In memoriam: Angela Clark was graphic designer
Angela Lynn Clark, 49, of Union City, Mich., died on Oct. 27 under the care of Promedica Hospice.
Angela was born Dec. 16, 1972, in Coldwater, Mich., to Edward Paul and Jeanetta Rowe. She grew up in Coldwater and graduated from Coldwater High School in 1991. On Sept. 25, 2016, Angela married James Clark at Waterworks Park in Coldwater.
She did graphic design for a living. Angela was employed in advertising at the Daily Reporter and the Shopper’s Guide in Coldwater. Most recently, she worked six years for the Branch District Library.
Angela’s hobbies included cryptozoology, Bigfoot, hiking, kayaking, pets and playing with her grandkids. She also enjoyed video games, especially “Legend of Zelda,” and cheesy horror films. She had a unique sense of humor.
Left to cherish Angela’s memory are her husband, James Clark; children, Breylene Mains of Quincy and Shayden (John-Leo Smith) Mains of Coldwater; grandchildren, Audrie and Zane; her father and stepmother, Ed and Grace Paul of Coldwater; siblings, Andy (Brandi Kenny) Paul and Rusty Paul, both of Coldwater; her favorite uncle, Carl; and her loving work friends.
Her online obituary specifies that memorial contributions can be made to the Freedom From Religion Foundation, including the hyperlink to ffrf.org/donate.