Thursday, January 21, 2010
Sunday, January 17, 2010
The Madison Laughter Club makes yoga a hoot
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
For those of you who knew her, I would like to pass on the following information. A visitation will be held on Tuesday January 5th from 5-7 p.m. and a memorial service will take place at 7.
Suminski Family Funeral Home
1901 N. Farwell Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53202
You may leave condolances at this website:
This is the eulogy written by her family:
Ann-Marie Clark was born 12/11/1951 to Winifred (Win) Simmons (Balcombe) and Gordon Walker in Sussex England. She grew up in East Grinstead and went to a Episcapal Boarding School. After finishing Physio (Physical Therapy) College she worked in Manchester. She then went to Haiti to do relief work as a physical therapist. From there she traveled up to the States to visit relatives and then worked in Canada. It was then that she meet her husband Jim at a Yoga Retreat in Michigan while living in Sault Ste. Marie Canada. After a year of a long distance romance she married Jim and had two lovely children (Joshua and Jessica). She continued to work as a physical therapist, making her home in Thiensville WI where she enjoyed doing all forms of dance (Sacred, Modern, African, and most other forms). She trained as a Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist and helped many people with personal transformation work. She became interested in Tibetan Buddhism. She did Yoga for the disabled. Became a Laughter Yoga leader and enjoyed leading classes whenever she could. She even enjoyed a hiking club. She had an amazing ability for writing poetry (even had one published). But most of all was her ability to bring joy and laughter to people whom she was with. Often telling stories that would lighten hearts. She had a gift with children she treated.