Lowell Burton Clark passed away at his home in Freedom, Wyo., on Jan. 8, 2019. He was born in Montpelier, Idaho, on March 10, 1978, to Lowell F. and Eva N. Clark. He was the sixth child and second son of eight children. He was raised on the family ranch in Cokeville. He graduated from Cokeville High School in 1997. He served a mission to Johanessburg, South Africa. Following his mission, he attended BYU-Idaho, where he graduated with an Associates’ Degree in criminal justice. Later he received a Bachelor’s Degree in geomatics from Utah Valley University.
Burton had a wealth of knowledge and skill in many areas, including art, music, history, literature and classic film. He enjoyed sharing these passions with his family and friends. From an early age, Burton learned the to value hard work and to enjoy the outdoors. He loved to hunt and fish and often enjoyed these activities with family. He had a unique relationship with his many nieces and nephews. Burton was their beloved uncle.
He is survived by father, Lowell F. Clark, of Cokeville; and seven siblings: Beverly (Russell) Yellowhorse, of Provo, Utah; Mary Ann (Douglas) Eborn, of Dallas, Texas; Christy (Tedd) Jenkins, of Freedom, Wyo.; Elisabeth Clark, of Cokeville, Wyo.; David (Kelley) Clark, of Worland, Wyo.; Paul (Kaylee) Clark, of Cokeville, Wyo.; and Kathryn Clark, of Cokeville, Wyo. He is also survived by 23 nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his mother, Eva N. Clark.
A funeral service will be held on Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019, at the Cokeville LDS Church at 12:00 noon. Viewing will be held at the Cokeville LDS Church from 10:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. on Saturday.