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Pamela Clark

November 27, 1952 — June 2, 2022

Pamela Dell Judkins Clark, age 69, passed away June 2, 2022 in Pocatello Idaho.  She passed in the arms of her children and loving family.

Pam was born November 27, 1952, in Orofino Idaho.  She was maternally born to Vernal Iverson (father) but was raised from childhood by her Aunt Berniece and Uncle Joseph Judkins, who became her mom and dad.

She grew up in the Pocatello area with her 3 new brothers, Gene, Jimmy, and Daniel. As a child Pam enjoyed family camping trips and riding her horse. Pam was baptized as a child and is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints church.

In 1968 Pam married Charles Pace, but later divorced. In 1972 she married Jackie Clark who is now deceased.

Pam is survived by her four children and their spouses: Kevin Pace (Denise), Michelle Pace (Jimmy Hanley), Kassina Clark, and Christie Koger (Steven). From her children, Pam was blessed with 9 grandchildren; Talisha Millar, Joseph Meyer, Whitney Mckee, Kevin Pace Jr. , Kellyrae Gholston, Dylan Koger, Jackson Koger, Della Koger and Jhanna Lattimner. Her blessings continued with 11 great grandchildren. Absolutely nothing in this world meant more to her than her family. All the grandchildren and great grandchildren were her “babies” and she love them “so much”.

Pam enjoyed any activity that included her family.  Together they enjoyed many celebrations.  Pam was always planning or waiting for the next big gathering. In the winter, being in the house would do just fine, but she preferred being in the great outdoors.

Pam also has a large extended maternal family, the Iverson’s, who she remained in close contact with and whom she loved dearly.  She had a special relationship with her brother,1 Terry and sister, Claudia.

Pam was proceeded in death by her husband Jack Clark, father Vernal Iverson, her dad Joseph Judkins, her mom Berniece Judkins, brothers Gene Judkins, Jimmy Judkins and Terry Iverson.  She also had siblings who died at birth: Sharon and Clarence.

Second only to her family, Pam also had an unselfish love for all animals. She would make personal sacrifices for her pets or homeless animals. The family requests no flowers be sent, but instead we ask that you honor her by making a donation in her name to the Portneuf Animal Welfare Society (PAWS).  PAWS helped her on multiple occasions care for her animals.

The family wants to extend a huge thank you to Portneuf Medical Center, especially the doctors and nurses in the ER and ICU units.  We can never express the level of gratitude required for the compassion and genuine empathy shown for our mother and our family.  Thank you very much from the bottom of our hearts.

A celebration of her life will be scheduled at a later time where family and friends will be welcome to pay their respects.

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