Clark Oxendine, 58, life-long resident of Pasadena, MD, was born on Wednesday, July 26, 1961 and he went to be with our Lord on Saturday, May 2, 2020 at 2:30am from the University of Maryland Medical Center. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton and Bertha Oxendine; and his sister, Ms. Peggy Jean Tarasiewicz.
He is survived by his loving wife of 36 years, Mrs. Debbie Oxendine of Pasadena, MD; his two sons, Mr. Joshua Clark Oxendine (Ashley) of Nottingham, MD and Mr. Caleb Clark Oxendine (Robyn) of Shady Side, MD; his brother, Mr. Ray Oxendine (Anne) of White Marsh, MD; and his sister, Mrs. Darlene Miller (George) of Crofton, MD. He is also survived and cherished by his three grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
After graduating from Patterson High School in Baltimore, MD in 1980, he started his first business as a carrier for the Baltimore Sun Newspaper company. He began his second journey as a business owner in the catering industry until finally starting a new career as an employee of the District Court of the State of Maryland.
Clark was known as “Little Bear” by his family and friends. He was a proud member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina and the Baltimore American Indian Center. He was the well-known owner of Oxendine Catering, a journey where he enjoyed many years of traveling the powwow trail and uniting with friends across the USA. As a devoted follower of Jesus Christ, who loved kindness and fellowship, he was an active member of the South Broadway Baptist Church and Lighthouse Church of Glen Bernie. He enjoyed being surrounded by his family and friends, entertaining them with his adventurous stories and capturing them with his witty jokes and infectious laugh. Clark was loved by all who met him. He will be deeply missed by his family, friends, church, and powwow community.
A Private Service will be held and Mr. Oxendine will be laid to rest in Oak Lawn Cemetery.
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