Clark Reedy

August 12, 2011
Clark Reedy

Clark Edward Reedy 54, of Wilmington died Friday August 12, 2011.

Clark was born in Harrisonburg, VA on August 13, 1956 the son of Stanley and Arline Reedy of Greenville, SC.

Also surviving are sisters Cathy Wells and husband Kenneth of Leland, Patricia Godwin and husband David of Wilmington. A number of nieces and nephews also survive.

A memorial service will be conducted 6:00 PM Wednesday August 17, 2011 at Wilmington Funeral Chapel. The family will see friends after the service.

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  • August 14, 2011
    Fred Champion says:
    i knew Clark for over 15 years from living downtown and i own the music store that he would always stop by and say "hey" then get me to order a tape for him. He was a big fan of the band BOSTON and loved the song GET READY by RARE EARTH. we all know he was a very special person. He was a good friend to me.. my favorite memory of Clark is the time i asked him to be on my TEE VEE SHOW episode.. it was a local show on cable back in the early 2000's. All He had to do was introduce a few music videos.. he messed up quite a bit on the reading of his lines but in the end it was a learning experience and turned out great. i had something wonderful to show the world.. i guess this says something about the nature of Clark in general.. In his Heart he was good and wanted to help and make others happy.. and in his own strange ways he did.. i always felt good when every we meet on the street.. always friendly to me and would ask me about my cats or other people that we both knew. he will be dearly missed and downtown will not be the quite the same without him.

  • August 14, 2011
    Cindy Meyers says:
    Downtown will never be the same without you. I am at peace, knowing you are now safe. It is funny how many times over the past few years I thought and worried about you. When I was safe in my warm home at night I prayed you were ok and not cold. May you now rest in peace and god bless your family. You taught me alot of life's lessons and I feel I am a better person for knowing you my friend.

  • August 19, 2011
    Nicole S. says:
    To think that such a memorable fixture is now removed from downtown is strange... what a way to live - in the now, and just as one pleases. Shame that he was so underestimated, overlooked, and even held in contempt, when there was so much to learn from him. So it goes.

  • August 25, 2011
    Frances Jones says:
    I have " known" Clark for 17 years through A dental connection & St. James. He never knew my name, but he knew who I was & he knew I was his friend. I will miss seeing him.

  • August 15, 2011
    Jennifer Shires says:
    I am so saddened to hear of Clark's death. He has been a downtown fixture for as long as I can remember. You will be missed. Peace be with you and your family.