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Obituary for Susan Clark

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Susan Clark

June 8, 1956 - June 10, 2012

Susan Lee Wright ClarkJune 8, 1956 – June 10, 2012Susan Lee Wright Clark, “Pam”, returned to the presence of her Heavenly Father, and the arms of her dear mother, on June 10, 2012. She was born June 8, 1956 to William Lee and Darla Johnson Wright, in Pocatello, Idaho.She grew up in Georgetown, Idaho, where she graduated from Bear Lake High School. She attended beauty school in San Diego, California then returned to Idaho to help make ladies beautiful. After that she moved to Salt Lake City to work as a secretary in a couple of different jobs.She met Dale Clark and they were later married in Georgetown, Idaho. After a short stay in Clearfield, they accepted a foreign job assignment with the US Air Force at Clark Air Base Philippines. Two children were born from their union, Ashley Jeannette and Christian Remington Clark.”Mama Pam” dearly loved her family and was a diligent servant of the Lord. She was a shining example of humility and grace, and she will be deeply missed.She is preceded in death by her mother Darla Jean Johnson.Surviving siblings are William Glenn (Deborah) of Salt Lake City, Utah, Dale B (Mila)of San Marcelino, Philippines, Eugene L. (Jill Rae) of Montpelier, Idaho, Darrell J. (Dawn) of Georgetown, Idaho, Phillip B. (Marjean) of Montpelier, Idaho, and Mary Ann of Salt Lake City, Utah.Viewing will be held at Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden, June 15, 2012, from 7 to 9 p.m. A family viewing will take place at 12 p.m., followed by a funeral at 1 p.m. the following day, June 16, 2012, at 12 p.m. at the LDS church in Georgetown, Idaho.Interment will then take place at Georgetown City Cemetery, Georgetown, Idaho.The family wishes to thank Crestwood Care Center in Ogden, the University of Utah Liver Transplant Team and other hospital care givers that have helped along the way. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made at America First Credit Union in the name of Susan Clark.Services under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.Please convey condolences to www.leavittsmortuary.comPlease send us your condolences and a memory at www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Visitation Information

Date: Saturday, June 16, 2012

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

George Town LDS Ward

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, , Georgetown, ID,

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Service Information

Date: Saturday, June 16, 2012

Time: 1:00 pm -

George Town LDS Ward

Address:

, , Georgetown, ID,

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Cemetery Information

Date: Saturday, June 16, 2012

Georgetown City Cemetery

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, , Georgetown , ID,

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Timeline for Susan Clark

Born: June 8, 1956
Died: June 10, 2012

Condolences for Susan Clark

Shelli Preece and Dave Preece posted on 6/16/12

Dear Clark Family, I remember many times Susan at Church being kind to everyone she ever talked too. She was a wonderful person and great friend. She adored her kids. I pray you find some peace knowing she was a true example of christ. She will be deeply missed but I am thankful she touched my family and set the example to me of how to be a mom. Her kids were great examples of how well she raised them. Hugs to you both Ashley and Chris. Love Shelli, Dave Preece and Kids

 

Mike Clark posted on 6/14/12

Having grown up in Washington I did not get to know my Aunt Susan well, Until I was called on a Mission to Salt Lake City. Occassionally, my duties brought me past Clearfield, and I will stop by for a visit.Everytime I would stop by Aunt Susan would have fresh cookies made and we would have a short visit. Apparently, the occassion that I would visit (unannounced), were the only times that Aunt Susan would back homemade cookies. She joked that somehow I knew and would only stop by for the cookies. The coincidence was uncanny but truly sweet. My companions never complained (she made delicious cookies) and I think my cousins would have liked me to stop by more often.Along with that memory, I cherish memories of Aunt Susan's kindness (not just cookies), and sincerity. Mike Clark

 

Ron and Chris Stuart posted on 6/14/12

It was a pleasure to get to know Susan. Chris and I enjoyed sitting near her on the back row at Sacrament Meeting. She was a dedicated person. Her love and support for her children was evident and was an example. I appreciate the opportunity to give her a blessing. Thank you Dale, Ashley and Chris for allowing me to see your love for you Mother and Wife. May the Lord's choicest blessings be with you.Ron and Chris Stuart

 

Tracy Goertzen posted on 6/14/12

Susan was one of my first friends when we moved to Clearfield from Pocatello. Something about Idaho people -- we always manage to find each other. It was my privilege to teach both Ashley and Chris piano for several years and have you in my home with your mom. You are both tributes to her loving example and wonderful spirit. You are all in my thoughts and prayers tonight!Love, Tracy

 

Cristan Clark Story posted on 6/14/12

I was so sad to hear the news on Monday. My heart breaks for you guys. I loved Aunt Susan. She was such a wonderful example to all those around her. I remember Sunday visits to your home when we were growing up. Your mom was always so welcoming. I also remember how talented she was. She had so many qualities that I admire and that I need to develop. She will be missed. I am so grateful for the gospel! I know you will see her someday. I pray that you all are able to feel our Heavenly Farhers arms around you at this sad time. Much love! Cristan Story

 

Lisa Youngberg posted on 6/14/12

Clark family,When we first met you when you moved into the ward or maybe we moved in, it was a pleasure to know you. We were so sad when you decided to move but knew you were all excited for your new journey. We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with your family.Love, Dave, Lisa, Lyndsay, Marcie, Chantel, Chelsea YoungbergClearfield 4th Ward

 

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