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“I had the joy of meeting Steve at an IDEA conference and treasure the memory of his boundless energy, professionalism and optimism. My heart-felt...Read More »
1 of 23 | Posted by: Leonard Phillips - Westborough, MA

“Dear Clark kids, We were so sad to hear of your parents passing. They were energetic, kind, and determined to help each of you be successful. I...Read More »
2 of 23 | Posted by: Debbie Fletcher Cardston, Alberta

“You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Please accept our love and support. ”
3 of 23 | Posted by: Michelle Caringella - Provo, UT

“Dear Clark Family, We have been deeply hurt by the death of Sue and Steve Clark. We would like to extend our sincere condolences to you for the...Read More »
4 of 23 | Posted by: Wilhelm Zirbes, liNear GmbH

“Dear Clark Family, I am really shocked and so sorry for your loss! I hope it is not too late to tell them that we love them! Steve and Sue always...Read More »
5 of 23 | Posted by: Duokui Yan

“Dear Clark Family, I am deeply sorry for the loss of Steve and Sue. May the peace that comes from the memories shared comfort you now, and God's...Read More »
6 of 23 | Posted by: Mark Shaddon - Atlanta, GA

“Our condolences tot the Clark family during these difficult times. Steve was a man with integrity and honesty. He will be missed. ”
7 of 23 | Posted by: Roland Schmidt - Vancouver

“Dear Clark family,We are so saddened to hear of your loss. May God's presence surround you in your sadness and may He carry you close to His heart...Read More »
8 of 23 | Posted by: Mike and Airey Nix - GA

“Dear Clark Family,We are deeply moved to hear of Sue's and Steve's passing - words fall short of expressing our sorrow for your loss. We would like...Read More »
9 of 23 | Posted by: aquatherm srl - Massa, Italy

“To Steve and Sue's children, grandchildren and parents, We relatives here in Wisconsin are truly grieved by your mom and dad's deaths. We want you...Read More »
10 of 23 | Posted by: Cheryl Myhrvold - Loretta, WI

“Clark children - We were friends with your parents (and Adam, Amber and Austin) when they lived in Billings, Montana many years ago. We appreciated...Read More »
11 of 23 | Posted by: Mark and Karen Andersen - MT

“To The Clark Family: Please accept my sincere sympathy and the prayers that I offer, in the passing of Steve and Susan. Respectfully, Skip Newton ”
12 of 23 | Posted by: Skip Newton - St Charles, IL

“Dear Family! we are saddened to hear of your lost of Steve and Sue. Please accept sincere condolences on behalf of our company. We want to assure...Read More »
13 of 23 | Posted by: M.G. International Logistics GmbH Siegen Germany

“Dear Clark-family,last Friday evening we received the tragic news.The outcome of our first meeting in Attendorn was the birth of a very remarkable...Read More »
14 of 23 | Posted by: Dirk Rosenberg

“Memorial SpeechIt is with the deepest grief that we pay great respects to the memory of Steve and Sue, who died a sudden death from heavy traffic...Read More »
15 of 23 | Posted by: Steven He - Shanghai, China

“We had Steve and Susan and their children to dinner in our home when they were first considering the move to Cardston. They were kind, gentle, loving...Read More »
16 of 23 | Posted by: Sharon and Jim Scaffer - Friends

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the Clark family at this time of great loss. Steve and Sue took a huge gamble in starting the company that has...Read More »
17 of 23 | Posted by: Cindy and Jim Paschal - Ypsilanti, MI

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family at this time. I am so sorry for your loss. Love Bill and Kathy Clark ”
18 of 23 | Posted by: Bill Clark - Cottonwood Heights, UT

“It's been many years but I remember what a wonderful family and super students the children all were. When we went to Florida, Sue told us to be sure...Read More »
19 of 23 | Posted by: Patricia Hegedus Cardston Alberta

“Every passing life leaves something beautiful behind. We remember all of Steve and Sue's beautiful children. So glad to of had the opportunity to...Read More »
20 of 23 | Posted by: Donna and Darwen Beazer - MT

“My prayers and thoughts are with your family. You have our love and our hands and hearts are here for you always. The Caringella Family ”
21 of 23 | Posted by: Michelle Caringella - Provo, UT

“Dear Clark Family,I am so deeply sorry to hear of your parents passing.You and your parents were a big part of my life as I was returning to the...Read More »
22 of 23 | Posted by: Sharon (carkner) Spackman( Cardston 4th ward)

“Dear, dear family - We are so saddened by the loss of your parents. They lived near us when they joined the Church in La Crosse WI and Jim was...Read More »
23 of 23 | Posted by: Jim and Peggy Parry - UT

Steven Joseph Clark (55) and Susan Kimberly Clark (53)

"In life they were not divided and in death they were not separated."

On Friday, May 24th, 2013, Steven and Susan passed away suddenly from injuries sustained in an RV accident just north of St. George, UT. They had just celebrated their 32nd anniversary two weeks earlier.

Steven was born on November 1st, 1957 at Columbus Hospital in Great Falls, Montana. He was the fifth son of Maurice Paul Clark and Patricia Gertrude Myers Clark. Both of Steve's parents, his brothers Mark, Dennis, Kim, and Kevin, and sisters Mary Kelli and Trudi survive him.

Susan was born on February 28th, 1960 at Rockford Memorial Hospital in Rockford, Illinois. She was a fiery redhead, the first child of Robert Harold Falk and Janet Marilyn Kotwitz Falk. Susan grew up in Janesville, Wisconsin and attended the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Both of Sue's parents and her brother Steven Falk survive her.

Steven and Susan met at the University of Hawaii during a Halloween party and were married in Las Vegas on May 10th, 1981. The following year, they were contacted by LDS missionaries and baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Steve and Sue were sealed for time and all eternity in the Hawaii Temple on July 5th, 1983.

Steve graduated from Montana State University as a mechanical engineer in 1980 and worked tirelessly to champion energy efficient building design. Susan ran her own business as a florist for several years, and then dedicated her time to raising 6 children. They lived and served in many places, including Wisconsin, Hawaii, Colorado, Montana, and their beloved Southern Alberta. In 2009, they moved down to Provo, UT, to be closer to their children who had gone away to college.

Both Steve and Sue worked hard to teach their children the importance of honesty, service, and doing what is right. Steve and Sue loved spending time as a family and often planned vacations to include as many of their loved ones as possible. They were taking their children and grandchildren to Disneyland when the accident occurred.

A blown tire caused their RV to leave the road just before six in the morning. It is believed that Sue's driving skill and quick thinking prevented the vehicle from rolling over, sparing the lives of the other 8 passengers, even at the cost of her own and her husband's. None of the other passengers sustained serious injury.

Steven and Sue will be missed by their children, Amber (David Chen), Adam (Genevieve Binkerd), Aaron, Austin (Chantelle Turley), Autumn, and Anne, as well as their grandchildren Lynn and Lily Chen. Steve and Sue's hard work and careful planning leaves behind a legacy that will help to care for their family now that they have passed on.

Steve and Sue's lives were examples of church and community service, and they touched many lives with their kindness and generosity.

A funeral service for those wishing to honor and thank them will be held on Saturday, June 1st at 2 PM at the Sharon East Stake Center, 2040 N. 1060 East in Provo, UT. There will be a visitation for friends and family on Friday night from 6 to 8, at 650 East Stadium Ave, Provo. There will be another brief viewing before the funeral service, starting at 11:30 AM on Saturday. Arrangements are being handled by the Walker Sanderson Tribute Center in Provo. Information regarding family contact information and addresses, or for making contributions to the Susan and Steven Clark Charitable Fund, can be found at or