Darwyn L. Clark, 89

Darwyn L. Clark, 89, husband of Cindy (Snyder) Clark, passed away peacefully on Sunday, June 2, 2024, in Leesburg, FL.

Born in Birdsboro, he was the son of the late Raymond and Edith (Jobe) Clark McCord.

Darwyn proudly served in the United States Air Force. He loved to go to air shows, always making time to talk to the flight technicians and mechanics’ who “kept the boys flying”, like he did. In his down time, Darwyn loved fishing, eating different cheeses (eating in general really), cooking for his family, baking for his friends, occasionally boating and relaxing with a good cigar.

Surviving along with his wife Cindy of 47 years, are his children David S. Clark of Birdsboro, PA (husband of Nichole); Deborah Gonzalez of Cape Coral, FL (wife of, Angel); Christopher Woessner of Sims, NC (husband of Sonja); Lori Dittman, Boyertown, PA (wife of Randy); and step children Keith Wentzel, of Auburn, ME (husband of Terri); and Amy Nimmerichter, Birdsboro, PA (wife of Jason); grandchildren Ian, Alicia, Eric, Matthew, Gabriel, Katelyn, Jenna, Sarai, Karis, James, Devyn, Nathan, and Ryan; great grandchildren George, Jaydon, Frey, and Mason. He is predeceased by his beloved sister Joyce and his brother-in-law Arthur “Skip” Dehart.

A funeral service will be held on Monday, June 17, 2024, at 11:00 AM at Catagnus Funeral Home (1020 E. Philadelphia Ave., Gilbertsville, PA 19525) with Pastor Chris Eshleman of Mountain View Chapel officiating. Burial will follow at Limerick Garden of Memories. A viewing will also be held on Monday, June 17, 2024, from 10:00-11:00 AM at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made online to WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT (WWP) In Darwyn’s honor. Link to contribute online (or print a form)https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org

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Pop was a genuine person. He loved life, people and cooking. We had many good times and laughs while camping. We are so glad he was in our lives.
He will be missed dearly, but we know he is with our Lord and Savior and we shall meet again.

~ Alan Scott
6/11/2024 5:58:52 PM

I will forever cherish our many camping trips, your chef lessons, cookware advice, and your genuine zest for life. Personally, I'll always remember your hugs which always smelled like cigars (a good thing!) and that you always treated the Miller Girls like your own granddaughters. Love ya Pop!

~ Jen Long
6/11/2024 1:43:18 PM

Darwyn (known to me as Duffy) was in the Air Force with my husband, Henry (known to Darwyn as Hank). They kept in contact with each other and visited as much as possible. My husband passed in 2022 and now they are friends for eternity. My deepest sympathy to Cindy and the entire family.

~ Dorothy Dotger Hatboro, PA
6/11/2024 12:51:56 PM