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Clark L. Nelson

Clark L. Nelson, 84, resident of Dallas County, Selma,  passed away Saturday, June 20, 2020 at UAB Hospital, Birmingham. Graveside services are scheduled for Friday, July 3, 2020, 11 a.m. at Serenity Memorial Gardens with Rev. Frankie Hutchins officiating and directed by Randall Miller Funeral Service, Inc.

Survivors include: spouse, Marisa Nelson;one son, Chance Strong of Ft. Wayne, Indiana; two step-sons; Martin Wilks, Johnathon Wilks both of Selma; one daughter, Brittany Nicole Nelson; two brothers, Clarence Nelson, Jr., Boo-Cat Edward “Fella” Nelson both of Selma, two sisters, Toni Pettus Jance both of Atlanta, five grandchildren, six nieces, two nephews, a host of nieces and nephews. 

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