Debbie Clark Obituary, Death – Forrest Telfer Plass, DDS, and Agnes Marie Plass welcomed Deborah Ann Plass into the world on June 13, 1949, in Dubuque, Iowa (Breen). She attended Clarke University after earning her diploma from the Academy of the Visitation in 1967, after which she joined the Sisters. Debbie made the decision to start a family before getting married. Debbie and her first husband brought up their three children in Denver. To support her children, she began a career in retail management. Her children and others are motivated by her commitment and leadership.
To be close to her mother, Debbie relocated to Texas with her five kids. She ran and owned the flight school Wings Over Houston at Hooks Airport during this time, where she made friends with everyone she met. With David H. Clark, Debbie’s third husband, she finally found true love. On their first date, David gave Debbie a peach rose—her favorite—and Debbie knew good times were in store. On May 1, 2000, Debbie’s parents also exchanged vows. David and Debbie shared 21 years of adoration, kinship, eccentricities, and pets.
Till 2005, they lived in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, thanks to David’s job. They were overjoyed when David was transferred by Citgo to Houston. They frequently attended basketball games to support KU together (and from their couch). Debbie had to leave during close games because she was such a devoted Jayhawks supporter. Debbie started working as a flight attendant for Continental Airlines when most people retire. She was the epitome of the classic flight attendant and was delighted in improving the experiences of her customers. She finished her 11-year career.
At Bapa and Mimi’s, Debbie’s grandchildren were always welcome. In a nursery, she spoiled them. Mimi frequently took care of the grandchildren and drove them to activities and practices. Drive-thrus, movies, and pool time were all included in overnight stays. Mimi was gifted at unwaveringly loving her grandchildren.
The young deaths of Debbie’s parents and sister Mary Susan Plass. Her children William Ryan Williams, Amy Castillo (Juan), Trevor Williams (Jennifer Calabrese), the children she raised — Joseph Ryan Mock and Angie Malone-Sailers (Eric) — and the children she received when she wed David — Pamela Hicks (Ryan), Matthew Clark (Catherine), and Adam Clark — all survive Debbie. She is also survived by her sister Kathryn Wainwright. The best Mimi in the entire world raised Debbie’s 15 grandchildren. Debbie’s family and friends were forever changed by her love and care.