Clark C. Marmet, age 67, of Holmes County, Ohio passed away suddenly on Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020 at Life Care Center of Medina.
Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at Nashville Cemetery, Nashville, Ohio. Those wishing to share a memory or make online condolences may do so by visiting www.alexanderfhinc.com.
Family suggests memorial contributions be made to The Boy Scout Troop of Nashville.
Clark was born February 24th, 1953 in Millersburg, Ohio and was the son of John W. and Helen (Brown) Marmet. On March 3rd, 1973 he married Sally Jo Wenger and they were married a wonderful 40 years.
Clark was a 1971 graduate of West Holmes High School. He was a 1974 graduate of the first Wayne County Sheriff's Police Academy. Clark served on several law enforcement agencies throughout Holmes and Wayne County's and in 2013, retired as Chief of the Baltic Police Department. He was a member of IACP. Clark was an active leader in the Boy Scouts for many years and was instrumental in bringing Troop 356 back to Nashville. He served many roles throughout his leadership in the boy scouts. He was assistant Scoutmaster, Scoutmaster and Committee Chair for Troop 356 and served on Eagle Board of Review for Killbuck districts. Clark liked to tinker with radios and electronics. In his younger years he enjoyed talking on the CB radio and was a ham radio enthusiast. Those that knew him in scouting say he was an instrumental person in their lives and will be greatly missed.
He is survived by three sons and their spouses, Joshua (Martha) Marmet of Louisville, Kentucky, Jacob (Theresa) Marmet of Hampton, Virginia and Joel (Corey) Marmet of Burbank, Ohio; and 5 granddaughters, whom he enjoyed spending time with, Avery, Gracen, Lucy, Finley and Fiona. He is also survived by his brother, David (Rhea) Marmet of Glenmont, Ohio; one nephew, Henry Herritt; and 4 nieces, Jennifer Gegick, Heather Brown, Amber Hague and Amanda Smith.
He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Sally Jo; and a sister, Holly Marmet.
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