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Conservation Officer James Clark | New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, New Hampshire New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, New Hampshire

Conservation Officer

James Clark

New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, New Hampshire

End of Watch: Monday, October 4, 1971

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 33

Tour: 8 years

Badge # Not available

Cause: Heart attack

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Conservation Officer James Clark suffered a fatal heart attack after participating in a pheasant stocking operation in Bristol. After completing the stocking he returned to his patrol car and was leaving the area when he suffered the heart attack.

He was transported to Sceva Speare Hospital, in Plymouth, where he passed away.

Officer Clark had served with the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department for eight years. He was survived by his wife, two sons, and two daughters.

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I clearly remember all of the fish and game officers in their uniforms at the church service. I also clearly remember the dedication of the boat landing as it was a rainy day. We were privileged to be present with baby raccoons, fawn, snapping turtles, countless fish, and many other well loved family animals. Forever loved and missed by your daughter who was 5 years old at the time.

Mary Clark McDonough
September 18, 2014


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