Military Honors Harley Clarke

Harley Clarke recently passed away. He was a member of the Navy, and he was honored for his military service at his funeral. The funeral took place at the Alfred G. Horton Jr. Memorial Veterans Cementery. Harley was known for being a private and stubborn man. He worked as an inventory clark at a military brokerage. He was known for raising and lowering the flag every day.

Harley passed away in August 2017 at the age of 71. No one claimed his body for one month. A former co-worker got in touch with the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3160 and made arrangements for the funeral. The members did not know Harley, but that did not matter.

Harley was honorably discharged for the military in 1989. He spent 23 years in the military before he was discharged. He had several interests outside of the military. He loved cameras and guns. He did not talk about his family much. However, he reportedly had a daughter.

Max Reyes is one of Harley’s former co-workers. He has happy memories and considered Max to be family. Harley would often spend the weekend with Max’s family. Harley would also give Max’s sons $5 for every A that they had on their report card. Harley was also there when the twins graduated from high school.

Max stated that he discovered that Harley was dead after he did not come to work. He and another co-worker went to Harley’s home and discovered his body. Harley had not been feeling well for a few days.