Our Funeral Services Staff


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David P. Clark Owner/Operator/Funeral Director and Embalmer

Being in the funeral profession for 35 years in Versailles and Frankfort, David is now the founder of the newest concept in funeral service...Clark Legacy Center. David is committed to the people of Central Kentucky and strives to help families remember a life more ways than they can imagine. David takes care to ensure that the final event truly reflects the cherished life of a family member. He is a third generation Funeral Director and Embalmer licensed in the state of Kentucky. David and his wife Julie have four children, Leigh Clark McCauley, Guy Clark, Tyler Clark, Linzi Said, and three grandsons, Ridge, Oakes and Harbour McCauley.

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Julie L. Clark Owner/Operator

After being a full time mom and raising our four children, Julie is now specializing in tailoring services for each individual family, helping them in planning their special tributes and receptions. She is assisting families in the selection of a variety of food and beverage choices, planning their life story DVD, or just sharing ideas on how to make their event truly unique.

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Guy S. Clark Funeral Director/Business Manager

Guy is a fourth generation funeral director licensed in Kentucky and is the business manager for our locations in Lexington/Nicholasville, Versailles and Frankfort. Guy is a graduate of Woodford County High School and the University of Kentucky. Guy is the son of Julie and David Clark and resides in Lexington.

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Linzi Clark Said Funeral Director

Linzi became a fourth generation licensed funeral director in 2007. She is a graduate of Woodford County High School, spent time studying at the University of Kentucky and is a graduate of Barrett and Company School of Hair Design, earning a Master Hair Stylist degree. Linzi is the daughter of Julie and David Clark, married to Scott Said and resides in Versailles, KY.

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Bill Satterly Funeral Director/Embalmer

A 3rd generation funeral professional, Bill was born in Frankfort, Kentucky and has lived in Lexington since 1972. He is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and the Kentucky School of Mortuary Science. A member of Southland Christian Church, Bill also serves with the Helping Through Him Ministry. He was formerly a member of Immanuel Baptist Church, where he served as Deacon. Bill is married to Carol Ann Folster Satterly. Funeral service has been Bills passion for many years, and he looks forward to serving local families at Clark Legacy Center.

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Brad Allred Funeral Director ballred@clarklegacycenter.com

Brad was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, but has called Jessamine County, Kentucky home for twenty-two years. Brad spent most of his life working in the retail industry, managing large department stores. He has also owned and operated several restaurants and worked at Toyota Motor Manufacturing in Georgetown, Kentucky.

But after stepping away from work to care for his aging father in 2001, who has since passed, Brad has been serving the people of Jessamine County and Central Kentucky. He has been ordained as a minister of the Christian Church, served on staff at Southland Christian Church, been the Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity in Jessamine County, current President of Bluegrass IronMen, and a valuable part of our staff here at Clark Legacy Center.

Brad and his wife Pat are blessed with five grown children, fourteen grandchildren, and two great-grand children.

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Reverand Bill McDonald

Bill McDonald is a retired minister of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) after having served in active ministry for 42 years.

Raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Bill is a graduate of Transylvania University and Lexington Theological Seminary both in Lexington, Kentucky.

Bill served as Senior Minister of churches in Midway, Kentucky, Austin, Texas, Shreveport, Louisiana and served Crestwood Christian Church in Lexington, Kentucky from 1995-2008. He is a member of the Board of Trustees at Lexington Theological Seminary, the Board of the World Convention of Churches of Christ, and is a Disciples of Christ representative on the national Stone-Campbell Dialogue.

Bill helped found and served with Habitat For Humanity affiliates in Kentucky, Texas, and Louisiana. He has also been a campus minister, volunteer firefighter, police chaplain, and college instructor.

Bill and his wife, Julie, have three grown children and four grandchildren.

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Tom Drury

Tom joins us after 49 years in the trucking industry in sales and management. He started out with Ecklar-Moore Express which became OK Trucking, then Consolidated Freightways , Middlewest Freightway, Dasher Express & Air Freight and retiring from Con-way Freight.

He also served the following churches in Central Kentucky as part time music director. South Elkhorn Baptist Church, Nicholasville Baptist Church, Southern Heights Baptist Church, retiring after 15 years with Midway Baptist Church.

He is married to Nettie (Miller) Drury and they have two children, Kim (Arnie) Combs, Michael (Letha) Drury and one grandson Ryan Thomas Drubin.

Tom and Nettie live in Versailles KY and are members of the Versailles Baptist Church.

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Nickie Shryock

Nickie Shryock resides at 1160 Stourbridge Road. He is a graduate of Woodford County High School and served five years in the U.S. Army, including 13 months in Vietnam. Shryock retired from the Versailles Police Department in 1999 after 18 years of service, including six years as the Versailles Police Judge. He then served as Security Coordinator for the Woodford County Board of Education for 5 years.

Nickie and his wife, the former Lisa Roberts, have one child, Justin. He also has a son, Patrick Shryock, who is a deputy with the Woodford County Sheriff Department and is married to the former Mary R. Faust of Versailles.

He has served as Post Commander for the American Legion and Director of the Woodford County Chamber of Commerce. For the past 14 years he has served as a member of the Versailles City Council.

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James "Jimmy" Chism

I have lived in Versailles since 1976. My dad and I opened a Convenient Food Mart in July 1976. I married Rhonda Routt in 1983. She has lived in Versailles all her life. We have two sons, Drew and Daniel. I have a daughter, Lori, 3 grandchildren, Laken, Sean, and Emily, and a great-granddaughter, Klarrisa. I have been a member at Woodford Community Christian Church for over 30 years. I am retired from Motion Industries since January, 2013 and am enjoying retirement.

David P. Clark

Owner/Operator/Funeral Director and Embalmer
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Being in the funeral profession for 35 years in Versailles and Frankfort, David is now the founder of the newest concept in funeral service...Clark Legacy Center. David is committed to the people of Central Kentucky and strives to help families remember a life more ways than they can imagine. David takes care to ensure that the final event truly reflects the cherished life of a family member. He is a third generation Funeral Director and Embalmer licensed in the state of Kentucky. David and his wife Julie have four children, Leigh Clark McCauley, Guy Clark, Tyler Clark, Linzi Said, and three grandsons, Ridge, Oakes and Harbour McCauley.

Julie L. Clark

Owner/Operator
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After being a full time mom and raising our four children, Julie is now specializing in tailoring services for each individual family, helping them in planning their special tributes and receptions. She is assisting families in the selection of a variety of food and beverage choices, planning their life story DVD, or just sharing ideas on how to make their event truly unique.

Guy S. Clark

Funeral Director/Business Manager
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Guy is a fourth generation funeral director licensed in Kentucky and is the business manager for our locations in Lexington/Nicholasville, Versailles and Frankfort. Guy is a graduate of Woodford County High School and the University of Kentucky. Guy is the son of Julie and David Clark and resides in Lexington.

Linzi Clark Said

Funeral Director
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Linzi became a fourth generation licensed funeral director in 2007. She is a graduate of Woodford County High School, spent time studying at the University of Kentucky and is a graduate of Barrett and Company School of Hair Design, earning a Master Hair Stylist degree. Linzi is the daughter of Julie and David Clark, married to Scott Said and resides in Versailles, KY.

Bill Satterly

Funeral Director/Embalmer
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A 3rd generation funeral professional, Bill was born in Frankfort, Kentucky and has lived in Lexington since 1972. He is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and the Kentucky School of Mortuary Science. A member of Southland Christian Church, Bill also serves with the Helping Through Him Ministry. He was formerly a member of Immanuel Baptist Church, where he served as Deacon. Bill is married to Carol Ann Folster Satterly. Funeral service has been Bills passion for many years, and he looks forward to serving local families at Clark Legacy Center.

Brad Allred

Funeral Director
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Brad was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, but has called Jessamine County, Kentucky home for twenty-two years. Brad spent most of his life working in the retail industry, managing large department stores. He has also owned and operated several restaurants and worked at Toyota Motor Manufacturing in Georgetown, Kentucky.

But after stepping away from work to care for his aging father in 2001, who has since passed, Brad has been serving the people of Jessamine County and Central Kentucky. He has been ordained as a minister of the Christian Church, served on staff at Southland Christian Church, been the Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity in Jessamine County, current President of Bluegrass IronMen, and a valuable part of our staff here at Clark Legacy Center.

Brad and his wife Pat are blessed with five grown children, fourteen grandchildren, and two great-grand children.

Reverand Bill McDonald

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Bill McDonald is a retired minister of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) after having served in active ministry for 42 years.

Raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Bill is a graduate of Transylvania University and Lexington Theological Seminary both in Lexington, Kentucky.

Bill served as Senior Minister of churches in Midway, Kentucky, Austin, Texas, Shreveport, Louisiana and served Crestwood Christian Church in Lexington, Kentucky from 1995-2008. He is a member of the Board of Trustees at Lexington Theological Seminary, the Board of the World Convention of Churches of Christ, and is a Disciples of Christ representative on the national Stone-Campbell Dialogue.

Bill helped found and served with Habitat For Humanity affiliates in Kentucky, Texas, and Louisiana. He has also been a campus minister, volunteer firefighter, police chaplain, and college instructor.

Bill and his wife, Julie, have three grown children and four grandchildren.

Tom Drury

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Tom joins us after 49 years in the trucking industry in sales and management. He started out with Ecklar-Moore Express which became OK Trucking, then Consolidated Freightways , Middlewest Freightway, Dasher Express & Air Freight and retiring from Con-way Freight.

He also served the following churches in Central Kentucky as part time music director. South Elkhorn Baptist Church, Nicholasville Baptist Church, Southern Heights Baptist Church, retiring after 15 years with Midway Baptist Church.

He is married to Nettie (Miller) Drury and they have two children, Kim (Arnie) Combs, Michael (Letha) Drury and one grandson Ryan Thomas Drubin.

Tom and Nettie live in Versailles KY and are members of the Versailles Baptist Church.

Nickie Shryock

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Nickie Shryock resides at 1160 Stourbridge Road. He is a graduate of Woodford County High School and served five years in the U.S. Army, including 13 months in Vietnam. Shryock retired from the Versailles Police Department in 1999 after 18 years of service, including six years as the Versailles Police Judge. He then served as Security Coordinator for the Woodford County Board of Education for 5 years.

Nickie and his wife, the former Lisa Roberts, have one child, Justin. He also has a son, Patrick Shryock, who is a deputy with the Woodford County Sheriff Department and is married to the former Mary R. Faust of Versailles.

He has served as Post Commander for the American Legion and Director of the Woodford County Chamber of Commerce. For the past 14 years he has served as a member of the Versailles City Council.

James "Jimmy" Chism

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I have lived in Versailles since 1976. My dad and I opened a Convenient Food Mart in July 1976. I married Rhonda Routt in 1983. She has lived in Versailles all her life. We have two sons, Drew and Daniel. I have a daughter, Lori, 3 grandchildren, Laken, Sean, and Emily, and a great-granddaughter, Klarrisa. I have been a member at Woodford Community Christian Church for over 30 years. I am retired from Motion Industries since January, 2013 and am enjoying retirement.