While blowing out his candles, Will Clark accidentally gets a little icing on his thumb as his 70-year-old son Max looks on.
Will Clark, who will turn 108 years old on Aug. 17, walks himself out to ride in one of Golder Ranch Fire District’s vehicles last week during a party. The festival was held for him at his home, Fairwinds Desert Point.
Of the many pictures around Will Clarks home of his family and his late wife Lois, below his television sits a coffee mug with photos of Lois throughout her life. She died two years ago at the age of 103.
Will Clark, who will be 108 later this month, moves around by himself his home at Fairwinds Desert Point.
Will Clark is given the “108” portion of his birthday cake while he sits next to Max Clark, his 70-year-old son, during a birthday celebration last week.
Will Clark gets a small gift and a handshake from Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath during Clark’s 108th birthday celebration.