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Sally Ann Clark passed away on December 7, 2020 in McKinney, Texas after a long and courageous battle with Leukemia and other medical conditions. Ann was 79 years old when she passed, less than two months shy of her 80th birthday.

Ann was born to Rachel and Clites Earl in 1941 in Marked Tree, Arkansas. She was the 3rd of 11 siblings, who she loved dearly. She was close to her brothers and sisters her entire life. She is survived by her husband of 60 years, Joseph Clark, her son Tim Clark and daughter-in-law Ginger Clark of Azle, Texas, her daughter Laqudia Clark Tibbs of Harrisburg, Arkansas, son Lee Clark and daughter-in-law Betsy Clark of Prosper, Texas, and grandsons Benjamin Clark and Nathan Clark of Prosper, Texas. She is also survived by 5 sisters and 3 brothers. She is preceded in death by her parents and 2 brothers.

In 1960, Ann and Joe Clark met in Chicago, Illinois. They fell deeply in love and were married on November 8, 1960. They stayed married and in love with each other over the next 60 years. In their time together they had 3 children: Timothy in 1961, Laqudia in 1964, and Lee in 1970. Ann worked tirelessly as a homemaker while Joe served in the U.S. Navy and was often deployed on Naval missions throughout the world. They lived in various places as a military family in the Navy: including Virginia, Tennessee, Arkansas, Florida and South Carolina.

Upon Joe's retirement from the Navy in 1980, Joe and Ann settled in Grand Prairie, Texas. They continued to raise their family and Ann very much enjoyed Joe being home full time during his career at the Dallas Bulk Mail Center. They lived in Grand Prairie for over 35 years raising their children, and becoming involved in the community and in their church. They were members of the Bible Believers First Assembly of God Church in Grand Prairie for many years and made many great friends during this time. They were so thankful to find such a loving community!

Joe and Ann spent the last 4 years of their life together in Prosper, Texas to be near their grandsons, Ben and Nathan, of whom they loved so dearly! Ann was a wonderful "Grandma" who spent as much time with their grandkids as they could during this time.

Funeral Services for Ann will be held on January 16th, 2021 at the Bible Believers First Assembly of God Church in Grand Prairie. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic, attendance will be limited. However, the service will be livestreamed on Facebook for everyone to watch from the Bible Believers First Assembly of God Church, https://www.facebook.com/bbfagp.