Clark-001Morgan Marie Clark age 24 of Lincoln passed away suddenly on May 9, 2017.  She was born August 16, 1992 in Lincoln to Larry Clark and Sharon Nelson.  Morgan was a 2010 graduate of Lincoln Northeast High School.  She was a fun loving, independent free spirit who will forever be in our hearts.  Morgan worked as a culinary assistant at Cheddar’s Restaurant.

Survivors include her father and step-mother, Larry and Diane Clark, mother Sharon Nelson all of Lincoln.  Brother, Jordan Clark of Sarasota, Florida and her sister Rylee Clark of Lincoln.

A celebration of Morgan’s life will be held at 1:00 P.M. on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at Wyuka Funeral Home.  No viewing or visitation, cremation.

Memorials in lieu of flowers to the family for a later designation.

6 Responses to Morgan Marie Clark

  1. Dan Bulling says:

    Clark family – my condolences on your loss.

  2. Trevor Lavy says:

    Larry- so sorry to hear of Morgan’s passing. My heart aches for you. There are no words that can help right now. When you are alone go to iTunes and pull up the song “Its quiet uptown” – from the Hamilton musical (not the Carrie Underwood version). It speaks to Hamilton losing his son. It is beautiful and may be therapeutic for you.

    For today only – Fagler told you to walk home from third in that game!

    Hang in there – Trev.

  3. Stacy Skiff says:

    Larry and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Please accept my deepest condolences in this time of sorrow. Blessed are those that mourn, for they shall be comforted.
    Matthew 5:4

  4. Randy Taylor says:

    Very sorry to learn that your daughter passed away last week. It is my sincere hope that your many fond and happy memories of Morgan will help ease the sorrow and pain your family is going through at the present time.

  5. Ted & Denise Bulling says:

    Larry, Sharon and family,
    We are so very sorry to learn of Morgan’s passing. While no words can possibly take away your pain and sorrow, know that we are thinking of and praying for you.

  6. Desiree Sigler says:

    May “the hearer of prayer” continue to strengthen your family during this most difficult time. ( Proverbs 3:5,6) The days ahead will get easier,as those close to you provide the support and encouragement you need to stay strong. Share the memories you cherish they will ease your sorrow and will always be a comfort to you and those who listen. We hope that many cards,hugs,kind words,and loving prayers sustain your family.

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