Howard Clark Deem

b. 28 June 1908, d. 12 January 1983

Father*Washington Lafayette Deem b. 10 Mar 1872, d. 12 Jun 1960
Mother*Frances Holland b. 31 Oct 1870, d. 5 Apr 1937
Howard Clark Deem|b. 28 Jun 1908\nd. 12 Jan 1983|p3044.htm|Washington Lafayette Deem|b. 10 Mar 1872\nd. 12 Jun 1960|p493.htm|Frances Holland|b. 31 Oct 1870\nd. 5 Apr 1937|p3030.htm|William A. Deem|b. 1839\nd. 20 May 1916|p475.htm|Abigail H. Deem|b. Nov 1852\nd. 5 Jan 1940|p1020.htm|James Holland|b. unknown\nd. unknown|p3031.htm|Matilda Bishop|b. unknown\nd. unknown|p3032.htm|

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Religion* At Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Chesterville, Wood County, WV. 
Residence*Howard Clark Deem lived at 1210 Williams Street, Parkersburg, Wood County, WV. 
Birth*He was born on 28 June 1908 at Chesterville, Wood County, WV. 
Occupation*He occupation between 1926 and 1970 at Walker Parkersburg, Parkersburg, Wood County, WV. 
Marriage*He married Florence Johnson on 28 August 1937. 
Note*Howard Clark Deem
H. CLARK DEEM RETIRED AT W-P Monday, 8-24-1970
H. Clark Deem, supervisor of Receiving and Stores, retired this month after 44 years at Walker-Parkersburg, Division of Textron, Inc., Tom Evans plant manager, announced today. Starting at 40 cents an hour, 12 hours a day, Deem's first job was as a helper in the Tank Department. From there he worked his way up to Department Foreman. In 1964, when Textron bought the company and renamed it Walker-Parkersburg, Deem was appointed foreman of the Parkersburg Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings Structural Department. During Deem's tenure as foreman of the Structural Department, Parkersburg Building Systems more than doubled in sales. Deem and his wife, Florence, who reside at 1210 Williams Street, have one daughter, Mrs. Sandra Workman and one granddaughter, Cheri Renea Workman. on 24 August 1970. 
Death*He died on 12 January 1983 at Camden Clark Memorial Hospital, Parkersburg, Wood County, WV, at age 74;
H. Clark Deem, 74, of 1210 Williams Street, Parkersburg, died Wednesday morning in Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital, Parkersburg. He was born at Mineral Wells, a son of the late Lafe and Frances Holland Deem. He was a member of the Mount Zion Baptist Church, and had retired as a foreman from Walker Parkersburg in 1972 after 44 yeas of service. Surviving are his stepmother, Roxie Deem, of Parkersburg; his wife, Mrs. Florence Johnson Deem; a daughter, Mrs. Sandra Williamson of Belmont, WV; four granddaughters, Sherri Workman, Miranda, Jamie and Regina Williamson, all of Belmont; a brother, Stuart Deem of Chesapeake, Va., a half brother, Basil Deem of Sacramento, Calif; three sisters, Marian Phillips of Cairo, Elva Dixon of Parkersburg, and Kathryn Coe of Vienna. He was preceded in death by four brothers and three sisters. Services will be Saturday, 1 p.m. in the Leavitt Funeral Home with the Rev. Garland Lewis and the Rev. John W. Keck officiating. Burial will be in the Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Mineral Wells. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today, Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. and until the hour of service Saturday. 
Burial*He was buried on 15 January 1983 at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Mineral Wells, Wood County, WV. 


Florence Johnson b. 1912, d. 1989

Last Edited26 Feb 2009