THE MISSOULIAN                                                       Saturday, November 26,  2005

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Carla Clements

           

    MISSOULA - Carla Clements was born Jan. 18, 1958, to Carl Green and Dixie Vickhammer. She went to the Lord in a peaceful sleep on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24, 2005, after a battle with breast cancer that began in 1998.

    She attended school in Malta, then moved to Harlem where she graduated in 1976. Carla attended Trinity Bible College in Jamestown, N.D., and Central Bible College in Springfield, Mo. Carla graduated from Northern Montana College with a teaching degree. She taught school in Havre.

    Carla married Danny Clements on June 11, 1983. They moved to Lewistown in 1984, then to Gildford in 1997, where she continued to teach. She home-schooled her two sons, Chris and Chae, through the fourth grade.

 

    The family moved to Missoula in 2000. Carla substituted at Hellgate Elementary and Valley Christian, as well as taught at St. Joseph's Catholic School.

    She attended the Breast Cancer Coalition in Washington, D.C., in April 2005, representing Montana.
 
    The vacation she loved the most was the Christmas in Hawaii with all her family, including her mother and sister, brother-in-law, nieces and nephew.

    Carla was a blessing to all who knew her; her warmth and love surrounded not only her family and friends, but the hundreds of students that she graced throughout her teaching career. She gave from her heart and only thought of others. Her love of the Lord and His message was No. 1 in her life.

    Carla is survived by her husband Danny; her two sons, Chris and Chae, who were her greatest joys in life; a stepson, Shawn (Kimi) and their children Keegan and Kiahna; her best friend and sister, Ruth (Ed); two nieces and a nephew whom she adored, Nichole, Jaci and Eddie; her father; her half siblings, Jaymie and Andrea; plus other family and multitudes of friends.

    Her mother preceded her in death on Sept. 7, 2005.

    The family suggests that memorials be made to the National Breast Cancer Coalition, in care of Susan Kaufman, 1101 17th St. N.W., Suite 1300, Washington, D.C., 20036; or online at www.stopbreastcancer.org.

    Viewing will be from 9 to 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 28, at the Clark Fork City Church at 2811 Latimor St., followed by services at 10 a.m. Burial will be at Sunset Memorial Cemetery, followed by a reception back at church.

    Services are under the care of Garden City Funeral Home.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                  Monday, November 28,  2005

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CARLA CLEMENTS


CARLA CLEMENTS

    MISSOULA - Carla Clements, 47, died Thursday, Nov. 24, 2005, after a long battle with breast cancer.

    Viewing was scheduled for this morning at the Clark Fork City Church, to be followed by her funeral service at 10 am. Burial was planned at Sunset Memorial Cemetery, followed by a reception back at church.

    Carla was born Jan. 18, 1958, to Carl Green and Dixie Vickhammer. She attended school in Malta, then moved to Harlem, where she graduated in 1976. Carla attended Trinity Bible College in Jamestown, N.D., and Central Bible College in Springfield, Mo. Carla graduated from Northern Montana College with a teaching degree. She taught school in Havre.

    Carla married Danny Clements June 11, 1983. They moved to Lewistown in 1984, then to Gildford in 1997, where she continued to teach. She home schooled her sons, Chris and Chae, through the fourth grade. The family moved to Missoula in 2000. Carla substituted at Hellgate Elementary and Valley Christian, as well as taught at St. Joseph's Catholic School. She attended the Breast Cancer Coalition in Washington, D.C., in April, 2005, representing Montana.

    The vacation she loved the most was the Christmas in Hawaii with all her family, including her mother and sister, brother-in-law, nieces and nephew.

    Carla was a blessing to all who knew her. Her warmth and love surrounded not only her family and friends, but the hundreds of students whom she graced throughout her teaching career. She gave from her heart and only thought of others. Her love of the Lord and His message was No. 1 in her life.

    Her mother preceded her in death on Sept. 7, 2005.

    Carla is survived by her husband, Danny; sons, Chris and Chae; a stepson, Shawn (Kimi); sister, Ruth (Ed); two nieces; nephew; father; half siblings, Jaymie and Andrea; two stepgrandchildren; other family; and multitudes of friends.

    Memorials be made to the National Breast Cancer Coalition, c/o Susan Kaufman, 1101 17th St. NW, Suite 1300, Washington, DC 20036; or online at www.stopbreastcancer.org.

    Services are under the care of Garden City Funeral Home.

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THE BLAINE CO. JOURNAL NEWS-OPINION         Wednesday, November 30 2005

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Carla Cements

 

    Carls Clements was born January 18. 1958 to Carl Green and Dixie Vickhammer. She went to the Lord in a peaceful sleep on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2005 after a battle with the outcome of breast cancer that began i n 1998.

She attended school in Malta, then moved to Harlem where she graduated in 1976.

    Carla attended Trinity Bible College in Jamestown, North Dakota and Central Bible College in Springfield, Mis­souri. Carla graduated from Northern Montana College with a teaching degree. She taught school in Havre.

    Carla married Danny Clements June 11, 1983. They moved to Lewistown in 1984, then to Gildford in 1997, where she continued to teach. She home schooled her two sons, Chris and Chae through the fourth grade. The family moved to Missoula in 2000. Carla substituted at Hellgate Elementary and Valley Chris­tian, as well as taught at St. Joseph's Catholic School.   

    She attended the Breast Cancer Coalition in Washington. DC in April, 2005, representing Montana.

    The vacation she loved the most was the Christmas in Hawaii with all her family, including her mother and sis­ter, brother-in-law, nieces and nephew.

    Carla was a blessing to all that knew her, her warmth and love surrounded not only her family and friends, but the hundreds of students that she graced throughout her teaching career. She gave from her heart and only thought of oth­ers. Her love of the Lord and His message was number one in her life.

    Her mother preceded her in death on September 7, 2005.

    Carla is survived by her husband, Danny; her two sons Chris and Chae who were her greatest joys in life; a stepson Shawn (Kimi) and their chil­dren Keegan and Kiahna; her best friend and sister, Ruth (Ed); two nieces and a nephew whom she adored, Nichole, .Iaci and Eddie; her father; her half siblings .Iaymie and Andrea plus other family and multitudes of friends.

    The family suggests that memorials be made to the Na­tional Breast Cancer Coalition, c/o Susan Kaufman, 1 101 17" St. NW, Suite 1300, Wash­ington, DC 20036; or online at www.stopbreastcancer.org.

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