Mabel Harriet Clock – December 27, 2014

Clock Obit PhotoMabel Harriet Clock, 98, of Amarillo died Saturday, Dec. 27, 2014.

Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014, in MORE Church. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Mabel was born May 7, 1916, in Janesville Village, Minn., to Walter and Addie White. She lived her early life in Arthide, Minn. She moved to Michigan with her husband Franklin in 1945.

After the death of her husband, she moved to Claycomo, Mo., where she lived for five years. She spent the last six years in Amarillo.

Mabel taught Sunday school for more than 40 years, in which was a passion. She was an artist and loved quilting and crocheting and all kinds of crafting. She was passionate about raising her children as well.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Franklin; her brother, William Grant; and a grandson, Darrin.

Survivors include three daughters, Muriel Fields and husband Jimmie, Cathe Taylor and husband Ron and Karen Jaramillo and husband Johnny; five sons, Gerald Clock and wife Ruth, Franklin Clock and wife Patti, Harold Clock and wife Beverly, Phil Clock and Dann Clock and wife Danna; 28 grandchildren; 42 great-grandchildren; and 15 great-great-grandchildren.

0 Replies to “Mabel Harriet Clock – December 27, 2014”

  1. Our condolences to the Clock Family. Rest assured this world is a better place because Mabel was a part of it. She is in a much better place now. Amen

  2. Mabel will always hold a special place in my heart. She was a true friend and I learned a lot from her. She was always willing to help. We used to sit in our back room and watch the deer for a couple of hours and then I would bring her back home. We could talk for hours. I missed her so much when she had to move to Claycomo. We did get to see her a couple of times there. We will always remember her and the family who were so good to her. We are so sorry for your loss but know she is where she wanted to be. Love to you all. Dort

  3. Sons Billl&toni Ron jr.&kathy &familys I’m middle daughter from Michigan.she was awesome and amazing woman.lovely lady.talented and could make wonderful things out of nothings to other ppl.great story teller. great sense of humor.artists heart & hearts view& so loved nature &woods cats birds&trees..loved books.& information on everything.a wonderful true friend.faithffilled& loved to tell& share about God& Jesus Bible.positive purposeful person. A pioneer woman raised in a cabin.loved & encourage family.we will have hard time filling her shoes.we will miss everything about her but have wonderful for ever memories. I could write a book on all she was & meant to me us. . She will love heaven I know have been & returned from there. She always said she would run to God& Jesus who she so loved.& wanted to see bible people.& 981/2 yrs. of family friends neighbors & those she met along the way what a wonderful coming Home party going on in Heaven & angels welcoming & work done & rewards given to a faithful servant.we love you so very much momma grand mom . See you in the by & by I’m hugging you & singing your favorite song s & hearing your lovely laughter as your praising rejoicing your seeing the king of kings.your finally there Heaven your forever Home See you in the sweet by & by over there.

  4. My sincere condolences on the passing of my friend Mable. We at the Wesley Community center will miss her so much as she was so pleasant and always had a kind word to say. I always liked to ask her about her family because she always lite up and was so happy to visit about her family and my family as well. She no doubt is in the presence of our Lord as she knew Him well and always shared her knowledge when we had bible study. God’s blessings to you all. Peggy

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