Kathleen K. Clark

Kathleen K. Clark

Kathleen K. Clark

Kathleen K. Clark, age 61, of Reedsburg, Wisconsin passed away Monday, June 6, 2022, at her home.

Kathy was born to Arnold Earl and Rhea Scott in Wonewoc on July 27, 1960. She was married to William “Bill” Henry Clark on March 18, 1978. They raised three sons together, Daniel, Timothy, and Anthony and also their granddaughter, Grace. Kathy loved spending time with their 13 grandchildren and great grandchild. She also loved animals, repurposing and crafting, Kathy loved to bake and go fishing. She also loved going to¬† garage sales and auctions. She enjoyed the country life.

Kathy is survived by her
Husband: William¬† “Bill” Clark of Reedsburg, WI
Son: Daniel Earl Clark (Theresa) of Ironton
Son: Timothy John Clark (Alexis) of Mauston
Son: Anthony Lynn Clark (Betsy) of Mauston
13 grandchildren and one-great-grandchild
Sister: Cindy (Phil) of Beloit
Brother: Alan (Linda) of Union Center
Brother: Richard (Diane) of Kendall
Brother: Denny (Teresa) of Wonewoc
Brother: Raymond of Beloit
Aunt: Doris Herrewig of Wonewoc
And devoted friends Lynn Clark and Martie Garapolo.

Kathy was preceded in death by her granddaughter Octavia Clark, sisters Arnita Scott, Patricia Ott, and her parents.

There will be a celebration of life in Kathy’s honor on July 2, 2022, starting at noon at the American Legion post in LaValle WI.

Kathy will be missed by many family members and friends.

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  1. Shelley Hill says:

    Very sorry for your families loss. I enjoyed working with her at Seats and she was a very hard worker. A very nice person

  2. Laura Palmer and Kaileigh Koch says:

    Kathy was a huge part of my life. We were business partners, she was my mother in law, and we have continued to talk through the years. She was an amazing woman. I will cherish the memories and all fo the fun we had at auctions and creating new pieces of art. I am so sad that she isn’t with us and at the same time glad that she is finally free of that horrible cancer. My thoughts to her family and to Bill.