We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Reardon Funeral Home
Teri Lee Clark passed away at Glenwood Care Center on August 22, 2021. Teri went to be with the Lord at the young age of 58. We take comfort in knowing she is at peace and free of pain.
Teri was born September 23rd, 1962 and lived in the county of Ventura her entire life. She was a fun loving, spontaneous spirit that could light up the room with her cheerful smile. She was kind to everyone she met and had a contagious laugh. She loved being out in nature at national parks, hiking, going on road trips and soaking in the beauty of the desert. She loved all animals but horses and dogs were her favorite. She loved reading about history, visiting ghost towns and learning about the past. She loved Native American culture and had its essence around her at all times. Teri was an extremely hard working woman, was always active and interested in helping everyone around her. One of her favorite things to do was to take her daughter to go get Mexican food and go eat at Lake Casitas.
When her disability prevented her from doing the things she loved, she enjoyed watching classic television shows and listening to country western music with her parents. She had a deep connection to her beloved chihuahua, Juanita who always wanted to be at her side. She loved talking to her daughter and always showed concern wanting to ensure she was ok.
Teri is survived by her daughter Rochelle Throckmorton and partner Kieran Fleming, parents Romie Dale Simpson and Marilyn Simpson, brother Gregory Simpson and wife Tamara Simpson, brother David Simpson and partner Sherri Brodersen as well as many other extended family members including nieces and nephews. Teri was a beautiful person, loved dearly by everyone in her family and will be deeply missed.
Leaves are falling all around
It's time I was on my way
Thanks to you I'm much obliged
For such a pleasant stay
But now it's time for me to go
The autumn moon lights my way
Funeral arrangements will be made at a later date due to COVID-19.
Teri has been entrusted to the care of the family-owned and operated Reardon Funeral Home, 511 North A St. Oxnard, www.reardonfh.com