Nancy Clady Clark (52), peacefully passed September 29, 2018 with family by her side continually. After 5 years of courageously beating the odds, she finally succumbed to Stage 4 colon cancer. Nancy was born in Culver City, CA to Frank Jose Aguiar and Alice Faye Leno, but raised by her stepdad Delmer Romberg and mother Alice in Burley, Idaho.
In 1986, Nancy gave birth to her first son, Radley Dean Gladfelder. She never thought she could love someone so much, until she had her next son in 1994, Johnny Renden Clark. The love continued to grow with her next two children Jacob Rhogen Clark and Benjamin Raeff Clark. She thought she would have all boys until 2000, when she was blessed with her first daughter, Jessica Alicen Clark. Then, three years later was another beautiful girl, Jillian Abigal Clark. These 6 children were loved and cherished individually by their mother. Many times she would say how amazing it was to love so many children in so many different ways.
Nancy’s God given gift was her smile. With that smile, she had a way of making everyone so comfortable, and perfect strangers would share their life story with her. It was a smile that would melt your heart and also let you know its ok to let your guard down. It is a smile that will be missed by many, but ALWAYS remembered.
Her children and her mother were everything to her. Even with battling cancer, she always found the time to serve them, the strength to overcome trials and rise above discouragement. She was active in her beliefs as an LDS woman and taught her children the things that were important in life. She is very proud of her children and their many talents.
Nancy was preceded in death by her Dad, Delmer Romberg and mother, Alice Romberg. She is survived by her 6 children, Radley (Emily) Gladfelder, Renden Clark, Rhogen Clark, Raeff Clark, Alicen Clark and Abigal Clark and 2 grandsons Stone and Banks Gladfelder and brother Ben Leno.
Services will be held October 4, 2018 at 11am at the LDS chapel in Post Falls on 16th Street. Public viewing will be from 10 – 10:45am.
Bell Tower Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements. Please leave condolences at Nancy’s online memorial at www.belltowerfuneralhome.com
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