LaForest Clark-Simmons

Anchorage, Alaska

Jul 10, 1929 – Oct 30, 2018 (Age 89)


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Mrs. LaForest Clark-Simmons transitioned from life to meet her savior at Providence Horizon House on October 30, 2018. LaForest was born in Snowhill, North Carolina on July 10, 1929 to the late Octavia and Joseph Bryant. LaForest, affectionately called 'Auntie' arrived in Anchorage, Alaska via...

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I am truly and deeply sorry for your Loss. My warmest condolences go out to the family and friends of LaForest. May the God of all comport Grant you peace and strength during difficult time (Psalm 91:11).

I am truly sorry for the lost of your love one. May the true God comfort your family at such a difficult time. Jesus promised that we can see our loved ones agagar,have that hope can be a great comfort. Act 24:15

My deepest sympathy and condolences to the Clark-Simmons Family. May you find peace and strength in the arms of God. God Bless You all and THANK YOU for sharing your Mother with US, a former student of West Anchorage High School. Your Mother taught me WELL!!!


My Sincerest condolences for your loss. May precious memories of your dear loved one, along with encouraging words such as those found at John 11: 25 & 26 be of comfort to your family as it has me.

Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the death of your dear love one may God give you strength to endure this most difficult time please read John 6:40

We cannot imagine the pain your dear family must be experiencing now. Our prayers will include you all. May God give you the ability to cope with your loss. Psalms 94:18-19 *

Sending words of condolences to your family at this time of sorrow. May reflecting on the life and joys you shared bring you some comfort during this very difficult time.

Mother I knew these words should be shared today. Your journey may not have been one that is descriptive with words yet they're not needed because your deeds of love, compassion, and patience towards everyone that you touched are to be acknowledged and spoken. Your faith never questioned God's plan and you remained pure of heart. You were and always will be my dearest love. You are my mother, and I will miss hearing you sing We're Marching to Zion. Rest in Peace.

Please accept my deepest and heartfelt condolences at this time of your loss. May the God who "binds up the brokenhearted" and "comforts all who mourn" sustain your family during this difficult time. Isaiah 61:1, 2