Omar C Clark

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OMAR C. CLARK, M. D. of Worthington, Armstrong county, was born at that place in 1869, a son of William and Mary (Noble) Clark. Both the parents were natives of Armstrong county, the mother of Irish ancestry. William Noble, the Doctor's maternal grandfather, was for many years justice of the peace and held other local offices in this county. By occupation he was a farmer. To him and his wife were born the following children: Eliza, wife of Samuel Leard; Jane, wife of James Wiley; Rose Ann, wife of William Leard; Mary; mother of Dr. Clark, and her twin brother William.

Dr. Clark attended public school at Worthington and the Iron City Business College at Pittsburgh, being graduated from the latter institution in 1889. He then devoted himself to the study of medicine, and with this end in view entered the Western University of Pittsburgh, graduating therefrom in 1896, following which he established himself in practice at Worthington. Later he took a special course at the Polyclinic in New York City, graduating in 1904. He belongs to the Armstrong County Medical Society and to the Pennsylvania State Medical Society. At present he is serving as trustee of the Presbyterian Church in which he holds membership.

In 1896 Dr. Clark was united in marriage with Floda M. Reed, daughter of Hamilton Reed, of Armstrong county. Dr. Clark has built up a large practice at Worthington and firmly established himself in the confidence of his patients.

Source: Page 791, Armstrong County, Pa., Her People, Past and Present, J.H. Beers & Co., 1914
Transcribed October 1998 by James R Hindman for the Armstrong County Beers Project
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