Glen Alma Clark

August 10, 1933March 4, 2013

Glen Alma Clark, 79, returned to his Heavenly Father peacefully surrounded by his family on March 4, 2013. He was born August 10, 1933 in Blackfoot Idaho to Lovina Parker and Parley Gower Clark. He graduated from Tooele High School, served in the U.S. Army and retired from the Utah Air National Guard as a MSgt. Glen married RaNay Howell, they had three daughters and were later divorced. He married Norma Jeanne Warnick in 1979 and they were later sealed for time and all eternity in the Salt Lake Temple. Glen’s occupations included being a barber, salesman, letter carrier and most recently as a tour guide. He was an active member of the Valley View 11th ward serving in numerous positions, including a full-time mission with Norma in Rochester, New York. Glen was a proud member of the Sons of Utah Pioneers and the NCO-AGA. He loved to travel, play games, and spend time with his family. He is survived by his devoted companion of 33 years, Norma, his children Lisa (Tom Brooke); Jaynie (Dean Williams); Fay (Art Radford); Bryan (Jill) Potts; Janae (Sid Jeffs); Raelynn Potts; Dana (Travis Scheel); Kara (Lewis Black); and Jorel (Emily Bradley) Potts, 27 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by brothers Dyle Clark and Lynn (LaRee) Clark. Funeral Services will be held Saturday March 9th at 11:00 a.m. at the Valley View 11th Ward, 1925 East Gunderson Lane, Holladay. Viewing on Friday March 8th from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 S. Highland Dr. or one hour prior to the service. Interment will be at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at St. Marks Hospital for their excellent care in Glen’s final days. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to your favorite charity.


  • Visitation Friday, March 8, 2013
  • Funeral Service Saturday, March 9, 2013

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March 10, 2013

Dear Norma, Dave and I were so sorry to hear about the passing of your dear Glen. He was always so gracious and kind to us and always had such a happy smile. Our love and prayers to you, Norma, and our thanks again for your warmth and understanding when we were experiencing our loss. Your gentle kindness was so appreciated. I wish I could give you a hug but we are in the MTC preparing to go to Rochester, New York (Palmyra Temple)!!! Thanks for paving the way for us.

We know you understand the glorious plan for eternal life but lonely days are long. We pray for your comfort and peace. Our Love, Dave and Kris Jackson

Emily Potts

March 8, 2013

This world lost an amazing man. I consider myself lucky that I knew him and had the honor of being a part of his family. Glen was a man of integrity, he is one of the most generous people I know. He accepted me for who I am, and never passed judgement. Glen always had a smile on his face. He was an amazing Grandpa to my kids and I am so sad that they only got a few years of playing with him. I am grateful that they got to spend time with him weekly. I am not a fan of Tom & Jerry, but that was something special that he was so excited to watch with Jaxon. We will tell our kids stories of Grandpa always. Glen was a man that I could spend hours talking to. He was a man filled with knowledge and wisdom. I will miss hearing him say, "Hey Jer" as it is a phrase that he said EVERY me we saw him and this will stick with me forever. I will hold on to all the memories we had traveling, playing games, picnics, the list goes on. Glen was a man that put his family first, everything else could wait. I am so grateful that I married into such an amazing family and I got the opportunity to know Glen for 12 years.
This is a reminder that life is precious and you never know what the next minute will bring. I am forever grateful for my family and friends that have helped and loved my family, especially these past few days and I know will continue to do just that as we mourn the loss of an absolutely amazing man.
Much love my friend, you will be missed in our home.

March 8, 2013

He will be remembered fondly by all who knew him through the Tour business. He planted many gospel seeds and was a missionary to the tourists, Thank you for your knowledge, kindness, and kinship--


March 8, 2013

Dear Norma, I will always smile when I think of the times we played Wahoo and the fun that was had by all. I'll forever be grateful to both of you for taking me under your wings. I pray you will be comforted and feel peace. Love, Natalie

Andrea Williams

March 8, 2013

Glen had a way of lighting up a room by simply walking into it. I had the pleasure of working with him at the tour office, and the day was always brighter with him there. I admired him greatly and so truly honored to have known him. He was such an example of love, joy and happiness, and I will always remember what light he brought to everyone around him.

Bob Kelleher

March 8, 2013

Norma, My condolences to you. I remember your active participation in the NCOAGA when I was in the Guard. Glen and you were a big part of our Guard family and I value the time we had together.

March 8, 2013

Norma and dear family,

Please accept our love and deep sympathy at the passing of our dear friend and your sweet husband and father Glen. There are many memories of experiences with him and with you that we will cherish forever.

While we won't be able to be with you tonight or tomorrow, please know that we are thinking of you and praying for you.

I have no doubt that he will continue to be a guide and a light in your lives - just in a different way.

With much love,

John and Patti Wittwer

March 7, 2013

I will remember (forever) both of you, Glen and Norma, and how you helped me run the Union for my 13 years in office, as President. Norma Potts from Foothill era to Glen Clark @Northwest Station...and to never forget Norma as our Secretary. We must still share Xmas cards Norma, even with your loss.

Joe & Sherrie Wood

March 7, 2013

We want you to know that we are thinking of you and hoilding you in our hearts. With loving sympathy,
Dave and Donna Johnson

Tyler Brooke

March 7, 2013

I'm always going to remember when I was little and my mom would say we're going to Grandpa's and then I would say “is it the 7-eleven Grandpa?” We would travel for an entire day to your house and then we would at some point before leaving to go home make a trip to the 7-eleven by your house. You would let us pick out 10 of the little candies from the bottom shelf, whichever ones we wanted. I would look forward to it so much. I remember the time my pickup broke down right in the middle of moving and the back end was full of my things. You picked me up and went with me to the repair shop and to go get a rental. A week later I bought a car and we returned the rental. We drove around afterwards talking about girls and music and the new car. It was fun. I going to miss the games and the way you could sometimes ask your dice to roll a certain number and then they would. I'm always going to feel close to you and I look forward to seeing you again someday.