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Clark Vetterling

Clark Vetterling

Tuesday, August 6th, 1946 Friday, April 16th, 2021

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Obituary for Clark Dennis Vetterling

Clark Vetterling, of Arvada, Colorado, passed away Friday, April 16th, 2021 at University of Colorado Hospital, Anschutz campus, in Aurora, CO after a short and sudden illness, he was surrounded by his family as he passed. He was their everything.

Clark was born in Freeport, Texas to Clarence and Doris Vetterling. He has one sibling, William Vetterling of Houston, Texas.

Clark was a joyous spirit who loved to be around people, and enjoyed a good laugh. He lived for the laughter of his wife, children, grandchildren and friends. Clark also loved understanding where he came from, inspiring a love for genealogy, which he wanted to pass on the same desire and information to his children and grandchildren so
that they too understand where they come from.

Clark graduated with his Bachelors degree from Michigan State University, moving on to Washington State University for his Masters degree. Moving to Washington state is what brought him and his wife of 47 years together, meeting while working for Pacific Northwest Bell in Seattle.

Clark is survived by his wife, Susan, children Jolene (Ben) Ruckman, Melissa (Chris) Bokovitz, Kurt (Maggy) Vetterling and grandchildren Jackson, Grant, Isabelle and Cora.

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be directed to the W.D. and Laura Nell Nicholson Award in Family Medicine at The University of Texas Medical Branch, Office of Development, 301 University Blvd, Galveston, TX 77555-0148.

Gifts may also be made by calling 409-772-5136 and mentioning the W.D. and Laura Nell Nicholson Award in Family Medicine, or online at https://development.utmb.edu/give then selecting “Other” from the drop down list and writing in the W.D. and Laura Nell Nicholson Award in Family Medicine.

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Christina Barkley

Sue - please accept my sincerest condolences on the loss of Clark. Working in the Leyden Rock community alongside Clark over the last 3 years, I considered him a friend and truly appreciated getting to know him. Clark was a true servant leader within his community and his impact will not be forgotten. Clark clearly did love being around people and being a helper. I pray for you and your family's peace and comfort during this time. Many thanks to you and Clark for all you have done - Christina Barkley, Leyden Rock District Manager
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carrietowner@gmail.com

Sue and Family,
Clark was always such a wonderful and supportive loving husband and father. He was an inspiration to many and will be greatly missed. May those he left behind be blessed by the Savior's Love.
Love, Mark and Carrie
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Will Trauernicht

Sometimes there no words.. only thoughts from the heart. Please know how very sorry I am of Clarks passing.
With my sincere sympathy
Will Trauernicht
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Janice & Larry Foster

Sue and Family, our heartfelt sympathies to you. Clark sure was a very special man. I met him when we both were looking for grass for our dogs (my GSD, Yeager and Clark's Baxter) when the development was so new. We would have to travel down to the model homes' offices. Clark was an inspiration for ideas, advice and anything else you were needing. I am thankful for the years we knew him. Gonna miss the mail box run-ins and just him passing by in the car and waving. Peace and love to you all.
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Paula Yessen

Clark and I often met in the lunchroom at former Level 3 as TEOCO teammates (at the time). He was funny, thoughtful, and smart. I enjoyed talking to him. My condolences for the loss of such a special person
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