Fyrn Hendrix Clark, 94, passed away Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at her residence.
The native of Hickox, Georgia spent her early life there and graduated from Nahunta High School. She attended Sanford Brown Business College in St. Louis, MO and Williams Business College in Savannah, GA. She was formerly employed in the accounting department of Southern Paper Board Company before meeting her husband, Robert "Bob" Clark and starting her family.
She was a member of White Bluff United Methodist Church, the Elizabeth Circle at the church and the Candler Hospital volunteers.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert E. Clark, her parents Edmond and Leila Knox Hendrix and her 8 siblings, Nance Rushing, Josie Mae Jones, Edna Batten, Gladys Kennedy, Neil Hendrix, Woodrow Hendrix, Roland Hendrix and Lorraine Jacobs.
Surviving are her daughters, Pamela Saunders, Paula (Billy) Bunkley, grandchildren Wendy (George) Namias, Tim (Pamela) Saunders, Heather Bunkley, Laura (James) Rogers and great-grandchildren Jaci, Ben, Bill, Luci, Sofia, Blake, Gabby and Olivia. As well as many nieces and nephews.
Thank you to the staff at Kendrid Hospice for their kindness and support in her care.
A private graveside service will be held at Beaufort National Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, please send remembrances to the charity of your choice.
MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH THE FAMILY DURING THEIR TIME OF BEREAVEMENT!
- KIMBERLY WILLIAMS, SAVANNAH, GA
Our deepest sympathy to you Pam and your family.
- Joyce & Bill McAfee, Flowery Branch, GA
Pam, Laura and family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. May you be comforted knowing your mother and grandmother lived a long full life.
- Mary Ann Donahue, Savannah
- boots, Pooler, Georgia
Pam, Paula and family, my heart is so so broken with the loss of your sweet mother and the best great aunt anyone could ever ask for. I wanted so deeply to come see her for the last couple of years so I could hug and kiss her but as you know my health is not good. I know and understand how hard it is to lose your Mother but God does give us strength to get through the hard times. If you need anything at all please let me know. I love you all. I am making a donation to David’s and Mary Ann’s missionary work in India. I know Aunt Fyrn would approve and I pray you all do also. Debby
- Debby Bishop Clark, Myrtle Beach, SC
I am so sorry for your lost, my prayers go out to your family
- Ronnie Rogers, SAVANNAH, GA
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
- A Private Service Will Be Held