Ayanna Lovette Clark © Grace Memorial Chapel 11-2020 Submitted by: Glenn
January 6, 2002 ~ November 22, 2020
The heavens got another angel. Ayanna Lovette Clark was called home on Sunday, November 22, 2020 in Ponca City, OK she was born on January 6, 2002 in Ponca City to Tammy Clark and Matthew George Buffalohead Jr and Tammy later married John Cling who raised Ayanna as his own.
Ayanna grew up in Ponca City attending the Ponca City School system; she was very musically incline playing the trumpet since she was 11 and enjoyed playing in the Po High Band until she graduated on December 17, 2019, five months ahead of her class. She was employed by Pizza Inn for the last 2 ½ years. Ayanna enjoyed going to POW WOW’s and she was the Kaw Nation Princess 2017 to 2018. Her favorite POW WOW activity was Gourd Dancing. She had two Indian names; Ina’^ Zhi’^gahi^ga ita’ which means Momma’s Baby and Mina^ga which means First Daughter, she was also given her own Native American song. Ayanna also enjoyed drawing, painting, coloring, doing her hair and makeup, music was always playing wherever she was.
Those left behind to cherish her memory are her dog, Taco, her registered service dog, her parents; Tammy and John Cling of the Home, Siblings, grandmother and numerous relatives.
Ayanna always danced to the beat of her own drum. She will be greatly missed and never forgotten, fly high baby girl until we see you again.
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November 27, 2020
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