Wilma Faye Clark (White), 73, of Roseville, passed away peacefully on November 14, 2022 in Manteca, California.
Wilma Faye was born in Lexington, Tennessee to Rueben E. and Betty L. White on October 3, 1949. To all who loved her, she was a kind and thoughtful person who touched the lives of all who knew her.
She demonstrated deep love and affection for her five children and believed each one of them were special and capable of living a meaningful and purposeful life. Mom left us with much love and many cherished memories which will comfort us in her physical absence, and we will keep her with us in our hearts always.
Faye spent her childhood in Tennessee and later moved to Northern California after her first marriage. She worked as a bookkeeper most of her working career and received a degree in Accounting which was an accomplishment she was very proud of.
In her younger days she enjoyed dancing and bowling. Later, she enjoyed coloring, Netflix and preparing and eating her favorite southern food dishes. She was a die-hard Trekkie and loved female country songs that reminded her of her Tennessee roots and beloved family members.
Faye was predeceased by her daughter Vicky Lynn Moreno. Left to cherish her memory are her children: Delores (Ted) Rodrigues, Chrissy Dzioba, Anthony (Monique) Clark, Monica (Ernest) Johnson, and her life partner of more than forty years, Sonny Clark. She is also survived by siblings Edward White and Marie Karniewicz. Additionally, many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and extended friends and family will also carry mom in their hearts and memories.
In accordance with her wishes, there will be no memorial service. Instead, we encourage you to celebrate your memories with our mom in a way that is meaningful and special and connects to what she meant to you personally.