Georgia Louise Clark

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Georgia Louise Clark
November 6, 1925 ~ December 18, 2017

Georgia Louise Clark, daughter of Norville and Jeannette (James) Cook, was born November 6th 1925 in Kansas City, Missouri and passed into the hands of her maker peacefully December 18th 2017 at Scottsdale Village Square, Arizona where she lived for the last year due to dementia. She was 92 years, 1 month, 5 days of age.
She is now with her beloved partner and husband Samuel Clark married 49 years who attracted, enjoyed and mutu- ally loved virtually all family, relatives and friends. Proceeded in death by son Terry Clark and daughter Gayle Clark survived by son Garry Clark of Fountain Hills, Arizona, grandson Jeff Ward of Marion, Missouri and great grandson Blake Ward of Nevada.
Georgia grew up in KCMO attending South East High School less one year living in NY, NY during the Depression being her father was employed by the Kansas City Star temporarily assigned to the Associated Press to install and train wire photo service personal. Upon High School graduation during WWII she worked in DC as a civil servant liv- ing in Warren, Virginia with her aunt- uncle and cousin. When the war was over she traveled back to Kansas City with newly adopted and absolutely adored Border Collie (Powell) compli- ments of relatives.
In October 1946 Georgia an Sam eloped in Kansas subsequently lived in Kansas City, Ruskin Heights then as a result of almost perishing in an F5 tornado in 1957 then moved to Grandview MO. During that time up until 1962 owned- operated a trucking company called Security Cartage.
In 1962 the family moved to Phoenix then Scottsdale, Arizona afterward Georgia
worked for Motorola then took early retirement in 1985. Georgia being an only child developed lifelong relation- ships with her adopted in-laws and many friends who was a charitable Christian that instinctively never demonstrated poor behavior nor did anyone that knew her reciprocate. She loved collecting antiques, camping, zest for genealogy, reading, organizing small events into special occasions, member of the Little Red School House in Scottsdale, traveling to visiting many loved ones but also kept well organized travel logs that are delightful, witty, insightful many decades later.
Without a doubt she enjoyed Colorado on family trips and Sloan reunions although her joy and most favorite place to visit was Ouray begin- ning in 1964 then perhaps fifty times more until her last visit in 2015.
Per her wishes her ashes will get spread in her favorite spot in Ouray then sometime in April a celebration of life gathering to intern her urn in the Mesa city cemetery, Arizona.