BRUNSWICK — William J. Clark of Bath died July 10.

He was born in Yokosuka, Japan, Feb. 15, 1973, and attended Twin Valley High School in Everson, Pa. “Will” was an avid fisherman who loved Maine and always had a fishing pole ready to drop a line in the water at any place. His children and family were everything to him. He made friends wherever he went.

He was an avid drummer, and would gather with friends and jam in the basement. He was a dedicated Steeler fan and in his mind there was no other team. Will was owner/operator of AW Construction with his fiance, Amy Rose. He worked hard and grew his company into a successful business of roofing, painting and framing.

Will loved life and enjoyed family get-togethers for cookouts and holiday celebrations.

He leaves his parents, Bernard and Donna Clark of Phippsburg; his daughter, Teresa of East Earl, Pa.; his fiancee, Amy Rose, and her children, Heaven-Leigh and Jonathan Rose; his sister, Rebecca Clark and her husband, Dan McMinn and niece, Althea from Asheville, N.C.; his aunt, Sharon and uncle, Steve Rogers, and aunt, Harlinda Maker, all from Woolwich; his cousin, Sid Rogers of Phippsburg; godparents; special family friends, Ed and Carol Boothe of Gatesville, N.C., Ken and Linda Jackson of Narvon, Pa., Joan and Wayne Lauvius of Little Rock, Ark.

He was predeceased by his son, Kenny Clark, who passed in May 2010.

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