ALISA ADAMS CLARK
Alisa “Lisa” Adams Clark, age 61, passed away on November 24, 2019, at her home in Southport, Florida.
Lisa was born April 13, 1958 in Waycross, Georgia to James and Norma Adams. She graduated from Ware County High School in 1976. Lisa earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from Troy University in 1980, where she was an accomplished oboe player and proud majorette in the Sound of the South Marching Band.
Lisa later served as Band Director, Assistant Band Director, and Auxiliary Coordinator at several schools in the southeast. Her passion for teaching young women how to carry themselves with confidence, grace, and poise, led her to become involved in pageantry.
After moving to Florida in the early 90’s, Lisa established Cottondale Twirling & Dance Club, where she shared her love and talent as a baton twirler with hundreds of girls over the span of 9 years.
Lisa was proceeded in death by her father, James Lawrence Adams, Sr., her stepfather, Carl Cochran, and her brother, James Lawrence Adams, Jr. She is survived by her mother, Norma Jean Cochran (Panama City), two brothers, David Adams, and Daniel “Danny” Adams (Lauree) both of Panama City, her daughter, Marisa Everett (Tyler) of Bonifay, sons Ryan “Buddy” Clark (Maswari) of Houston, Texas, and Kyle Clark (Jayna) of Arab, Alabama, three granddaughters, Marlaina, Tatum, and Emory, and several beloved cousins, nieces, and nephews.
Lisa’s family will be hosting a Celebration of Life where all friends, former students, and family are welcome to attend. Specific details will be shared as soon as they are formalized.
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