September 5, 1958 – October 30, 2021
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Patricia ” Pat” Lynne Clark ( Lacombe, Alberta ) who passed away October 30th, 2021, at the age of 63. Leaving to mourn her many friends and family. Pat brought joy and love into the hearts of everyone that she met.
Pat was born to Ray and Bertha Campbell in Cardston, Alberta on September 5th, 1958, the youngest of 4 children. She graduated from Cardston High School and went on to marry and have children of her own.
She met her husband Derrel Clark in her hometown of Cardston, and were married on February 4th of 1978 in a small, warm-hearted ceremony. On October 16th 1979, and July 28th 1981 respectively they welcomed their two children Cory and Kaycie, who were the light of her life.
Pat was very passionate about her few hobbies, gardening, baking with her grandchildren and camping. She loved visiting the mountains and spending time playing cards and listening to music with her friends. Pat’s biggest accomplishment, and greatest honor in her life was being the best mother and grandmother to her family and being the “neighborhood mom” to all in her life. This includes the close friends of her children, beloved nephews and nieces, and anyone she met that needed a helping hand. Everyone in her life knew they could come to her at anytime and she would always offer an ear to listen, a shoulder to cry on, or a joke to lighten the mood. Her warmth was contagious, touching the hearts of everyone she met.
She will be sorely missed, and is survived by her husband, Derrel Clark; children, Cory Clark, Kaycie Clark (Jarrod); her brother Melvin Campbell; her grandchildren, Katie, Parker, Haydyn and Keira; and her great grandson Tucker. She was predeceased in death by her parents, Ray and Bertha Campbell; and her brothers Warren Campbell (Elenor) and Everett Campbell (Sharon).
A Funeral Service was held.
The family also wishes to express their sincere appreciation for the sympathy, comforting words and all expressions of kindness from the community.
Condolences may be made by visiting www.wilsonsfuneralchapel.ca
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