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He is survived by his brother, Sidney Ellerman of Trenton, Utah; as well as several nieces and nephews. 6, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—Paul Stake Center, with Bishop Dean Stevenson officiating.Clark was preceded in death by his dear wife of 57 years, Ruth; his parents; sister, Geneva Stelly; and brothers, Boyd Ellerman and Ronald Ellerman. A visitation will be held one hour prior to the funeral at the church.Burial with military rites provided by the Mini-Cassia Veterans Organization will take place at the Paul Cemetery following the service.Arrangements have been placed in the care of the Rasmussen Funeral Home of Burley.They also loved camping in the mountains and spending time with their families.Clark was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints having served in the Elders quorum and High Priest group; as well as Ward clerk and Sunday School presidency member.
Earl was intelligent and witty, even in his last days the clever remarks kept everyone smiling.Earl and Debbie had three sons, Jacob ‘Jed’, Justin, and Jon.They moved to Pocatello and raised their boys there.After drawing a Veteran’s Homestead, Clark and Ruth settled on their farm north of Paul where they resided many years.They liked to travel and see new places, including Hawaii, the Caribbean Islands, Mexico, Canada and most of the United States.
Clark was born June 6, 1922, in Trenton, Utah, the son of Henry Albert & Amelia Emma Clark Ellerman.