Alice Marie Clark

Alice Marie Clark, 70, of Fayetteville, died Sunday, October 13, 2019 at Circle of Life Hospice in Springdale.  She was born November 25, 1948 in Oakland, California to Richard and Dorothy Reichert Arnold.  Alice lived life to the fullest, loved to dance, and was devoted to her family.

She is survived by three children, Kathleen Petty (John), James Clark (Linda), Desiree Stockton (Thomas); seven grandchildren, Crystal, Teresa, Thomas, Ashley, Mikayla, Jamie, Christian; and 15 great-grandchildren.

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Teresa M McAllister
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Teresa M McAllister

How do you choose just one memory? Just one moment with a woman who has given you a lifetime of love. Grammy to me… I can only think to describe her as Fall. She’s the cool comfort that you wait for all year long. My favorite time of year. A break after a long, hot season. A distinct smell you can’t mistake. The morning dew is like her kind-hearted tears we all have seen over the years. It begins the season of families coming together. Food, Family, and Love. She’s a song in the leaves when the wind blows because… Read more »

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Willie Moore

Ms Alice was a wonderful woman and I don’t think there was anything she wouldn’t do to help family or friends.
It was my pleasure to know her.

Kathy McGuire-Bouwman
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Kathy McGuire-Bouwman

It has been so wonderful to see how this family has pulled together and raised their kids and helped each other and Alice was always in the center of that.

Carol L. Hunter
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Carol L. Hunter

There are many reminisces I could pass along between Alice and I. But, I chose the final memory that played out on her final night. While we lived next to each other, Alice would be out between our apartments on the sidewalk, when the full moons rose. The full moon she loved the most was the Hunters Moon. I asked her why that one was her favorite. She said because it was named after me. We laughed, but I got her to explain why. She said, it was beautiful with its colors and size. And it was the last warm… Read more »