Priscilla Ann Nelson

Priscilla Ann Nelson

July 1943 – August 2018

Priscilla Ann Nelson (Clark and Lovett) was born and raised in San Jose, CA to Arnold Woodward Lovett and Nita Verel Barrow on July 31, 1943 and passed away on August 15, 2018 in Modesto, CA. She married her first husband Walter Clark in 1960 until his passing in 1992. She went on to marry her second husband Gary Nelson in 2005. She worked as a line worker for Foster Farms in the hatchery for 19 years. She was involved in Modesto Rival Center for a short time. She was also a loving and caring person to all those that knew her.

Priscilla Ann Nelson is preceded in death by her first husband Walter William Clark; siblings Patsy Lovett, Peggy Battles, Kathy Seenstra and Donny Lovett; her daughter Priscilla Ann Clark and her mother-in-law Alta Clark. She is survived by her second husband Gary Nelson; her children Annette Ann Rincon, Walter William Clark, Jr., Jeffrey Jerome Clark, and Barney James Clark; eight grandchildren, and ten great grandchildren.

Visitation will be from 3-7 PM on Monday, August 20, 2018 at Allen Mortuary in Turlock, CA. A graveside service will be held at 12 PM on Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at St. Stanislaus Catholic Cemetery with Reverend Jeremiah Williams of Modesto Revival Center officiating. Burial will follow.

Memories can be shared at www.AllenMortuary.com.

6 Comments

  • Barney Clark August 18, 2018 5:57 am

    My Mother was a dear sweet women who loved her family very much. I am very sad to see her leave this earth and will miss hearing her voice and seeing her beautiful smile, but I am happy knowing she is rejoicing with God and there will be no more pain and suffering. I know I was blessed to have had her as my Mother and will forever be thankful to God for the many years I got to be with her on this earth. I look forward to the day when we can once again reunite in heaven and rejoice together. I love you Mom, thank you for being my Mother.

  • Walter Clark August 18, 2018 11:18 pm

    Mother always had a kind and forgiving heart. Her family was a very important part of life. She tried to keep in touch with everyone during the remaining years even with declining heath. She would of loved to live to be 100 and hang out with her family. The good lord had different plans for her. She went very peacefully without any suffering. I want to take a moment to say thank you to Doctors Hospital staff forgiving her the best care. . We appreciate all you did for her, even at the vey end. We will miss you mom. May you find peace with the good lord.

  • Matthew Clark August 19, 2018 5:19 am

    Grandma,

    I will truly miss you. I always remember you for the smile that you had on your face and the kindness in your heart. Thank you for raising my dad to be the strong man he is today. I am blessed to know that you are no longer in suffering and celebrating in Heaven with our Lord and Savior. I look forward to seeing you again one day. I will forever love you grandma. Rest in peace.

  • Suzanne Rebich August 20, 2018 9:48 pm

    Grandma, I will miss our periodic visits together. They were as much of a highlight for me as they were for you. I will miss your smiling face and our conversations over the phone. I will miss sending you pictures and hearing about how you showed them everyone. I will miss our dinners at Sizzler and watching Ryan play at the park. While I traveled the world, you were always there to talk to. I know I didn’t visit or call as often as I should have, but I will still come visit you and I will still listen to your voice on occasion. You will always be in my thoughts. I still owe you an airplane ride.
    Love you

  • Nicholas Clark August 21, 2018 6:07 am

    Hello Grandma, I am glad to know you are at peace. If anyone deserves to finally be free of pain, it is you. You fought and lived such a glorious life. You raised such a great family who will be able to tell your stories for years to come. I will certainly have pictures and videos to look at when I’ll miss you. I’ll miss you every day. I was always excited to see you knowing that I could always make your day. You were such a wonderful loving lady to know as I grew up. You always made my day, as well. From watching me while growing up to visiting you as I grew older, I will never forget any moment that we had together. I’ll never forget you picking me up from school, making pancakes on a Saturday morning, making seasonal pumpkin nut bread, or playing Dominos. It was always a pleasure to be able to do that with you. I look at my phone and still think I could call and come visit. You were always a phone call away. I will miss hearing your stories, your voice and visiting you wherever you were. This next chapter of my life is going to take some getting used to. I will certainly come and visit you, it will just be at a different place. Until I come to visit grandma, I love you with all my heart. I look forward to seeing you again one day. Your grandson, Nick

  • Teresa November 4, 2018 1:15 pm

    Aunt Priscilla you were always so much fun to be around. You were funny, honest and loving. Qualities that are hard to find. I know uncle Butch was with you. God bless you. Always, Teresa

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