• • •  ROBERT EARL CLARK • • •   
BIRTHDAY: March 8, 1984
Son of Ellen Isaly Clark and Bill Clark
Brother of Bill Clark
Grandson of Walter "Bud" Isaly
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am the son of Bill and Ellen Clark and the brother of Bill Clark. I graduated from Ohio State University in 2006 with a degree in Business Finance in 2006. I am currently the owner/operator of two businesses in Columbus: Golden Bear Lawn Care Ltd., and B&R Automotive.

I started Golden Bear Lawn Care Ltd about ten years ago, just working around the neighborhood. Currently it is my full time job, consisting of about 60 commercial and residential accounts.

About three years ago I started a project building a '65 Shelby Cobra. I have pretty much been a car junkie since I was born; I built models and played with match box cars as a child, and now still play with bigger versions of those very things. In the process of building my car I met another Cobra owner and established builder named Bill Dyer. After completing my car, Bill and I decided to open up a shop doing automotive work, but focusing on Cobras. We are working on three builds right now, which we have had since we opened up in November. In the coming months we will also have the opportunity to build a car for the Ohio Cobra Club, which I am a member of. Each year the club builds a car and sells raffle tickets to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

When I'm not mowing lawns or working on a car you would probably find me lifting weights, bowling, at the shooting range, or if the weather is nice, burning the tires off my Cobra. I also love to travel, which thankfully is something I can do quite a bit of during the winter months since there is no grass to mow. This January I went to Phoenix with my mom for the Barrett-Jackson car auction, and then in March I went on a cruise to Grand Cayman and Cozumel. I took a little extra time and stayed in Tampa with my Uncle so we would have enough time to make it to Siesta Key, where my family has vacationed for the last 25 years. It is also nice to see Aunt Shirley and Uncle Earl's old condo we stayed in for so many years. It is a second home to everyone in my family.