Clarence “Chubb” Clark was born in Millinocket, Maine in 1922. His parents were Canadian and they moved to Maine so that his father could work in the Great Northern Mill. After a few years, they moved to Aroostook County where they were able to survive the Depression through his father’s skills as a carpenter and a steady supply of potatoes. He graduated from Tufts University as a history major and taught history at Fort Fairfield High School for over twenty years. While teaching, he was an active member of the Democratic Party in Maine. He was Bill Hathaway’s campaign chairman in 1962 and 1964.
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