Obituary of Rachel Lynn Clark
With a heavy heart we sadly announce the passing of Rachel Lynn Clark, 42, of Tacoma, Washington. Rachel passed away on 4 March 2021, after a hard fought battle with kidney failure.
Rachel, born to, James Clark and Debra Clark-Hanna took her first breath on 2 November 1978. Rachel illness interfered with her education but did not stop her and she did get her GED and went on to attend Pierce College in August 2004. She pursued and was awarded an Associates in Arts and Sciences.
Rachel’s journey was not spent in one place to long due to mother being in the Army. She got to live in Killeen, Texas were Rachel learned to swim and love the water. Next was Nuremberg Germany where Rachel would start school and learn to speak German, love the food, and enjoy Christmas at the open markets. She would move to Lacey, Washington for a short spell then back to Baumholder Germany where she would receive the news that she had kidneys had failed at twelve years old and start the fight of her life. The family was quickly moved to Fort Myers Virginia to be close to the D.C. Children’s hospital. Rachel would get stable and then move to ElPaso, Texas where she would earn her GED. However, she then prepared to move to Ohio because mom was going to overseas for the next year and half. Durring that time Rachel would learn to drive and get her first job working at a local retail store and get a transplant. Doing so good but soon moving to Tacoma, Washington where she got her second job working for Baskets Robins.
Rachel had much growth while here in Washington. She was able to be alone caring for the home and mom while working in Iraq. Rachel found Christ at Christ Temple and in her commitment she became a Stewardess faithfully serving God and the calling on her life. She served as District Stewardess President helping everyone she could. Rachel was a faithful servant of God.
Rachel was proceeded in death by her grandparents Dottie and Dale Hanna. She is leaving behind mother Debra Hanna, father James Clark, brother Duane Clark, sister-in-law Vanessa Clark and two nephews Zackery and Derek Clark.
Celebration of life
Saturday, March 13, 2021, 11am, Curry Temple CME Church 172 23rd Ave Seattle, WA.