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Nita Clark
June 27, 1927 - March 12, 2017


Thursday, March 16, 2017 11:45 AM

I am very sorry for your loss.may you all continue to hold the precious memories of your dearly beloved Nita close to your hearts and take comfort in gods promises at ( Isiah 25:8) which says "He will swallow up death forever" and (Revelation 21:3,4) " He will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more ".How thrilled you all will be when gods promises become a reality.
L M (West Hempstead, NY)

Tuesday, March 14, 2017 7:45 PM

To the family: Your mom and friend was a giver of herself, she obviously loved life. Moreover, she loved keeping a smile on the faces of those whom she loved. Her personality reminds me of the words found at Acts 20:35.
M Wms. (OH)

Tuesday, March 14, 2017 9:47 AM

Revelation 21:4 And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.
Francois Foster (Detroit)

Monday, March 13, 2017 11:05 PM

Some of my favorite memories were made in the little white house back by the canal. Aunt Nita was teaching me how to peel peaches. I was really little. Another one...combing Uncle Gene's hair while he sat on the floor eating ice cream in a cantaloupe bowl. I loved them both so very much. Deb, David and Darrel, I love you all.
Renee Humphrey (Reedley, CA)

Monday, March 13, 2017 12:01 PM

To the Kids of Nita Clark, I grew up with all 3 of u, on the Rodeo Trail & would not trade that for anything. We rodeo brats, as Debbie calls us, have all stayed close, be it California to Oklahoma or back & all states in between, be it 20 yrs or more between visits, we all take up where we left off the last time we were together. There is no bond, like the rodeo bond between friends. Nita, may have been strict, strong & staunch, but she always had yalls best interest at heart. I can remember her home schooling y'all in the 18 Wheeler LQ Trailer & me knocking on the door every few min., wanting to know if school was over, so y'all could come out & play. I have memories of her with the Chimps in diapers giving them a bottle. Her Keeping Time, at the Pro Rodeos, the so many roles she played, while being spick & span, & neatly dressed & not a hair out of place. I always had the utmost respect for this nice, kind, lady, so until we meet again, RIP, Nita Clark.
Trula Whatley Mullins
Trula Mullins (Hugo, OK)

Monday, March 13, 2017 10:22 AM

Nita was a good friend. I was always pleased when the Clarks were at a rodeo trick riders and special acts got extrie help from the with out asking.
Virginia Reger (Stephenville, TX)

Monday, March 13, 2017 12:31 AM

To the Kids of Nita Clark, I grew up with all 3 of u, on the Rodeo Trail & would not trade that for anything. We rodeo brats, as Debbie calls us, have all stayed close, be it California to Oklahoma or back & all states in between, be it 20 yrs or more between visits, we all take up where we left off the last time we were together. There is no bond, like the rodeo bond between friends. Nita, may have been strict, strong & staunch, but she always had yalls best interest at heart. I can remember her home schooling y'all in the 18 Wheeler LQ Trailer & me knocking on the door every few min., wanting to know if school was over, so y'all could come out & play. I have memories of her with the Chimps in diapers giving them a bottle. Her Keeping Time, at the Pro Rodeos, the so many roles she played, while being spick & span, & neatly dressed & not a hair out of place. I always had the utmost respect for this nice, kind, lady, so until we meet again, RIP, Nita Clark.
Trula Whatley Mullins
Trula Mullins (Hugo, OK)

Monday, March 13, 2017 12:19 AM

Sorry for your loss, always remember her at CNFR. Condolences to Tommy, Patti and family
Bruce & Liz Hunt (Fallon, NV)

Monday, March 13, 2017 12:13 AM

I remember Gene and Bobby Clark well when they worked E.C. and Ken Robert's rodeos at Mound City, KS Fair & Rodeo in the 1950's. I was a 4-H kid and was always fascinated when the "real cowboys" came to town. I remember one of the Clark Brothers sitting on the creek bank, fishing and reading a letter-I assume from home. Unfortunately,I didn't know your mother. The Clark Brothers always conducted themselves professionally-in and out of the arena. John Teagarden, Mound City, KS rodeo committee.
John Teagarden (LaCygne, KS)

Sunday, March 12, 2017 9:20 PM

I had the opportunity to live behind Gene and Nita when I was growing up so I had to walk by their house everyday from school and those monkeys would be out and they would terrorize me but Nita always made them quit. She was always looking out for us kids and we loved her for that. I'll never forget the impact they made in my life we were around some of Rodeos earliest history with Gene and never even knew it. Live and prayers.
Cotton Lindsey (BAKERSFIELD, CA)
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