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- Updated 12/09/2010 -

Brothers, Friends, Riders,
We have been requested to Stand & Honor Steve Clark, Command Master Chief  (retired)- US Navy, by his Wife & Family.
Steve had 33 years of military service. He was also a active-duty S.C.P.D. range officer and was the Founder & President of 9-1-1 Veterans giving all his time and devotion to helping fellow Veterans through hard times. He was just recently honored with receiving the first Key to Suffolk County. Many of us were honored to have had the chance to know Steve.

Date: Monday December 13th, 2010
Time: 0800 hrs
Location: OB Davis Funeral Home, Miller Place, 1001 Route 25A
Detail: We will be standing Honor Guard during wake and funeral at funeral home, escorting to Trinity Church then escorting to Calverton National Cemetery where there will be a Full Honor Memorial Service grave-side.
Ride Captain: Frank Bania

Suffolk Staging: 0730 KSU, Farmingville, Hess Gas Station exit 63 LIE (northbound) & North Ocean Ave (fuel/coffee/restrooms available)
Nassau Staging: 0650 KSU, Hicksville, Waldbaums, Rte 106/107 (may or may not be an RC, please proceed to Suffolk stage at 0650)

Wake hours: (wake attendance is encouraged)
Saturday & Sunday: 2-4pm & 7-9pm
Region 9 flags will be at FH

Family has requested in lieu of flowers that donations can be sent to 911Veterans @ PO Box 564  Shoreham, NY 11786-0564

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Thank you for all that you do,
Ride Safe & God Bless

Frank Bania
*US Veterans MC-LI, President
*Patriot Guard Riders, R9-NY, Senior Ride Captain
*911 Veterans,
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Steve Clark: Retired Master Chief US Navy 33-years, Active SCPD range officer, Founder & President of 9-1-1 Veterans, and Friend to all Veterans lost his long battle to cancer Wednesday morning. Steve was able to spend his last minutes with his Wife.
Complete details will be out once his wife has arranged all details, but it is possible that the wake will be Saturday & Sunday at OB Davis in Miller Place and burial at Calverton on Monday morning. Steve will be a given a full-honor service.

I'd like to personally say Thank You to the members that came out to Steve's house with us on Tuesday morning to do the clean-up, it meant everything to his Family, Wife & Steve

Frank Bania
*USVMC-LI, President
*911 Veterans,

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