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Clark Eugene Millard

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Background Information

Employment History

Representative At the Plant

General Motors Corp.


Affiliations

Mentor Baptist Church

Member


Claryville

Member


BOB WHITE CLUB INC

Member


Alcoholics Anonymous

Member


Web References(1 Total References)


The Kentucky Post

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Clark Millard, director of facility for homeless Clark Eugene Millard Jr. knew little about social-service programs when he became house director about 10 years ago of Charlie's ¾ House, a transitional housing center for homeless men in Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. He did know about alcoholics, though: He was one himself who at that point had been sober for 10 years.He also knew about organizing from his days as a United Auto Workers Union representative at the General Motors plant in Norwood, Ohio. Mr. Millard, who died Sunday at age 62 at his home in Butler, used that skill and experience to build Charlie's ¾ House from a floundering agency with two buildings and five clients to what it is today: a five-building facility that serves 52 clients. "He saved so many lives, he touched so many lives," Roller said of Mr. Millard. Mr. Millard was a police officer in Dayton before he went to work for General Motors.At the time of his death, he was a volunteer for two fire departments: Wilder and North Pendleton.He was treasurer of the former and helped to get the latter started. He also served a term on the Wilder City Council in the 1990s.He was an Army veteran. He was a member of the Bob White Club, Claryville, and Mentor Baptist Church, Mentor.He was a 20-year member of Alcoholics Anonymous.


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