Gloryette Patricia Clark, lost her long and courageous battle with Parkinson's Disease on June 8, 2014. Born on March 17, 1934, Gloryette lived a full life of achievement, love, adventure and beauty. She grew up in the Las Vegas and Los Angeles area, graduating from Van Nuys High in 1952. From there, it wasn't long until she was working for Disney in the Publicity Department. From Disney, she moved up to Universal, eventually becoming a Film Editor, Screenwriter and Director. No small feat in an era and field that was predominately male. She worked a total of 35 years in the Motion Picture and Television Industry. In 1972, she was nominated for a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Editing for her work on "The Bold Ones; The Lawyers". She had the pleasure to work with many famous Writers, Producers and Directors, including, Stephen J. Cannell, Roy Huggins and Robert Blake. Her professionalism and amazing talent earned her the highest regards from all who worked with her. The greatest love of her life, was her Family. She leaves behind her beloved Brother, David (Deborah) Howe, her two Sons, Kevin (Dawn) Clark and Doug (Suzanne) Clark, 11 Grandchildren, 2 Great Grandchildren and a large extended family, all of who loved and cherished her. We will forever miss and love our Sweet GG.
Memorial Services are Private, and the Family requests that in lieu of flowers donations be made to “The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research."
CLARK Gloryette (Gloryette Patricia Clark)
Born: 3/17/1934, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A.
Died: 6/8/2014, Los Angeles, Clalifornia, U.S.A.
Gloryette Clark’s westerns – screenwriter, film editor:
Who Killed the Mysterious Mr. Foster – 1971 (TV) – 1971 [screenwriter, film editor]
Alias Smith and Jones (TV) – 1971-1974 [film editor]
This is the West That Was (TV) – 1974 [film editor]
The Invasion of Johnson County(TV) - 1976 [film editor]