Well known country music star and Grand Ole Opry member Roy Clark has laid down his working tool according to a post on The Fox News website.
The well-known guitarist and host of the longtime syndicated TV “Hee Haw” passed away at his home in Tulsa, Oklahoma on November 15th at the age of 85.
Brother Clark who’s hits included “Yesterday when I was young” and “Thank God and Greyhound” was made a Mason at sight by the Grand Master of Oklahoma was a member of Jenks Lodge No. 497 in Oklahoma on December 8, 1987. Clark was a member of the Tulsa Valley of the Scottish Rie and was elected to receive the Knights CourthCross of Honor on October 6, 1997.
Brother Clark has also held memberships in the York Rite and the Akdar Shrine in Tulsa.