Lucille L Clark | 07/14/2019

In loving memory of our mother, grandmother, and friend, Lucille Clark.

Mom was born in Ioka, Utah, a small farming town in Eastern Utah on August 31, 1923. She was the youngest child of Lewis & Zetta Larsen.

Mom has two daughters, Eva and Marion, by her first husband Marion Richens, who was killed in action in Normandy, France in WWII. He was awarded a Purple Heart.

As a young widow, Mom met Ralph Clark in downtown Roosevelt. As she said, it was “Love at First Sight”. Ralph was the love of her life and she told us often how much she missed him. He died in Arco, Montana of heart failure. They had three children, Ann, Frank and Larry.

Between all five children, she was blessed with 10 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren and 8 great-great-grandchildren.

Mom loved fishing, hunting, camping, dancing and being with family and friends. She was famous in the family for her homemade crepes, cinnamon rolls, bread, rolls and a dish called Lumpy Dick.

We love you mom and miss you. Thank you for all you did for us.