Clark Wooldridge Obituary, Death – Clark Wooldridge passed suddenly on February 12, 2007, in the city of Monticello, Kentucky, while she was there to visit her daughter. During her final days, her daughter provided her with care and comfort. She had lived 89 years as a human being before she passed away. Her lifespan was 89 years. On May 7th, 1917, Lucille Clark was born to her late parents, George Thomas Clark and Mary Ann Caylor Clark. Both of her parents have since passed away.
Since then, none of her parents has survived to this day. She wed Amos Ray Wooldridge in December of 1940, and he passed away on January 19, 1972, 19 years before she did. They had no children together. On January 19, 1972, she lost her own battle with death. In spite of the fact that they had been married, she passed away before to her husband’s passing away. Her daughter, two sons-in-law, two sisters, and one brother all passed away before her, as did other members of her family, including two sons-in-law and two daughters-in-law. She was also preceded in death by other members of her family.
She spent her entire life being a doting mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother to her many descendants, and she did this throughout her entire life. The following people are considered to be living descendants of the individual who passed away: one brother, Carl T. Clark of Barker, Texas; three daughters, Mary F. Davis of Monticello, Kentucky, Betty Alexander of Monticello, Kentucky, and Wanda Gilbert and her husband Lloyd of Somerset.
Kentucky; two sons, Amos Wooldridge Jr. and his wife Bettie of Somerset, Kentucky, and Carl Ray Wooldridge and his wife Immacolata also of Somerset, Kentucky; eleven grandchildren, seventeen The Beacon Hill Baptist Church was where she attended services on a regular basis. She was a sweet and gentle lady who will be much missed by anybody who was fortunate enough to have known her and counted her as a friend at some point in their lives. She leaves behind a large number of bereaved members of her family, friends, and members of the church family where she was active.