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Clark D. Seymour

July 31, 1947 ~ December 22, 2021

Clark D. Seymour, 74, of Vero Beach passed away Wednesday, December 22, 2021.

A twin, Clark and his brother, Mark were born July 31, 1947 in Columbus, Ohio to William and Julia (Barkey) Seymour.

Clark and Mark began playing piano at the age of 4. When they were 16 when their father bought them their first piano, and that was the start of decades long careers in entertainment. The pair studied performing arts at Ohio State University.

The “Twin Dueling Piano Twins” Mark & Clark performed on radio, televisions and stage shows across the country. A mixture of comedy, music and singing their act earned them a recurring spot on the Joey Bishop Show, which lead to an appearance on The Merv Griffin Show. They have performed in front of thousands under the dazzling lights of Vegas and Atlantic City. Even performing for future president, Donald Trump.

He is survived by his brother, Mark; sister, Lisa Damiano and her husband, Anthony of Fort Pierce; and a host of family and friends.


Reesa Kamins

December 25, 2021, 10:49 pm

Clark you will always be remembered for being so wonderful and talented RIP. FUI the picture is of Mark for some reason

Cooke trask

December 27, 2021, 2:41 pm

So sorry to hear about the passing of Clark, him and his brother were such fantastic entertainers and brought so much happiness to everyone. God bless

Jane Saar (Peters)

December 30, 2021, 10:52 pm

My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Clark. I have such fond memories of our time in Pompano Beach, Florida. You will never be forgotten ♥️

NanC Carnes

December 31, 2021, 10:29 am

Clark was a kind, loving and a beautiful man. His laughter was contagious. He will be deeply missed by me. Rest in peace Caca.
BTW, the picture is of Mark.

Don Myers

December 31, 2021, 11:27 pm

RIP in Clark prayers to the family

Steve Burkey

January 1, 2022, 3:22 am

So sorry to hear this. I remember Clark & Mark from 7th grade on. Always full of smiles. Seemed to always share his happiness with the world.

Pat Pappas Stegman

January 1, 2022, 5:12 am

Deepest sympathies to all the family.

Ron Burling

January 1, 2022, 7:08 pm

Condolences to the entire family….

Ron Burling
NHS Class of ’65

Cheryl Evans

January 1, 2022, 11:40 pm

Mark and family, we are so sorry to hear about Clark’s passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers.❤️ Cheryl and John Evans,

Bill Lanman

January 2, 2022, 2:34 am

Always kind, good guy. Have not seen either of them in 50+ years. Clark & Mark have left good memories for all who knew them.
Fair winds and following seas, Clark. May you find comfort in the arms of heaven. May your family and friends find peace in your remembrance. I’ll see you some time in the future..

Terri Kirk Decarlo

January 4, 2022, 4:32 am

So very sorry for your families loss. What a Gregarious soul, always entertaining. I am so happy and honoured to hear your wonderful concert at our class reunion.
RIP Clark

Virginia Kowalsky Cornell

January 4, 2022, 7:39 pm

I am very sorry to here of his passing. He was a great man and cousin you will be missed

Janelle Theis Harrigill

January 10, 2022, 4:00 pm

Mark, my heart goes out to you and to everyone who loved Clark. This is such a huge loss. I wish I could take away the hurt you are feeling, and I want you to know how much I care.
I recently found a Columbus Dispatch article & picture of both of you, 4/12/1965. It described two talented pianists with an aspiring future, but we already knew that!! I also found a darling picture of our Crestview Kindergarten Class 1952/1953. The majority of us went on to graduate together, North High 1965.
I have lots of fond memories of both of you over those years. Birthday parties, piano recitals with Miss Clark, and the list goes on. I am so proud of both of you and all your accomplishments and talent. I was so lucky to be there at the beginning. However, there is so much more to both of you. Kindness, caring, love, and a cute sense of humor that lights up a room. Besides being twins and amazing pianists, you each have individual greatness!
Clark will be sadly missed, but never forgotten. Sending lots of love to you.

John Meyer

January 16, 2022, 10:09 pm

Mark, I am just so sad to learn of Clark’s passing. So many of us from the NHS class of ’65 have nothing but the fondest memories of you and Clark. I had the special bonus of being in the same Cub Scout den with you two (I think!), and got to know your mom and dad rather well. Great folks, of course. It was very special to reconnect with you two at our class reunion, and I have fond memories of watching you and Clark perform at your Florida night club, ages and ages ago. Janelle put it very well and I echo her wonderful words. Clark will be sadly missed, but never forgotten.


January 20, 2022, 11:12 am

I am heartbroken about this news. Mark I pray for comfort and peace in your heart. Clark was a wonderful person. Love to all your family. MaryAnn McKelvey Hash.

Sandi Holden Savell

January 28, 2022, 3:05 pm

I spent many a laughing hour enjoying Mark & Clark at the Keyboard Cabaret. Sorry to hear of Clark’s passing and praying for his family. A bright star now shines past the heavens our eyes can see.

Ronnie Hart

January 30, 2022, 9:33 pm

Mark, I’m so sorry to hear of Clark’s passing. I always enjoyed talking to him and laughing at his jokes. No matter how many times I booked your show and saw your show you both made it sound like it was your very first exciting and fun show. He was an exceptional musician and entertainer! DeeAnn and I will miss him dearly! Take care my dear friend. Call me when you feel up to it. God bless! ❤️❤️❤️

Amy (Miller) Pellerito

February 7, 2022, 3:17 am

Saw Mark and Clark at Mr. Clark’s lounge in Grand Rapids in the early ‘70’s. I was only 14 and shouldn’t have been in a bar but my dad and his friend took me and my girlfriend. She and I instantly developed crushes on you guys. She lived near the house you were staying at on Plymouth and she walked there and knocked on the door to buy your album which I still have. Also have the single with “Please do Yourself a Favor” and “One Past Summer Afternoon. I was just looking you guys up tonight and saw the comments on Clark’s passing. So sorry to hear this.

Laura Raczkowski

February 27, 2022, 10:22 pm

Mark, I am really sorry to hear about Clark’s passing. I also saw you when I was a kid at the lounge in Trump Plaza and then we got to hang out with you for probably a few hours at the bar downstairs. My dads name was Augie and he always hung out with you when he was there. That night is still one of the best childhood memories. I’ve kept checking one in a while hoping you would’ve come closer to Massachusetts to see you again

Agnes Violette-Danzer

April 5, 2022, 10:35 pm


Dee Dee (Pettit) Morgan

May 26, 2022, 2:25 am

Mark, so sorry for the passing of your brother. I have twin daughters and I know the rare bond they have with each other. May you be comforted by your many friends, memories of your brother, and the family that holds you close. I remember all the joy you both brought others through your music and many summer evenings walking down in the glen with you, your brother, Tom Scott and Patty Shively. Part of my favorite remembrances of high school. Thoughts are with you, Mark.

Susan M. Gabriel

June 27, 2022, 2:31 pm

Susan Schubert -Gabriel. June 27 2022. Mark so sorry for your brother Clark passing , you both have been amazing to know , such great memories of you entertaining in Pompano Beach Florida, & a fun trip to NY city when you had just completed your Double take condolences to your family& you .

Daniel Cremeans

September 22, 2022, 8:34 am

Clark was a great friend, and funny, funny man. I was blessed to see him ( and Mark ) perform in Atlantic City for years. He made me laugh….alot. My condolences to Mark and his family. I somewhat understand… as a twin myself (Donald ) brother. A twin bond is quite unique.

Els Hendriks

October 5, 2022, 6:36 am

I am so sorry to hear of Clark’s passing. I don’t know much about you or your band, but the song “Worn down piano” has been my absolute number one song since I can remember. I could and still can play this number in the car for a whole trip on repeat and I still love it. It has always been of great comfort to me. It would always make me smile and leave me happier than before. My condolences to you and your family.

Linda Hilverding

October 18, 2022, 6:58 am

I am so saddened to learn this. My late husband Dick Burbick and I saw these fabulous guys perform often It was the seventies and we lived in Pompano Beach,and gathered our friends,and off we go for great evenings of entertainment. I saw them in the eighties also,and still have their first album. My condolences. Linda B.-H

carole matthews

January 7, 2023, 11:03 pm

Condolences from Carole Matthews SOuth Fla they had a fabulous act sorry
Clark passed exc spelling

Kees Kerkhoven, The Netherlands

January 19, 2023, 12:15 pm

My condolences to all family and friends of Clark, especially to Mark, even though it is long overdue. I only learned of his passing today.

The album Double Take has been a favorite of mine since it was released, when I was a teenager. The song Worn Down Piano still is a hit in the Netherlands, celebrated with other all-time hits by different radio stations each year in a Top 2000 (public NPO Radio 2) and Top 4000 (commercial Radio 10). Younger generations appear to appreciate the musical quality as much as the admirers from the 1970s do. Other songs didn’t get the recognition and

I hope Clark (and Mark) will long be remembered, not only for their musical qualities, but in fond memories by all who were so lucky to know him and them together.

Candi Spencer

March 12, 2023, 5:56 pm

Mark, I’ve just come across this and am so sorry to hear Clark passed. When I was young, my parents were very frequent diners at The Jai Lai in Columbus, and I was usually ‘dragged’ along. I spent many nights watching you and Clark and hoping I would some day play as well! You were both were so kind to me and always took an interest in how I was doing even though I was just a little girl. I don’t remember which of you it was, but I still have my baton that one of you twirled outside in the parking lot one night on break, and your album which you signed “to very great and long time friends”. My condolences to you and your family.

Harm de Ruiter

March 30, 2023, 8:58 am

Mark, my sincere condolences to you and your family. I’m really sorry to hear about Clark’s passing.
You and your brother enriched my life through your music and both of you will always be in my thoughts and will never be forgotten. All the best.

Judy Swayne Lewis

April 27, 2023, 4:13 am

Hi Mark, it’s been so long? I was just checking to see how you boys were and saw that Clark has passed. My name is Judy Swayne. I was your babysitter from years ago. I’m so sorry!!! Sure did love you guys!!!

Rusha Halford

August 19, 2023, 10:22 pm

My husband, friends and I have very fond memories of Clark, Mark and Scot performing in Tunica (Robinsonville, MS) way back in the mid 90’s. They performed there for six weeks. We got to know them and had a great time being with them. We even got our picture made with them. May God bless Mark, Scot and their entire family and friends. <3

carole matthews

October 10, 2023, 2:12 pm

Carole Matthews living in South Fla since 1970 The twins were a wonderful duo an so very talented Did not see show too often as my friend Tony Chance was preforming at The Brick Yard in Fort Lauderdale So sorry Mark that Clarke has passed on my sincere condolences for the piano duo one of the best in the world Carole Matthews from South Fla Rest In Peace Clarke
Oct 10 2023 Bought their records Wonderful

Carl Chevallard, PhD/ Lt Col., USAF, Ret. Oceanside, CA.

December 18, 2023, 1:56 am

Dear Mark, I’m VERY glad I found this updated email,
but I’m very SORRY to read that Clark has passed on. My bride, Barbara Burgoon and I much enjoyed your brotherly duets, especially at the Jail Lai! You made all of our North High musicians so VERY proud! Best wishes, always, Carl Chevallard, US Air Force
bandmaster 1983- 2004. 🙂

Marc & Rio Frost

December 27, 2023, 5:47 pm

Dear Mark.
Rio, I and the family are so very sorry to hear about Clark. We love two very much and were very blessed to have played with you on those few occasions. You are family to us and if we can do anything please don’t hesitate to call. God bless you and your family greatly.
Love you dear friend.

Connie Woodman

March 22, 2024, 2:03 am

Connie Woodman here would really love to know how you were doing Mark I am still in Fort Lauderdale and still love your music and play it all the time. I would love to connect at this old age love always.

Heather Weikel (now Adriano)

May 15, 2024, 8:45 pm

Mark and family:
You and your brother changed my life in so many ways. Nothing I do could ever be enough to repay you for all you have done and how blessed I feel. I hope you know how incredibly grateful and appreciative l am for all of you!!! Words can not express how thankful I am the day our paths met and what followed after. But, I hope that what I do each day throughout my life is a reflective testament to the positive effects you had on me and that I can do the same for others. As I have matured, I have countlessly dreamed about a day I might have another opportunity to be able to tell you and show you both face to face just how much our time meant to me and how much my life has been impacted by you. From Atlantic City l, to sitting with you and Phil to go over music theory, to our short but incredible visit in Vegas… Thank you for the memories, for the laughs, for seeing me, inspiring me, and being like family in the times we shared. I may not be able to tell Clark but I hope he’s watching from Heaven and it makes him smile with pride and joy. And Mark, I hope this makes you smile and let’s you know how much you still mean to me… always will. Blessings always! Please accept min and my family’s love and condolences. Maybe SOMEDAY we can reconnect… my number never changed.


June 1, 2024, 1:43 am

Dear Mark,

I just saw this and I am so very sorry!
Clark was so very special to me. We shared some very special times.
Sending love to you and your family.

Jean Perry now Jean Zinser

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