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Kurt Clark

April 17, 1957 — July 26, 2021

Kurt Clark

Kurt William Clark, 64, went to be with his heavenly father on July 26, 2021, at Life Care Center in Post Falls, Idaho.

Kurt was born April 17, 1957, in Helena Montana. He was born to Gayle Hagnes but she was too young to raise a little guy so she put him up for adoption. He was adopted by Robert Heidenreich and Audrey Fulton at 3 months old. At a very young age they relocated to Moscow Idaho where he attend St. Mary Catholic school. In the mid 1970’s following his mom’s divorce the two of them moved to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

In 1975 Kurt met Jan, even though the marriage didn’t last they co-parented their 2 children. His first born was Angel Nichole in Dec of 1976. She was the piece of the puzzle that had been missing for him. She was a daddy’s girl through and through. At 5 years old he started coaching her t-ball and then slow pitch softball teams. Throughout the years they went on to travel all over for tournaments bringing home many trophies. His biggest accomplishment was 1990 when he took Angel’s all-star team to Pocatello Idaho for the Jr. Olympics and took 3rd place. He was her biggest fan and supporter. They had a bond like no other.

In September 1978 he was thrilled when his son Kurt William (Jr) arrived. They had their own special bond, starting with fishing. As a young boy Kurt and his dad would fish off the banks of Hauser Lake and troll Twin Lakes with their boat. They both had a passion for classic cars, they would look at all different make, model, and years. As Kurt Jr became an adult, he decided to enlist in the Navy and serve his country. His dad was so proud and would brag about all his son has done and seen. He was very proud of his children.

In 2000 he became a papa for the first time with his oldest grandson Micah, Kurt Jr’s son. In 2003 he was shocked and blessed with a set of triplet grandchildren; Bryant, Dakotah, and his only granddaughter MacKinzie, Angel (Arleigh) children. And in 2014 his youngest grandson Dax, Kurt Jr’s son was born. Family was everything to him.

His interest included hunting, fishing, coaching, softball, traveling, MLB, and his upmost favorite was NFL. He was the biggest and best fan of the Seattle Seahawks.

Kurt W. Clark is survived by his mom Audrey Fulton, his daughter Angel (spouse Arleigh), his son Kurt, half-sister Tracy Blee of Great Falls, MT, half-sister Cristy Reehl of Three Forks MT, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews, and 5 grandchildren. He is preceeded in death with his birth mother Gayle Hagnes and stepfather Dale Fulton.

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