Kimberly Kay Clark

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Kimberly Kay Clark, 39 of OKC died Wednesday, April 19, 1995 in the disaster at the Federal Building in OKC. Kim was born in Hong Kong, China on Feb. 24, 1956 and was adopted by Tommie & Agatha Lee Clark and became their "China Doll" on August 14, 1959. She became a US Citizen on December 6, 1962. Kim is survived by her parents Tommie and Agatha Lee Clark of Midwest City, her fiance' Namat Moini of OKC, 2 brothers Dale Clark & his wife Ila and their sons Taylor & Kevin of Olathe, KS; and Donald Clark and his wife Yvonne of Midwest City and their children Lorri Dawn, Chris, Cari, and grandson Dylan; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Kim attended Westside Elementary, Jarman Jr. High & Midwest City High School. She also attended Rose State College, University of Central Oklahoma and the Oklahoma City Community College. She recieved an Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies.

Kim was employed by HUD, as a Legal Assistant and was a 1st Class Petty Officer on active status in the US Naval Reserve. Kimi, as she is known to her family, preferred to give and do for others.

She was strong and independent and continually strived to better herself through education. She was a loving & giving daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend. She was outgoing and friendly, always laughing and generous with her love and time. She was adventurous and enjoyed long distance biking and traveling.
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