Paula "Annette" Clark, was born October 26, 1959 in Pine Bluff Arkansas. She moved to Omaha, Nebraska as a child. Annette attended Indian Hill Elementary School until she moved back to Pine Bluff to live with her Aunt Jessie Mae and continued her education at Pine Bluff High. As a kid she loved working on bikes. Annette learned how to work on bikes by going to the bike shop in South Omaha and watching the owner. She started working on bikes herself for the neighborhood kids and would under bid the owner of the bike shop.
Annette was active in 4-H. As a child, her group visited multiple farms and learned the life of a farmer. She was also quite the handy woman. Annette knew how to change the oil in her car, fix flat tires, paint houses, and work on plumbing. As an adult, she was employed by Campbell Soup until her health began to fail. Annette also had a love for children. She sometimes would volunteer at her cousin's daycare center. Annette had many hobbies, fishing, playing checkers, cards and going to the casino. She enjoyed spending precious moments with her mother and grandchildren.
Annette leaves to cherish her memory daughter Jamiskia Clark; mother Janice Cox; sisters Phyllis (Kenneth Jackson), Janis, Brenda, Pamela, Anita (Adrian Mackins), Margie, and Norma; grandchildren LaVentre and Jada Clark; great grandchildren Karmelo, Kamiya LaVenture Jr. and Leo Tomas Clark. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends and dear friends Steve Hicks and Claudette Davis.