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Brian S. Clark, 27.



CHARLTON Brian S. Clark, 27, of 83 Sturbridge Rd., died Friday, June 8, 2007 in his home after a long struggle with BiPolar Disorder bipolar disorder, formerly manic-depressive disorder or manic-depression, severe mental disorder involving manic episodes that are usually accompanied by episodes of depression. .

He was born in Worcester, son of Steven R. and Bonnie J. (Chase) Clark and lived in Charlton most of his life.

Besides his parents, Brian also leaves one brother, Jason C. Clark of Charlton; and a large loving family including grandparents grandparents nplabuelos mpl

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; many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends; and a close friend Sarah.

He was a former Boy Scout and a member of the Order of the Arrow The Order of the Arrow (OA) is the national honor society of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Founded in 1915, it uses American Indian traditions and ceremonies to bestow recognition on Scouts selected by their peers as best exemplifying the Scout Oath and Scout Law in their . Brian was a 1998 graduate of Shepherd Hill Regional High School Shepherd Hill Regional High School is a high school located in Dudley, Massachusetts. It is a regional high school covering the towns of Dudley, Massachusetts and Charlton, Massachusetts.  in Dudley, and was class president for 3 years. He was active on the track and field team, and was a member of the Board of Conference All-Stars.

He also attended Quinsigamond Community College Quinsigamond Community College (colloq: QCC, Quinsig) is a public, two-year academic institution located in Worcester, Massachusetts. A commuter school, the college currently has an enrollment of 7,000 students in its Associate's degree and its certification programs. . Brian at one time worked at Tatnuck Booksellers and also worked in the family business at Northside Village Antiques.

Brian was a "free spirit" and loved to read books and poetry. He also wrote poetry. Some of his favorite interests included Radio Head, Dave Matthews and live music concerts. He was a Red Sox fan, and enjoyed beat-generation authors. He also loved children and animals.

Family and friends are cordially invited to attend Brians funeral service at 4:00 P.M on Thursday, June 14, 2007 in the Robert J. Miller-Charlton Funeral Home, 175 Old Worcester Rd. After the service, everyone is welcome back to Steve and Bonnie Clarks home on 9 Cemetery Rd. in Charlton for a celebration of Brians life. Burial will be at a later date.

The family suggests that flowers be omitted and memorial contributions be made in Brians memory to: Charlton Public Library Charitable Trust The arrangement by which real or Personal Property given by one person is held by another to be used for the benefit of a class of persons or the general public.  (CPLCT), 40 Main St., Charlton, MA 01507.

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