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Clara Nell Lake

Lake, Clara Nell, age 88 of Germantown, OH went home to be with her Lord and savior on January 25, 2022. She was born in Haleyville, AL to the late Clint and Bessie (Smith) Cook. Clara Nell was a member of 1st Southern Baptist Church in Camden, loved God and her family, especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Kenneth "Gene" Lake, her siblings Harbert and James Cook and Sarah Comeens. She is survived by her son Randy (Sonia) Lake, daughter Jana (Bob) Sears, grandchildren Lindsay (Brandon) Lavine, Lauren (Allen) Moore, Megan (Brad) Clifton, Kristen (Troy) Fox, great grandchildren Jacob Lavine, Collin Clifton, Ezra Lavine, Connor Clifton, as well as numerous extended family members and friends who will miss her dearly. Funeral services will be private with burial at Germantown Union Cemetery.

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What a blessing to be Nell's Pastor. A heart a gold and so tender and loving. Her faith has become sight. Home in heaven with Gene. Prayers to Randy, Jana, your families and kids.

Bro. Greg and Renee Jan 27 2022 11:12 AM

I am so very saddened to hear about Clara Nell\'s passing. She is once again with her husband, Gene and family. She will be missed very much. ♥️♥️

G.Patricia Bayne Jan 26 2022 8:30 PM

I had the pleasure of working with both Nell and Gene for Physical Therapy by the request of their Granddaughter Megan. It was an honor that I was able to make a difference in their lives. I no longer want to tap her on her head to make her look up. By looking down she is watching over all her family and friends. She will forever be missed. Condolences and love to family.

Ann Keyser Jan 26 2022 6:54 PM