Allison Clark passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on their farm in Franklin, Arizona on September 8th, 2021. \nShe was born on May 1st, 1931, to Florence (Cook) and Orvil Waller in New York.\nDuring her life, she developed and used her many talents to bless the lives of those around her. She spent many years as a swimming instructor and very much enjoyed water sports. Quilting was another skill she excelled at, and was awarded many blue ribbons for her exquisite quilts and other works of art, including many paintings and drawings. She also loved working with wood, and her creations were beautiful as well as practical. Most all of her friends and relatives have enjoyed the gifts of her crocheted towels and other items, and she passed her skill and knowledge on to others to carry on the tradition.\nAllison is survived by her older brother Donald (Arlene) Waller, son Richard (Sharon) Clark, 4 grandchildren, Marta Waddell, David Clark, Orvil Clark, Malia Waits, and 11 great-grandchildren.\nA private memorial will be held by the family.\nServices were cared for by McDougal's Caldwell Funeral Chapel located at 112 E. Main St. Safford, AZ. 85546, 928-428-1740.