Myrtha Chatcolette Clark

December 25, 1912April 8, 2014

Myrtha Chatcolette Clark, 101, passed away on April 8, 2014 in Greeley under the care of Hospice of Northern Colorado. Myrtha was born December 25, 1912, to Claude and Charlotte McVicker in Eagle Grove, Iowa. On August 24, 1934 she married Harold Clark in Eagle Grove. After the two were married, they moved to Denver in July of 1945 where she worked at a retail clothing store. After retiring in 1975 she spent winters in Palm Springs, CA for 14 years. She moved to Greeley in 1996 and has lived at the Bonell Good Samaritan Center for 18 years. She enjoyed crocheting, bridge, golf, reading and watching sports on television.

She is survived by her daughters; Judy (Terry) Kiefer, and Kathi (Jerry) LaVelle, daughter-in-law Reba Clark, grandchildren; Steve Miller, Daun Marie Adkisson, Julie (Doug) Leafgren, Troy (Amber) Trumble, Tammy Trumble, Parrish (Jennifer) Clark, Matthew Clark, and Cari (Michael) Yow, also 18 great grandchildren, and one great great grandson. She was preceded in death by her husband Harold E. Clark, son Robert Harold Clark, two great grandson's Tyler Adkisson and Linkin Clark, and 6 other siblings. A cryptside service will be held on Tuesday, 4/15, 2pm at Olinger Crown Hill Cemetery, 7777 W. 29th Ave. in Wheat Ridge, Colorado – (303) 233-4611.

A Celebration of Life service will be held on Saturday, May 3, 2014, 2pm, in the Chapel at Bonell Good Samaritan Center in Greeley, Colorado. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Myrtha's name to either; Hospice of Northern Colorado or Bonell Good Samaritan Society in Greeley.



  • Cryptside Service Tuesday, April 15, 2014


  • A Celebration of Life Service

Myrtha Chatcolette Clark

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April 10, 2014

In loving memory of Aunt Myrtha. We will always be grateful for the gracious hospitality shown to us by her and Uncle Harold on our first move to Denver in 1964 and including us in the family gatherings at their mountain home.
With Love, Tom and Marilyn Brown