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Cressida Simone Clark

Cresside Simone Clark, died at the home of her Grace Aunt Sherrill Tilbury on the banks of Campbell Creek in Anchorage, Alaska, on April 6, 2015.

Born on Feb. 25, 1972, in Bryan, Texas, she was a woman divided: her love of both grand states constantly tugged at her heart and she was a frequent traveler on that long and lovely journey between the two.

Her birth father, James Clark and companion Terry Peck, both deceased, of Eagle River, Alaska, and Hilo, Hawaii, and her mother, Cora Simon Moses, of both Texas and Alaska, and her late husband, and Cressida's "Daddio," Rick Moses, were blessed to have been granted the good fortune of a beautiful granddaughter, Rowan Hastanand, who was the apple of her mother's eye. Cresside lit up others lives with the constancy of her care and concern for their well being. She burned her oil brightly to light the way. We shall always follow that glow. She is survived by her mother, Cora Simon Moses; her daughter, Rowan Hastanand; sister, Colby Clark Fitzpatrick; nephew, Colton Fitzpatrick; aunt and uncle, Barbara and John Moses; cousins, Andrea Dravigne and Eric, Bonnie and Alexis Moses; dearest hearts, Nong, Cherry, Gibby Hastanand and family; our much loved and indispensable Robert Green; and Cressy's dearest Krista Mason; and also Peepa and Paco who can't imagine anymore.

Cressida was a bright light in a dark and dreary world. She never turned out her light She kept her fires burning bright. Call her my little match girl. - CSM

There will be a celebration of life for our dear Cressy on Saturday, April 25, 2015, at Kincaid Chalet, 9401 Raspberry Road in Anchorage from 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Arrangements by Cremation Society of Alaska.

Source: Alaska Dispatch News on Apr. 18, 2015

 



 


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