1925 ~ 2012|
Our beloved, mother, and grandmother passed away at home on November 13, 2012 - just one week after the passing of her beloved husband Harlow. She lived as she pleased and was pleased to have lived!
Bev was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on May 8, 1925 to Joseph Brannan and Gertrude Joyce Hurst and graduated from South High with honors in 1942. She married her "Gentle-Gentleman", Harlow J. Clark, on August 29th 1947, at her brother's home. They were able to cherish their 65 wonderful years together. Their passion for traveling took them many places - Hawaii, Alaska, Mexico, the Caribbean and coast to coast in the USA.
For over 22 years, Bev enjoyed working in the offices of Fisher Baking Co., Safeway Stores, C.I.T. Finance, and Lucky Lager Brewery. Although bowling, snowmobiling, boating, golfing, and traveling were all a big part of her life, family always came first. She was a Past President of Chapter L. P.E.O. Sisterhood and Job's Daughters had a special place in her heart. She served on the board of the Cottonwood Ladies of Elks for several years and was treasurer of the Shriners Ladies bowling league for 8 years. Bev played golf with the "Meadowbrook Golf Ladies".
Bev leaves behind her daughter Linda, her son Jerry (Mary), and two grandchildren, Teri and Shawn. We will all miss her love, strength, optimism, and Irish sense of humor.
The family wishes to give special thanks to Danville Support Services and the Superior Home Care and Hospice for their care and support!
There will be no services at Bev's request. Interment, Mount Olivet Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to a worthwhile
Published in Deseret News on Nov. 18, 2012