Clark ‘Lee Roy” Schenk

December 17, 2020

Clark ‘Lee Roy” Schenk, 84 of Marlow died, December 14,2020 at home surrounded by family. Lee Roy was born January 11, 1936 to Vivian Jewel Higgins Schenk and Carl Bernice Schenk at the family home between Verden and Anadarko Oklahoma.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM, Thursday, December 17, 2020, at the Callaway-Smith-Cobb Chapel in Marlow, with Eddie Cox officiating. Burial will be in the Marlow Cemetery under the direction of Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral and Cremation Services in Marlow.

Lee Roy graduated from Verden High school in 1954. Lee Roy was an all-around rancher; cattle buyer, horseman and cowboy. His one true passion was a good horse and or cow. At the age of 16 he qualified for the PRCA in bull riding.

In his spare time Lee Roy enjoyed sitting out on the front porch, and telling a good story to bring a smile to everyone’s face. He always enjoyed watching the OKC Thunder, OU Sooners, Oklahoma State Cowboys and a good Bull Riding as often as he could. Lee Roy loved his family and never met a stranger. He was a Christian and loved Jesus.

Lee Roy is preceded in death by his daughter Jana Lee Schenk, his parents, and one Sister Janet Sue Schenk Venable. Those left to cherish his memory are his loving companion Mildred Doller of the home. Son and wife Garry and Tyanne Schenk of Chickasha, Son and wife Jess and Karla Schenk of Ninnekah, son Mark Schenk of Chickasha, Sister Carolyn Horton of Chickasha, step-daughter and husband Sharon and David Snell of Chickasha and step-daughter and husband Roberta and L.D. Wortham of Shawnee, numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren.

The family would like to thank all those at Kindful Hospice for all their loving care and support. We would like to express our deepest gratitude to three special ladies that cared for Lee Roy in his last six months of life. Ashlee Rosen, Jamie Cook and Kylie “Racehorse” Cook. Your friendship and love will forever be cherished and appreciated. You truly have been angels and your kindness will never be forgotten.

The family respectfully asks that all attending the service wear masks and social distance when possible.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to cancer research.