November 23, 1925 ~ September 23, 2016
90, of Indianapolis,passed away on September 23, 2016. Shewas born in Indianapolis on November 23, 1925 to the late Charles and JennySiddall. She started working at a young age with her grandmother in the ThompsonRestaurant as a server, and continued giving great service in the City-CountyBuilding Cafeteria until it closed. WhenLouise was in her 40’s she married Ira Clark, and was married to him for 25+years until he passed away.
Louise was a determined person, with a little temper, butalways caring about other people. Sheloved fishing and horseback riding, and was a member of the Boner SeniorCitizens Center for 30+ years and the American Legion Auxiliary.
Louise is survived by her: sister, Lonavee Phelps; andniece, Cheryl Bracken, who was also her caregiver; along with many other niecesand nephews; great-nieces and nephews; great great-nieces and nephews; and great great great-nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her: husband, IraClark; siblings, Harold Siddall, Robert Siddall (Louise), Charles Siddall,Sharon Siddall-Humphress (James); brother-in-law, Edward Phelps; nephew, JamesHumphress; along with her parents.
Services will be at 1pm on Friday, October 7, 2016 at Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services, 5215 N. Shadeland Avenue, with visitation from 12pm until the time of service. Burial to follow at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens, Fishers, IN.
I love you more than words can express and I miss you already. I have a great emotional loss right now but know that you are in a better place. Love you my ladybug…Cheryl
Gone from earth but not forgoten!
She will always be in our heartsÃ¢â„¢Â¡
God now has a porcelain angel beside him. Love your great niece Nicole
I will forever cherish the memories we had together and I know you liked to go by Louise but you will always be my favorite aunt sylvia.. my heart breaks that I didn’t get to see you and tell you how much you truly meant to me until we meet again.. RWL love you aunt sylvia