Taylor R. Clark has gone to meet his creator and loved ones in the true spirit of nature.
A mountain man at heart, Taylor was an adventurous kind hearted soul. He loved raising his pigeons, dogs, and any animal he could bring home.
He met his wife Brenda at 16 years old and they moved to Sacramento where Taylor found his career in construction, his love for the Raiders and the wonders of Northern California.
He treasured his nieces and nephews as well as his favorite Uncle Scott. His smile, his funny laugh and sense of adventure will be missed on this earth but we know he is dancing with the wolves in his new kingdom.
He is preceded in death by his natural father Rocky Koepenick, Wells, NV and his favorite cousins Trina (Black) and Buddy Flowers, Sacramento, CA.
He is survived by his wife Brenda (Flowers) Clark, Sacramento, CA.; Mother Terry (Clark) husband Chet Whitney, Sandpoint, Idaho; father Tom Clark, Roy, Utah; sisters Tracy Clark, Sparks, NV; Tricia (Clark) husband JR Oneal, and their daughters Graci and Reata, West Haven Utah; Tomi Ann Clark; daughter Monica and son Hunter, Kalispell, MT.; mother and father in-law Orla and Carol Flowers; Twin Falls, ID; sisters-in-law; Bonnie (Flowers) husband Greg Secrist; sons, Gregory, wife (Jeanna) Geoffory, Spring Creek,NV; Jodie Slagel and daughters Kylie, Kasey, and Lexie, Twin Falls, ID; Brother in-law, Russell Flowers, Twin Falls, ID; uncle Scott Taylor wife Julie and sons TJ, Joel, Sklyer and daughter Justine, Wells, NV; cousin, Vivian (Flowers) husband Sean Brennan, Auburn, CA; nieces Haley and Aubrey Flowers, Auburn, CA and several cousins.
A celebration of life will be held July 1, at the Chimney Rock Golf Course at 1 pm.