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Tracy Norman Clark
Tracy Norman Clark passed away on April 14, 2020, after a hard-fought battle with cancer.
He was born June 3, 1956, to Joe and Joan Clark. Tracy enjoyed life to its fullest and was quite a jokester.
Tracy so loved his mother and father; in later life, he was instrumental in helping them for years in taking care of them.
He enjoyed time with friends and family. Also, he liked his automobiles and his guns, motorcycles, and his collection of samurai swords. He graduated from Ben Lomond High School. He worked at Western Zirconium for 38 years.
Tracy is survived by his sisters: Pam and (Brent) Vanderwood, Cathy and (Robert) Adam.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Joe and Joan Clark, and brother Steve Clark.
As a family, we wish to give our appreciation to the Huntsman Cancer Hospital, and all of his doctors and nurses that treated him, also South Ogden Post-Acute Skill Nursing facility. The family thanks you all for the care given to him during his time of need.
Due to the COVID -19 Virus, we have decided to not hold Graveside Services until which time it would be more beneficial for friends and family to participate.
Tracy I will always remember you for the awesome friend youve been to me and your sense of humor. You made work so much fun and enjoyable at Western Zirconium when you were on shift. I miss your pranks and jokes. There were several times I would throw a cup of cold water from off the third floor while you were working on the deck and you always got even with me. I always looked forward to hearing what new purchase you had made on your days off, which was usually a new gun from Kents. Thank you for your friendship and your positive attitude and the example were to us as you endured these many extremely difficult months and hard-fought battle with cancer. You will be greatly missed by the Hancey family. Till we meet again, Jason
Jason Apr 21 2020 12:00 AM
Because I have been lucky enough to have Pam as my best friend since we were 7th graders, I also have been lucky enough to know (and enjoy) her extended family. Even though I didnt know Tracy on a personal level I knew all about him...I also know how close the Clark siblings have always been. Through their laughter and tears, they have been bonded like no other family Ive ever known. To Pam (and her boys, Jason and Ryan) and Brent, Cathy and Robert I send both my and my husband Vinces deepest sympathy at this extremely hard time. I know how much you will miss Tracy in that he was such a large piece of the tapestry that makes up your family. But I also know that he will always be in your hearts, just as Joe, Joan and Steve are. We send our love to all of you and hope that soon only the good times will be in your memories.
Leigh MacManus Apr 21 2020 12:00 AM
Tracy is my hero. His whole illness the only thing he complained about was how lousy the cable TV was at rehab. We love and miss you sweet brother, brother-in-law, uncle...you're the best! Much love, Pam
Pam Cark Vanderwood Apr 19 2020 12:00 AM
My heart is hurting for you Cathy and Pam. God has his arms wrapped around your precious baby brother. Such great memories he left for you. I have the best memories of your great family. Love to all, Toyetta
Toyetta Apr 19 2020 12:00 AM
Tracy was one of the nicest people I know. He spent much of his time helping out his parents until they both passed in 2014. He loved unique automobiles and traded often when something new came out. He had that special Clark sense of humor that made being around the whole family fun. We miss him.
Brent Vanderwood Apr 19 2020 12:00 AM
Cathy and Pam I am so sorry to hear about Tracy, my heart is absolutely breaking right now he was such a wonderful man with the sweetest of souls and even though it didn't work between us many years ago he was my first love and was never far from my thoughts and was and will be forever in my heart. I'm sure he is celebrating seeing your parents and Steve and other family members gone before him and I hope that brings you peace and comfort my thoughts and prayers are with you both.
Linda Apr 19 2020 12:00 AM
We love you Tracy - Thank you for letting Cathy and I on this last chapter of our lifes together. Through the hardship and the wonderful times we had together. We have learn a lot of how loving and caring for each other has help us grow even closer. Though we are trying are best to adjust by your passing and our hearts are heavy with sadness, we are remembering all wonderful times we have had together. May you Rest In Peace - When we meet again
Cathy & Bob Adam Apr 19 2020 12:00 AM