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I can not even begin to list the many wonderful,fun and es even sad memories I shared with Clancy she was the best friend I have ever had loved her so much and am so sad at her passing my heart and prayers go to her brother Love you now and always Clance I will see you again one day
~ Sue Strickland - May 11, 2021
Beautiful Clancy you made thisworld a greater place by sharing your life with us.
~ Karen Page - April 19, 2021
Clancy and I grew up together and began school in a tiny schoolhouse in Sinclair, Wyoming. We remained close friends through grade school and high school and I was a bridesmaid at her wedding. We continued our friendship until her passing, i.e. 78 years, and we encouraged each other through the rough times and were there for each other for the happy day of the birth of our children. As others have said, Clancy was a soldier of the Lord and knew she could rely upon Him for her strength as she fought her illness. She encouraged her friends through their personal trials and was their sunshine. I will miss her, however I know that Clancy is home with her family and the Angels.
~ Dorothy Plunkett - April 18, 2021
I never met Clancy in person but knew and loved her for many years through an internet group for Christian women with lupus and other chronic diseases. She was always a friend and though she went through many trials herself, what with lupus, loss of her sons and husband, she was always able and willing to encourage someone else. She will be missed in that online community but I'm quite certain she is rejoicing now more than she thought possible. I thank her for her being a friend and a blessing. I wish we could have met in person but then again, someday we will in another better place.
Incidentally, and as an aside, I has never been a dog lover (having been attacked by one as a child) but the love she had for her dogs and the way they brought her comfort, made me understand how valuable and comforting they can be.
But mostly, I appreciate the support, kindness and support she gave to others.
~ Lindy Axon - April 16, 2021
I found Clancy on an old AOL group for Christian women who had lupus and other autoimmune disorders and chronic health conditions. I met Clancy and this wonder group of other beautiful women of Christ in 1999 or 2000. I had not met Clancy in person, but through phone calls, group chats and personal chats, I felt as if I had known Clancy my whole life. Clancy and this wonderful group of women took me into their group and welcomed me warmly. Through the years, we had on-line baby showers, gift exchanges for Christmas and I believe prayers sessions and so much more. I felt as if Clancy was sort of the Mother to those of us on the board, she was loved by not only me but by our whole group.
Clancy, is going to be missed by our group, I know I already miss her, and her presence in our dear group, she uplifted, and supported and even gave us comfort and advise to each of us, through the years. I pray we uplifted and gave her comfort and support as well. I still have a special gift Clancy sent my way one year, it was a music box that plays, What a Friend We Have in Jesus, I will never part with it, because I still play it to this day and my great niece, when she was alive would play it while sitting at my computer desk as well.
Clancy helped me through some very hard times in my life, and I will forever be grateful to her for that, and I'm so blessed to have known her, my life is better for knowing Clancy and this beautiful group of women, Clancy had enriched my life so very much, and I thank her from the bottom of my heart.
I know my heart hurts over loosing her, but I know she is rejoicing in Heaven with her Precious sons and her Milo and furry dog children. Its not goodbye Clancy, its until we meet again. I love you and Miss you already!
~ Paula Price - April 16, 2021
In 1997 several women from across the United States gathered in an AOL message group. They all shared a few things in common; they loved the Lord and all were battling an autoimmune disease called Lupus. Clancy was one of those women and quickly became the loving, supportive, nurturing lady that she was to so many women. I was one of those women. I consider Clancy one of my dearest friends. She always had my back and was a great encourager to me and so many others. While I am deeply saddened that she has left this world, I rejoice that she is where she has longed to be for a long time. As Christians, we grieve, but not as those without hope. Our hope lies in Jesus Christ. Clancy has run her race and finished well. God bless you, my precious friend. Thank you for all the loving conversations over the years and for your great compassion. I will see you soon, so you and our 'Lupie' sisters - Kathy, Donna, and Judi - save a place for me and the rest of the ladies. You are dearly loved, my friend, and will not be forgotten.
~ Mary Ann Hammons - April 15, 2021
Going to miss you Clancy
Your words and deeds were always so positive and encouraging.
~ Ed Krey - April 15, 2021
The best Aunt ?? Clancy was a force to be reckoned with with such a sweet and caring soul. She’ll be missed by so many. She had a way of making people feel so special. She and my Uncle Milo always made me and my sisters feel like absolute princesses. Solice can be found knowing she has reunited with her sons, husband, parents, and doggies. I love you forever Aunt Clancy ??
~ Stacey Stewart - April 15, 2021
Clancy was truly one-of-a-kind and I will miss her dearly. I never met a single soul that ever had a bad thing to say about her, and that truly says a lot about who she was. The world will miss her, and I will never forget her. I am glad she is reunited with her family and finally at peace.
~ Tyler Harris - April 15, 2021
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