Ronald G. Clark, 69, insurance firm adjuster

May 21, 2004

Ronald G. Clark, a retired insurance company adjuster and former Rising Sun resident, died of heart failure May 14 at a hospital in Tampa, Fla. He was 69.

Mr. Clark was born and raised in Baltimore and graduated in 1954 from Polytechnic Institute. He attended what was then Baltimore Junior College before being drafted into the Marine Corps during the Korean War.

He was a city police officer for several years before working for several insurance companies as an adjuster. He had been employed by the Harleysville Insurance Co. for a decade before leaving in 1994 and moving to Tampa, where he had worked part time as a security officer for Wackenhut Security Services.

Mr. Clark enjoyed cooking and gardening.

Plans for services were incomplete.

Survivors include his wife of nine years, the former Shelby Davis; two sons, Steve Clark of Baltimore and Jimmy Clark of Seattle; a brother, James Clark of Baltimore; a sister, Rita Clark of Baltimore; and two grandchildren.

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