In memory of

Peggy J. Clark, age 49, of Lincoln

May 30, 1965 – October 29, 2014

Peggy Jo Clark (Dietz), 49, passed peacefully on October 29, 2014. We will forever miss her smile and her personable disposition. Peggy was never one to shy from hard work or to help someone. Peggy had many friends, and her daughter, Dani Jo, was her special love and her greatest treasure and source of joy!

Peggy was born on May 30, 1965, in Great Falls, MT. She was the youngest of five children. She attended schools in Great Falls, and in Ft. Shaw, and Simms, graduating from Simms High School in 1983. She lived in Billings, MT, Dickinson, ND and Bismarck, ND, before moving to Lincoln in 2012, where she resided until the time of her death.

Peggy is survived by her daughter, Dani Jo Clark, of Missoula, parents Don and Shirley Dietz of Lincolon, brothers Tim (Laza) Dietz of Billings, Charles (Wendi) Dietz of Lincoln, and sisters Debbie (Dave) Fertterer of Belt, and Marilyn (Steve) Kersch of Sun River, and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Special thanks goes out to Peggy’s dear friends (April, Ellie, Wendi and others) who cared for Peggy unselfishly these past two months while she traveled the tough road in fighting cancer, which she did with grace and ferocious determination. Peggy will be missed and she will forever be in our hearts.

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  1. Raelynne Peterson says

    I am sorry to hear about Peggy. I hope your memories will replace the sadness and bring happiness.

  2. Laurie Parks says

    Peggy, I will cherish our memories. Now send me an angel so I can teach her to make Vodka Pasta for you in heaven! See you when I get there. I love you so much! Laurie Ed Zoe and Jackie

  3. My heart goes out to your family. I am so sorry for your loss. What pain hurts worse than the pain of losing someone that you love? Peggy was loved and she will be dearly missed.  Again, I am so sorry. Though the  pain you’re feeling must seem unbearable, please remember that you are not  alone. Psalms 46:1 says, “God is  our refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress.” Pray to Him for strength. Weep to Him when there are no words. One of the poets of the Bible said at Psalms 56:8, “You keep track of my wandering.  Do collect my tears in your skin bottle.” You see, God understands your pain and He cares for you very much (1 Peter 5:7). And He will really help you get through this difficult time (Isaiah 41:10).

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