Norman H. Clark, age 79, passed away August 24, 2014 at his home in Wickenburg, AZ. Norman was born August 16, 1936 in Odessa, Texas to Carl E. & Thelma Clark. He was raised and attended schools in the area and later enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. Following his military service he made his home in Redwood City, California where he met his wife Mary and they were married August 5, 1961 in Fergus Canada. He worked in the construction trade as a Carpenter & Superintendent in the Bay area. Norm was a mentor and a teacher to a lot of young men. Quite a few became Superintendents and have had successful careers in the construction industry. Norman (Skinhead) retired for health reasons in 1991 and He and Mary moved to Wickenburg, Arizona in 1998. He was a member of the Horseman's Association, Moose Club, Elks Lodge and American Legion. Norman had horses all his life and loved to hunt and fish. He always had a "Nickname' for everyone, be it good or bad usually based on what a person did or their personality. That was his way. He lived life to the fullest and he will be missed by many. Norman was preceded in death by his wife Mary in April of 2014. He is survived by his Children: Joanne (Mike) Parker of Mesa, AZ and Kevin Clark & (Monica) of Concord, CA. Grandchildren: April Attwood, Leanne Attwood, Tiffany Clark and Lindsey Clark and nephews Stan & Curtis Crider and Bill Clark. Memorial services will be held on Saturday, September 13th at 11am at the Wickenburg Funeral Home. It will be an open mic so please come and tell us a story about Norm. Afterwards there will be a Celebration of Life / One Last Rodeo in the BUNKER.