great-uncle of many.

Contributions may be made in memory of Clark to American Lung Association 6100 Rockside Woods Blvd. N, Suite 260, Independence, OH 44131.

Clark was born on February 2, 1949 in Painesville and passed away on April 6, 2017. He was a resident of Lyndhurst for 68 years. Clark was a U.S. Air Force Vietnam Veteran. He graduated from Brush High School in 1967 where he participated in football, track and wrestling. He graduated from Kent State University in 1976. Clark was the Senior Vice President for the V Group and later started his own company, Miller Restoration. Clark loved golf and was an avid Cleveland sports and OSU fan. He adored his grandchildren and loved to spend time with his family. Clark will be remembered most as a generous, strong-willed, determined and loving family man. He will be greatly missed.

All services private. Cremation by DeJohn Crematory. Arrangements by THE DeJOHN-FLYNN-MYLOTT FUNERAL HOME OF WILLOUGHBY HILLS.

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  1. Michael Occhionero :

    Beth, Adam, and Abby

    Jamie just sent me the notice of Clark’s passing. I was shocked but I was immediately flooded with a thousand memories….all good….that brought a smile to my face and that warmed my heart. Life was so different in the 90’s when we were all just trying to get by and raise our families. As I understand there will be no services, please accept this note as a symbol of my great respect for Clark and your whole family. I always regarded Clark as a good friend. Mr O

  2. Mike Picciano :

    My deepest condolences to you Beth and the whole family.

  3. I have extremely fond and lasting memories of Uncle Clark — from the earlier years of going snake hunting on the golf cart at grandpa’s house, being invited to stay at your place in Cleveland the night before going to a Browns and/or Indians game, and of course, Abbey’s and Adam’s weddings. I’m disappointed I didn’t have the chance to talk with him again, but I will remember him as a strong, kind, interesting guy. I hope everybody is doing as well as possible. Would love to see your family again in the near future, please take care.

  4. Christine Voinovich Schepis :

    A very sad day for the Paul Voinovich Family. We lost a member of the family today …Paul’s close friend…Clark.
    May our dear Lord give you strength, Beth with the loss of your wonderful husband.
    He meant so much to so many individuals. We respected and loved him.
    Chris..and Family

  5. Edward Schneider :

    Sorry for your families loss, Clark was so kind to me as friend and boss I will pray for him and your family

  6. Victor W. Matteucci :

    So sorry to hear the news of Clark. He was a great guy and a great football player. I enjoyed playing with him.
    My prayers are with you.

  7. John Joyce Sr :

    Beth, Adam and Abby,

    A good guy and friend. A lot of golf and great memories together.

    So sorry for your loss.

    John Joyce Sr.

  8. Spencer road will miss you! Brush Arcs forever. Thom Treer

  9. Dear Beth, Adam, and Abby,

    The Dolak family is so saddened by the news about Clark. Our families had so many good times together, vacations on the Outer Banks, cookouts, fireworks, all those strong drinks he use to make for us, etc. We have wonderful memories! Clark will be greatly missed by all of us. We send prayers for all of you.

    Norm, Barb and family

  10. Melody Archer Shull :

    Beth and Family,

    So sorry to hear of Clark’s passing. What an unexpected and devastating turn of events. Try to stay strong; I’m sure Clark/your Dad would want all of you to do so. My deepest sympathy.

    Melody Archer Shull
    Adam and Abby – your Mom was my best friend in high school. Love her dearly.

  11. Phyllis Hill-Estep :

    Beth, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers. May God bless you with strength and love during this time.

  12. Susan Jolley Scheid :

    Beth, I am so sorry for your loss. My condolences to you and your family.

  13. Sue (Schlott) Keith :

    Beth, I am so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine how you are feeling. Please know you will be in my thoughts and prayers.

  14. Patti (Poole) Belt :

    Beth, so very sorry for the loss of your beloved husband. Prayers for you and your family during this difficult time.

  15. Patti (Poole) Belt :

    Beth, so very sorry for the loss of your beloved husband. Prayers for you and your family during this difficult time.

  16. H. David Holsinger :

    Beth Ann,

    Melody told me about Clarks death. What can I say, I’m so sorry. I’ll be thinking of you.

  17. Beth,
    I’m so very sorry for your loss. I will be praying for you and your family and wishing you peace.

  18. Lou Ellen (Patton) Beetham (Patty) :

    Beth, I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved husband…my thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

  19. Sandi Ewers Lugger :

    Beth so sorry for your loss – may you and you children find peace.

  20. Jeffrey Stein :

    Mrs. Miller,

    My father, Herman Stein work closely with Clark, as I did back in the 80’s when at Voinovich Companies. Clark was very respected in my household, and Clark was kind to attend my father’s funeral back in 1989. I am sorry for your loss, and wish you and your family peace. He was a gentle and caring person.
    With respect and care,
    Jeffrey Stein

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