Iva Clark

Obituary of Iva Odessa Clark

In loving memory of  Iva  Odessa Clark. Born December  15, 1929 to Richard and Ella Mae Logan  of Denver,  Colorado. Iva was  educated in  Denver  Public Schools and  mothered eight  children.  Iva  became  one of Jehovah’s Witnesses in 1968, she loved  the field  ministry, sharing the good news and congregating with her dear brothers and sisters. Illness limited her abilities yet she never stopped  proclaiming the  Truth by mail and by phone. June 24, 2023 Iva  left this  world, she is preceded  in death by her  parents; sister  Colleen  Chappell and her daughter  Stephanie  Ashley. Survived by her  children,  Leonard, Della, Eartha, Ivan, Karren, Jeffery and Lynn; 19 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren; a host of nieces and nephews  and cousins. You are invited to join the family for refreshments immediately following the services at 4420 Adams  Street. Thank you for your prayers and well wishes.     

IN SYMPATHY    Dear  Family,  it's  hard to take the  loss of another dear loved one. I hope these few messages and scriptures will  bring some  measure of comfort to you and yours. As recorded in John 5:28,29, Jesus  assures us that  all of those in the  memorial tomb, will hear His voice and come out. There will be a resurrection of the righteous and the unrighteous ones  (Acts 24:15) The Bible  teaches that in death,  humans cease to exist. They don't know, feel or experience anything at all, read about it in  Ecclesiasties 9:5,6,10.They cannot  help or harm the living (Psalm 146:3,4)  Jehovah will wipe out every tear from their eyes. Death,  pain,  mourning nor  outcry  will be no more,  the  former things  have  passed away.  Revelation 21:3,4.


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