In memory of
Brenda Kay Clark
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In memory of
Brenda Kay Clark
Brenda Kay Clark Palm Desert - Brenda Kay Clark, of Palm Desert, passed peacefully at her home on December 22, 2018. Brenda was born in Indio, CA on September 8, 1956 to Clay Perry Clark and Marcell (McDaniel) Clark. Brenda had outstanding character. She was remarkably kind, generous, and loyal, and her moral compass pointed straight to the heavens. Brenda was known to keep money and care bags in her car, always ready to give to those that needed it. She believed in fighting for the underdog and those without a voice. She gave often to numerous charities, she was especially passionate about the American Diabetes Association, Coachella Valley Rescue Mission and Shelter from the Storm. In 1982, Brenda was honored to be one of the Bob Hope Classic Girls for the Bob Hope Desert Classic Golf Tournament. Brenda was the 'Clark' in Klein/Clark Sports in the Palm Springs area. The business was started in 1985, and since then, Brenda and Greg Klein have put on over 300 athletic events. They have raised millions of dollars for different charities. In October 2018, Klein/Clark Sports put on their final event at the Tram Road Challenge. Brenda was deeply loved and cherished by her family and friends and will be missed until the end of our days, but we know heaven is a better place with her there. Brenda is survived by her mother, Marcell Clark, brother Rick Clark and his wife Wendy, niece Renee Clark and nephew Jimmy Clark, great-nephews Trevor and Trent Sodia and Lucas Clark, great-nieces Rylee Nesbitt and Taylor Clark, great-great-nieces Adalynn and Abigail Sodia and Veda Sodia, and her best friend and business partner Greg Klein and his wife Linda, and their children Matthew and Madeline, and a host of other adoring family and friends. Brenda was preceded in death by her father, Clay Perry Clark, Uncle Ambrose McDaniel, and Aunt, Faye Avey. Brenda has dearly missed her daddy since his passing in 2010, and we are comforted knowing they have been reunited. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in her honor to the American Diabetes Association.
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In memory of
Brenda Kay Clark
Brenda Kay Clark Palm Desert - Brenda Kay Clark, of Palm Desert, passed peacefully at her home on December 22, 2018. Brenda was born in Indio, CA on September 8, 1956 to Clay Perry Clark and Marcell (McDaniel) Clark. Brenda had outstanding character. She was remarkably kind, generous, and loyal, and her moral compass pointed straight to the heavens. Brenda was known to keep money and care bags in her car, always ready to give to those that needed it. She believed in fighting for the underdog and those without a voice. She gave often to numerous charities, she was especially passionate about the American Diabetes Association, Coachella Valley Rescue Mission and Shelter from the Storm. In 1982, Brenda was honored to be one of the Bob Hope Classic Girls for the Bob Hope Desert Classic Golf Tournament. Brenda was the 'Clark' in Klein/Clark Sports in the Palm Springs area. The business was started in 1985, and since then, Brenda and Greg Klein have put on over 300 athletic events. They have raised millions of dollars for different charities. In October 2018, Klein/Clark Sports put on their final event at the Tram Road Challenge. Brenda was deeply loved and cherished by her family and friends and will be missed until the end of our days, but we know heaven is a better place with her there. Brenda is survived by her mother, Marcell Clark, brother Rick Clark and his wife Wendy, niece Renee Clark and nephew Jimmy Clark, great-nephews Trevor and Trent Sodia and Lucas Clark, great-nieces Rylee Nesbitt and Taylor Clark, great-great-nieces Adalynn and Abigail Sodia and Veda Sodia, and her best friend and business partner Greg Klein and his wife Linda, and their children Matthew and Madeline, and a host of other adoring family and friends. Brenda was preceded in death by her father, Clay Perry Clark, Uncle Ambrose McDaniel, and Aunt, Faye Avey. Brenda has dearly missed her daddy since his passing in 2010, and we are comforted knowing they have been reunited. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in her honor to the American Diabetes Association.
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