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Vicki Clark
Vicki Clark, 62, of Osseo, passed away Wednesday afternoon March 20, 2019 at Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire with her loving family by her side.  

Vicki lost her bravely fought battle through a sudden illness. Prior to her illness she wrote this letter. 

If you’re reading this, I’m already in Paradise with my Lord, and loved ones gone before me. Don’t cry for me, I’ve lived my life for this. I, Vicki “Dalton” Clark was born to Carl and Ruth Dalton in the spring of 1957, March 2 in Le Mars, Iowa. I had 3 brothers and 4 sisters that helped care for me, evento this present time. In 1960, my life included a new little sister, last born to his union, number eight. Two of my brothers Eddie and Freddy preceded me to paradise.It will be awesome to see you both again. When we all meet in Heaven, it will be the Greatest Dalton Reunion ever!I grew up in Galeton and Eaton, Colorado. I went to Eaton High School and graduated from Highland High School in Ault, Colorado. I met great people working at a pet store in Greeley and at the Farmers National Bank in Ault, Colorado. In 1975, I married my best friend, Terry Clark of Eaton, Colorado and have been blessed all these earthly years being loved by him. In 1978 we were blessed with our 1st born, Candice Marie Clark, who also precedes my death at 19 years old in 1997.In 1980, Joshua Lee Clark blessed our lives as our only son. He currently lives in Augusta, Wisconsin with his two sons, Dalton Douglas and George Steven Clark.In 1987, Hannah Elizabeth Clark graced our lives. (my Saving Grace). She currently lives in Osseo, Wisconsin with her two daughters, Gabrielle Marie and Isabella Ruth Gray. In 1990, our baby, Renee Nicole Clark came into our lives in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. She also resides in Osseo, Wisconsin with her son, Tristan Alexander Rojas. Terry and I lived the family farm life until 1988, when we sold our cows and made a move to Wisconsin with our family to start a new life on our own. Hearts broke and new paths were forged. I love my life here in Wisconsin. It has afforded me to gain new friends, co-workers, and farm families that have touched my life, including “Big brother, Barry” and “Little Brother Steve.”You ALL know each of you added big time to my “Little Dash” between the years 1957 …….2019.

I have been blessed with many loving relatives. Some passed before me and to those still “in waiting”, I LOVE YOU ALL!Terry, my kids and grand-kids make life worth living. Thinking now of the inevitable in my future, I’m thankful for faith in Jesus Christ and his gift of Salvation brings. This is my legacy to all who care about me, Live life, Love Christ and let’s be together forever!Terry, don’t hurry, I’ll be here for eternity.Love, Vicki 

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