Georgeanne Clark, 86, of East Moline passed away peacefully Sept. 16, 2014, with her family at her side. Per her wishes, there will be a private graveside service at Rock Island National Cemetery, Arsenal Island, where she will join her husband. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Schroder Mortuary in Silvis. Memorial gifts can be sent to St. John's Lutheran Church, East Moline. Born Oct. 26, 1927, to Gaynell and Charles Condra in Seymour, Iowa. Georgeanne graduated from Seymour High School where she met her future husband, Perry Clark. In high school, Georgeanne played basketball and her team went on to the state tournament. Her love of basketball remained throughout her life. She remained close to her classmates and dearest friend from seventh grade, Colleen Moore. In 1951, she married Perry Clark and moved to East Moline, where they raised their family. She was a supervisor for Servus Rubber and after retiring, worked for John Deere in the dining area as a cook. Georgeanne enjoyed baking and making many of her salads. One of her cookie recipes was found on the internet - "GG's Potato Chip Cookies." She enjoyed playing euchre with her husband and friends and always cheered on the Hawkeyes. She looked forward to reuniting in heaven with her loving husband Perry Clark who passed away in 2004. She never stopped missing him. They shared 57 happy years together and enjoyed their retirement with many of their friends, wintering in Padre Island, Texas. She always liked her Texas oranges. She enjoyed her novels and knitting. Family was everything to Georgeanne and she loved to keep up with their lives and followed their sports activities. She leaves behind three daughters, Jill (Bob) Ballard, Cannon Falls, Minn., Cyndi Christopher, East Moline, and Jamie (Will) McLaughlin, Rock Island; grandchildren, Adam Otis, Chad (Heather) Otis, Keri (Nile) Pena, Tim Hernandez and Lindsay (Tim) Palos; great-grandchildren, Simone Otis, Blake Otis, Bailey Otis, Storm Otis, Kallie Otis, Kiana Otis, Gabe Otis, Alex Ballard, Cameron Pena, Jacob Pena, Kaylie Pena, Antonio Palos, Marc Hernandez, Makaila Hernandez, Isaiah Palos; great-great-grandchildren, Adrian Otis, Xavier and Cameron Pena. She has two sisters Barb (Pat) James and Sharon (Steve) Carey. She was preceded in death by her parents, and sisters, Ruby Liggett and Norma McKelvey. A special thank you to The Clarissa C. Cook Hospice House, where she received her final compassionate care.