Clarice Rosanne Hudelson 54, of Boise, Idaho was born December 29th, 1963 in Salt Lake City Utah at Holy Cross Hospital to Omar L. Homme and Margarethe B’Anne Hinrichsen Follingstad Homme.
On May 3rd, 2018 she returned to her heavenly father after a courageous battle with cancer and is now dancing with the King of Kings and Lord of Lords and all who preceded her. She spent most of her last months at home with her companion and pugs and spent the last week and a half at Life Care Center which helped so much in easing of care giving from those who needed to just sit and have quality time in those last few days.
She was most recently preceded in passing by her Mother, Margarethe B’Anne, Brother, Bruce Homme, Husband, Burke Anthony Hudelson and her Father, Omar Homme.
Clarice is survived by her son, Kyle Jordan Hudelson, Brother Mark Homme, Sisters Valerie Gerardi, Cheryl L. Patterson and many nieces, nephews and Jean Zimmermann who was a 2nd mother to her. Also surviving, is her recent companion Scott Putnam, who gave of his time and care giving in their entire relationship and who was by her side as she went home to our Heavenly Father.
Honorably mentioned surviving are her two best companions, Peanut and Izzy, the Pugs she so adored, who have been left in the care of Scott at her request.
Clarice spent her youngest years …. 1 to 3 in Salt Lake City. In 1966, the family moved to the Treasure Valley where she attended Valley View grade school. Then in 1974 her father transferred his Federal employment to Sacramento, California where she Graduated from Mira Loma High.
At age29, September 11, 1993, Clarice married Burke Anthony Hudelson (who also consequently passed at the same age of 54)… Tony adopted her son Kyle and truly assumed the natural father role never considering Kyle as not being his very own . Tony loved Kyle and spent as much time possible, being the dad a child needs. Tony even joined the ski patrol so he could be with Kyle on the ski hill.
Clarice worked most of her career in the insurance industry with the majority as a workers' compensation claims adjuster. She was very will accomplished and as many would put it "knew her stuff" when it came to anything she wanted to accomplish in her career.
Clarice loved her family and friends, and always desired everyone to be upbeat and happy. Her joyful wit and sense of humor could always make you laugh. We will always cherish her and the memories we have.
If you would like to donate in her name, her favorite charities were The Idaho Human Society, the Pug Pals Rescue Group and of course the Cancer Society.
In her desires, Clarice wrote: "Love one another, forgive anyone and everyone for the Lord will forgive you in the same manner."
Graveside memorial to be held at Cloverdale in Boise on Tuesday, May 15th at 2:00 PM.