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Nancy Jo Clark

May 19, 1944 — August 17, 2022

It is with a great mixture of sadness and hope that we announce the loss of Nancy Jo (Sanders) Clark. Born on May 19, 1944 at Fitzsimons Army Hospital in Denver, Colorado, to Billy Ward and Gloria (Spence) Sanders. Nancy has been a highly beloved saint, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother in the Cleveland, Tennessee community for many years. Entering the loving embrace of her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Nancy ended her earthly journey on August 17, 2022 surrounded by close family and in support of a vast community of loving friends. Instantaneously, as she closed her eyes and breathed her last, she joined the Church Triumphant and rejoined her sorely missed husband, John Clark, Sr., whom she survived for many years. She is now amidst perfect, heavenly fellowship with the God of the entire universe. Nancy is survived by her five children: Heather Clark (including grandson Jadrian Clark), John Clark, Jr. and spouse Christie (including grandchildren Brooke Lyn Jo Clark, Corrie Lawson, John Clark III, and Ashley Clark), Daniel Clark and spouse Laurie (including grandchildren Tatumn Clark, Abbigail Clark, and Braydan Clark), Sarah Santillan and spouse Mike (including grandchild Benjamin Hayward), and Julia Carvajal and spouse Joe (including grandchildren Josie Carvajal and Jemma Carvajal). She is also survived by three great-grandchildren: Avery Lawson, Hailey Lawson, and Kinsley Simpson. These alongside many others rejoice that her sufferings and troubles are no more and that the promises of ultimate healing have come true for her as she enters Heaven and awaits the consummation of all things. The legacy of Nancy reaches far and wide through her many stations of life, having lived in Greece, New York, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Colorado, Hawaii, Indiana, and Tennessee. Walking her daily life with Christ was the core of her existence and living a life of love, fun, and enjoyment were essential to her many friendships and church community connections. In her later years, she has been a stalwart in Living Word Church and to the greater kingdom efforts in the Cleveland/Chattanooga area. Her absence and intercession will be felt and sorely missed, of which many have voiced their sincerest gratitude for the work of God through Nancy Jo Clark.
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