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It wasn't the toll from lugging a heavy toolbox to work that finally sent Ray Clark to the gym. It was something more profound. He lost his wife of 67 years. Then he lost his daughter. He was looking for something to fill the empty hours. "I was getting a little lazy at home, and I decided I'd go down to the exercise club," he recalled.That was more than three years ago, when Clark was 98. He recently turned 102.