Adeline B Clark
Born: 12/10/1933, Lingle, Wyoming
Long time Moab resident, Adeline B. Clark, 82, passed away on November 27, 2016 surrounded by her family.
Adeline was born on December 10, 1933 in Lingle, Wyoming to Jacob and Katherine Koch. She spent her childhood on a farm near Sheridan, Wyoming; there she developed a good work ethic which she later passed on to her family. She met her life-long companion Charles and they were married in Sheridan on January 8, 1955. After traveling a few years in the oil fields they settled in Moab in 1961. They were blessed with 4 lovely children, 11 Grandchildren, and 14 Great-grandchildren.
She enjoyed gardening, quilting, cooking, music, dancing and especially spending quality time with her family. When Charles retired, they enjoyed traveling in their motor home and exploring the country.
Adeline was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother; her life was her family. She was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses in 1958, and she always remained faithful, setting a fine example to her family and friends. She is survived by her husband, Charles Clark. Daughters: Cathy (Jose) Churampi (Moab,UT) and Linda (Santiago) Arteaga(Fort Meyers, FL); Sons: Robbie Clark (Sacramento, CA) and Jeff (Brigette) Clark (West Valley City, UT); Sisters: Elfreda Williams, Helen Showers and Florence Weibel. She is preceded in death by 5 sisters and 2 brothers.
Adeline was always involved in planning fun activities that will always be cherished by those she loved.
Memorial services will be held at 1:00pm on Dec 3, 2016 at The Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses 25 W. Dogwood Ave. Moab, Utah
Tributes:Dear Charlie, Kathy, Robbie, Linda, and Jeff:
I am sorry for your loss. I remember that before my mother passed that Linda came over and talked with my mom and Charlie walked over and we chatted. This is how I remember the Clark family, loving and caring for others. I remember Adeline the same way. I know your strong faith is an anchor for you at this time. Know that you're all in my prayers as well.
- Clive GaryWas very blessed to have grown up knowing such a wonderful person as Adaline was. Our thoughts are with all the family members and those that blessed to have known her as a good and great friend.
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