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Teddy Clark

Teddy Ray Clark

Friday, January 21st, 1949 - Saturday, May 18th, 2019
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Teddy Ray Clark, 70 of Cookeville, Tennessee passed from this life on Saturday, May 18, 2019, at NHC Healthcare of Cookeville in Cookeville, Tennessee.

Teddy was born Friday, January 21, 1949 in Livingston, Tennessee. He was the son of the late John Tom and the late Ethel Olene (Johnson) Clark.

Teddy is survived by:

Daughter: Adrienne Murphy

Brother: Johnny and Georgia Clark

In addition to his parents, Teddy was preceded in death by: Wife, Bernice Clark; Daughter, Shawna Florea, and Brother, David Clark.

Teddy chose cremation, the family followed his wishes, and a Celebration of his Life will be held at a later date.

To sign the online guestbook and to send the family a message please visit: www.crestlawnmemorial.com

Arrangements entrusted to Crest Lawn Funeral Home - Cremation Center.
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Ian Clark

Posted at 07:01pm
I know im not the closest to this part of my family but i know this much my uncle teddy was the man if you all know my dad david you know how he liked to take a vacation back home to tenn and never tell a soul but that never mattered when we got to uncle teddys hed always be so excited to see his brother rush to the door fixing his hair cigg in his mouth smiling ear to ear "IS THAT MY BROTHER I HEAR" followed by the infamous teddy laugh. You could tell he loved his brother you could tell he looked up to him. ... You could tell he missed him dearly.... After showing off all his new gadgets toys additions to his house he and my dad would always end up in the back yard for theyre annual dick measuring contest lol i can see them both now i could parallel park a semi in this little spot in two moves my dad would always snap back i could do it with an airplane in one!! Lol or sometimes theyd bust out the drivers and hit golf balls in the vacant lot across the street each one of them of course had the longest shot.... Watching them two was like watching two teenage boys trying to one up each other.... But all out of love Teddy was always ready to show us a good time always ready to make us feel welcomed always ready to hang out with his brother that he loved and missed so dearly. I remember when grandpa died and we went back to tenn we spent one night at uncle Teddys an. I always liked staying up late with those two and listen to there banter but that night i seen something that stuck with me forever i saw my uncle teddy break down cryin he grabbed my dad by the head and just started kissing the top of it telling him how much he loved and missed him mind you my dads clipping his toe nails during the occasion patting teddys arm i love you too teddy ray i love you too..... Teddy was a great uncle to me always showing me how to get the upper hand in a fight how to head butt properly and of course how a crow peeps over a log lol ouchhhh.... But i guess what he taught me most was its ok to cry its ok to feel emotions its ok to just tell someone you JUST down right miss them... I know i didnt know him the best but i know i loved going to my uncle teddys i know fun was always in store. He knew how to have fun and he knew how to laugh so thank you uncle teddy for teaching me these things... I love you uncle teddy i hope you and dad are having such a good time up there... I can see it now IS THAT MY BIG BROTHER of course with that Teddy Ray laugh tell him hi for me will ya.. Until we meet again uncle TEDDY I LOVE YOU ALWAYS!!! Your nephew IAN DAVID CLARK

Bob M.

Posted at 11:39am
When we were young, Teddy and I would gather coke bottles around town and sell them for the deposit. We would search the streets and neighbor for discarded empty bottles. If we didn't fine any, Teddy was brave enough to knock on random doors and just ask for them. I was impressed by his take charge attitude. I will miss him.

Bob M.

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