Becky J. Clark
August 1, 1950 – May 26, 2018
Becky Jo Clark was born August 1, 1950 in Sioux City, Iowa. She later graduated from Urbandale High School in 1968. Our Beloved Mother and Grandmother went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, May 26, 2018. Family was very important for Becky, she lived for her children and grandchildren. Anything they needed, she was there to help. She leaves behind her Children; Chris (Kellie) Conner, Chad (Katina) Conner, and Ashley (Benjamin) Nowlin, her Sister Geri Ann Keller and brothers Steve, Kim, and Tim Johnson, nieces, nephews, god daughters and her 10 grandchildren Christopher, Kaylene, Kate, Caleb, Colin, Ali, Katie, Sarah, Eli and JB; as well as her “kids” Andy and Annie Lauri (the dogs). Becky was saved in 1965. She led her life in Jesus. She loved one another as she loved herself. When she moved to Stuart, Fl she began attending Redeemer Lutheran Church and School. She married her Husband, Marty Clark there in December of 1986 .Redeemer Lutheran was a very important part of Becky’s life. She volunteered at Redeemer when able and while serving even penned an alter ego know to all as Mrs. Scatterbrain. She uplifted the hearts of the teachers and students alike. Serving the Lord through the church and school was very important for Becky. It gave her great joy to teach the Tuesday morning Bible study. She has reunited in heaven with her Husband of 27 years Marty Clark, Grandma Elsie Johnson, parents Charlene and Loren Johnson, Mother Joyce Eison and Sister Lori Rathbun. Chris, Chad and Ashley are eternally grateful for the way that our mother raised us. We love you mom, forever. Any donations can be made out to Redeemer Lutheran Church and School in Stuart, FL. A Celebration of Life will be held at Redeemer Lutheran Church and School in Stuart, Fl on June 10, 2018 at 12:30 pm following the 11:00 am service.
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Becky J. Clark
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June 9, 2018
My dearest mother in law, I am truly blessed to have so many wonderful memories with you. The biggest memories I will always treasure are just the simple times when we would sit with a cup of coffee and have a long chat. Those are the moments I will miss forever. One memory I think of that I will never forget is we went on a cruise and we were sitting enjoying some live music one night and Becky jumped up and started dancing. I got video of it. That’s what the picture is from. She was having such a great time, it was so awesome to see. This is how I picture her in heaven right now. God blessed me with such a wonderful, loving, caring, mother in law and right now my heart is broken into so many pieces. I will miss you here on this earth but I know I will see you again in a much more wonderful place. Everyone in times like this always say rest in Peace, but I know you, and I know you are up there singing hallelujah and dancing in the sky!! Spread your wings and fly Mother in law, I love you dearly and am going to miss you very much!!
June 6, 2018
So many memories of this caring loving woman. She is one of the reasons why I love my memories of Redeemer We had great times there and still find myself thinking about them abd everyone there.
R I P you wonderful person.
I know Coleen has welcomed you and now watching over every heart that you touched
Karen Parsons Erickson
June 4, 2018
"True friends are never apart, maybe in distance but never in heart."
We shared so many sweet memories and children and grandchildren.
I love you my friend and I will miss you. I know I'll see you again someday.
Forever in my heart
June 4, 2018
Becky was an amazing person and wonderful mom! She was so involved at Redeemer Lutheran...you could always find her grey Mercedes parked there. We are devastated to hear of her passing.
Daniel & Suzy Ellis
Becky Loftsgard Dunk
June 4, 2018
Becky and I were friends and graduated from Urbandale High School, Class of 68. We had lunch a couple of years ago when she returned to Des Moines for a wedding. It was so much fun catching up with her. I had hoped that we would see each other at our 50th Class Reunion in September.
I had just exchanged messages with her on Facebook a few days before she died. Of course, it was a shock to see the post from her daughter.
Rest in peace, Becky. So happy that she knew her Lord and Savior.
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