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Deborah Ann (Carter) Clark

September 13, 1963 ~ December 14, 2023 (age 60) 60 Years Old

Deborah Clark Obituary

Deborah Ann Carter Clark was born on September 13, 1963 to Willie and Blanche Wofford Carter in Stuttgart, Arkansas.

Deborah professed her love and trust in Christ at an early age. She was a member of Traveler’s Rest Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Bobby Brasfield for numerous years. In 1997, she became a member of Allen Temple Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership and guidance of Rev. Gilbert Byrd, Jr. As a member of Allen Temple, Deborah devoted her time and love by serving on the Pastor’s Aid Committee and the Nursing Ministry.

Deborah was a Class of 1981 graduate of Stuttgart High School. She was a member of Health Occupation Students of America and an honor student. After high school, Deborah obtained her Associates Degree in Nursing and began her nursing career as a licensed Vocational Nurse. Her God-given gift was to take care of people, and she devoted her life to doing just that. As a nurse, she held positions with Rose Care Nursing Home, Crest Park Nursing Home, Phillips Community College, Stuttgart Regional Medical Center Clinic, and most recently Mid-Delta Medical Clinic.

Deborah loved her family, spending time with them every chance she got. She especially loved spending time with her “Golden Girls”, her “Grands”, and her “Deborah’s Girls.” All of them held a special place in her heart.

In 1998, she was joined in Holy Matrimony with the love of her life Ed Clark, Jr., whom she affectionally called “Hunny”. Together they shared 37 years of love and commitment.

Deborah is proceeded in death by her parents Willie and Blanche Carter; sister Shirley Carter Collier; brother Willie Carter, Jr.; paternal grandparents, maternal grandparents, and Godmother Mary Francis Hall.

She leaves to cherish her memories husband of 37 years, Ed Clark, Jr. of Stuttgart, AR; three sons Cameron Glover (Toccara), Clarence Davis, and Christopher Davis, all of Stuttgart, AR; one daughter Rochelle Moore (Edward) of Harker Heights, TX; a granddaughter and grandson that she raised like her own, Anointin Stigger and Jamarian Grandy, both of Stuttgart, AR; her “Nanny Girls” Kam’ryn Glover, Brooklyn Glover, Justice Moore and Au’breigh Stigger; a total of fourteen grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; two nieces Kathy Riggins (Harvey) of Berea, KY and Cynthia Washington (Eddie) of Pine Bluff, AR; two nephews Mark Collier (Kim) and Willie Collier (Keisha), both of Pine Bluff, AR; and a host of nieces, nephews, and friends.

Deborah also leaves to cherish her memories, God-sisters Zella Brown, Dolores Hall, Laura Adams, and Carmelita Heard; God-brother Tommy Hall; “Her Boys” Jermaine Hobbs, Christopher Hobbs, Miles Billups, Rashad Sims, Deon Clark, Karl Ice, Jr., and Borrie Sims; and her “Adopted Daughters” Gaylon Hale, Joyce Hall, Anna Webb, Kryshundra Hancock, and Natasha Amos.

Deborah touched the hearts of every person she came in contact with. She loved people and people loved her. She will be deeply missed by all those who loved her.

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December 29, 2023

4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Relerford Funeral Home
301 S. College St.
Stuttgart, AR. 72160

Celebration of Life
December 30, 2023

11:00 AM
Allen Temple Missionary Baptist Church
708 N. Buerkle Street
Stuttgart, AR 72160

Interment following funeral service
December 30, 2023

Mt. Pisgah Cemetery
Mitchell Rd
Almyra, AR 72003

December 30, 2023

Allen Temple Missionary Baptist Church
708 N. Buerkle Street
Stuttgart, AR 72160


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