Winslow, Maine- George “Dewey” Clark Jr., 77, passed away on January 14, 2017, with his family by his side.\r\n\r\nDewey was born on March 28, 1939, to the late George D. Sr. and Arlene (Johnson) Clark in Waterville. He attended Clinton grade school until moving to the vocational program at Waterville where he graduated in 1957.\r\n\r\nAfter graduation Dewey enlisted in the National Guard and served for four years. Along with being in the National Guard Dewey also worked for Ski-land Woolen Mill in Clinton from 1957 to 1960. After the woolen mill, Dewey went on to work for the Maine Central Railroad from 1960 to 1986 as machinist. From 1986 to 2014 Dewey worked with his son at Clark’s Machine Shop as a machinist. Dewey’s hobbies consisted of building airplanes, making hunting knifes, and anything that had to do with metal. He was known as the guy who could make anything and fix anything and was truly a master at his craft. Dewey was also very proud to be a 32md degree Mason.\r\n\r\nHe was predeceased by his parents.\r\n\r\nDewey is survived by his wife Joyce of Winslow; son George Dewey Clark III and wife Sue of Clinton; stepson Chris Mason of Canaan; stepdaughter Karen Lemieux and husband Keith of Winslow; grandchildren, George Dewey Clark IV and wife Jessica of Corpus Christi, TX, Bo Clark and wife Elizabeth of Clinton, Matthew and wife Kellie of Exeter, NH, and Ben Lemieux of Winslow; great grandchildren, Austin, Anthony, Ian, Jocelyn, Jackson, and Carter; one great-great grandson Hayden; and Dewey’s close friends John McKenney, Bob Laprise, Terry Sadler, and Bill Trafton. \r\n\r\nThe family would like to thank Hospice Volunteers of Waterville for all their help and support with Dewey, especially Kathy, Kim, and Michelle. \r\n\r\nIn lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Dewey’s name to Hospice Volunteers of Waterville, 304 Main St., Waterville, ME 04901 or a charity of your choice. \r\n\r\nThere will be a graveside service with a celebration of life for Dewey in the Spring.