Ramona Sylvia Clark, 91 of Missoula Montana, passed away peacefully on Tuesday November 9th of natural causes while at home with her husband.
Ramona was born in Butte Montana on April 17th 1930 to Ernest and Lena Egger.
She went to grade school and high school in Butte. She was raised by both her parents until the untimely death of her mother when she was 13. She was then raised by her father who had a cheese factory in Whitehall Montana. After she graduated high school she moved to Missoula and went to the University of Montana where she graduated with a degree in Teaching.
While at the University she met and married Clarence Clark, who she remained with until her passing.
Ramona spent the majority of her working life teaching in Missoula grade schools where she made numerous lifetime friends. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church, where earlier in her life she helped teach Sunday school. She loved music and loved to play the piano. She met weekly with friends to visit and play Bridge. She also enjoyed traveling to Switzerland and Germany to visit relatives.
Ramona was a loving wife, Mother and Grandmother, and will be greatly missed by all her family.
Survivors include, her husband (Clarence Clark), Missoula; two daughters and their families, Christine (Scott) Teagle, Dallas Texas, and Susan (Howard) Walker, Mountain Home Idaho; Two sons, Mike (Teri) Clark, Missoula MT, and Curtis Clark of Missoula MT.
She was preceded in death by her youngest daughter, Cindy Clark.
There will be a private celebration of life for her in Whitehall Montana, where she will be laid to rest with her Mother and Father.