Obituary: Elizabeth Anne Clark
Elizabeth “Betty” Anne Clark, 89, formerly of Granby, Colorado, passed away on March 15, 2016, at Morning Star Senior Living Center in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
She was born January 26, 1927, in Lovell, Wyoming to Harold Bonnell Frost and Jeannette Butcher Frost. Following her graduation from high school she attended the University of Nebraska and later the University of Colorado. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and later received her Nurse Practitionership.
On June 8, 1952, she married Albert F. Clark in Boulder, Colorado. They made their home in Schenectady NY, Burlington VT, Littleton CO, Pleasanton CA, Idaho Falls ID, Granby CO, and Hot Sulphur Springs CO. She moved back to Idaho Falls to be near her daughter. Betty was a devoted mother and homemaker. She also worked as a Registered Nurse at Sacred Heart Hospital in Idaho Falls and was the first School Nurse Practitioner in the State of Idaho for District 91.
Betty was a member of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and the Episcopal Church Women’s Group. She was also a member of Job’s Daughters, Order of the Eastern Star (OES), University of Colorado Hiking Club, and Girl Scouts. She was actively involved with public health and volunteered often. She enjoyed knitting, sewing, and doing puzzles.
She is survived by her children David (Faith) Clark of Haubstadt, Indiana, Cathy (John-deceased) Clark of Jacksonville, Florida, Leslie (Joe) Alexander of Idaho Falls, ID, Daniel (Nancy) Clark of Coeur d’Alene, ID, and Brian (Meg) Clark of Pullman, Washington; two brothers, H. Bonnell (Betty Lou) Frost of Loveland, Colorado and John “Jack” (Bobbie) Frost of Hendersonville, North Carolina; 10 Grandchildren and 3 Great Grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Albert F. Clark, and a son-in-law, John Golden.
Memorial services will be held at a later date at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Granby.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to your favorite charity in her name. Condolences may be sent to the family online at http://www.woodfuneralhome.com.
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