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Susan Clark (Higginbotham) - Class Of 1970

Ana Susan Clark Higginbotham

Ana Susan Clark Higginbotham obituary, Memphis, TN

Ana Clark Higginbotham Obituary

Ana Susan Clark Higginbotham entered eternal life on April 23, 2023, in Memphis, TN, surrounded by her family.
She was born July 7, 1952, in Knoxville, Tennessee, to her parents, Riley and Ana Clark. While growing up in coastal Virginia, she met and married her husband, William Gragg Higginbotham, Sr. on September 19, 1970, and they celebrated 52 years together.
With their move to Memphis, Susan excelled in her role of wife and mother and was a dedicated, founding member of the Catholic Church of the Nativity. She also helped grow the Cursillo Movement for the Catholic Diocese of Memphis. She owned and operated the popular Higgi's Deli on Union Extended, not only providing hot food for workers in the surrounding buildings, but also a comforting presence as a listener to her customers.
She is survived by her loving husband, Gragg, and her beloved children: Dawn; Gragg, Jr and his wife, Beringaria; Nathan and his wife, Pamela; and Michael and his wife, Heather. She is also survived by her adoring grandchildren: Bronwyn, Gwynneth, Liam, April, Seth, Spencer, Bella, Sammie, Jarred, Abby, Jude, and Christian; and her sisters, Carmen and Kathie. She was preceded in death by her parents and a grandchild, Victoria.
A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 am, Wednesday, May 3, at the Catholic Church of the Nativity, with the visitation beginning at 9 am at the church. Private burial will follow the mass.
A reception for family and friends will take place after the internment in Stelling Hall at the Catholic Church of the Nativity.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Catholic Church of the Nativity or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and LeBonheur Children's Hospital.

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07/03/23 08:06 PM #1    

Bonnie Bridger (Mittelmaier) (1969)

We received this notification, just this week, regarding the loss of this KHS Classmate '70, Ana Susan Clark.  So very sad for this loss, but grateful that we have been notified and are able to post it here.  Rest in Eternal Peace dear Classmate.  Until we meet again.

Bonnie Bridger Mittelmaier "69

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