In Memory Of Kris Clark

In Memory Of Kris Clark

It is with very heavy heart that we share the passing of Kris Clark. Kris lost her battle with esophageal cancer in the evening on August 8th, with her children at her side.

Kris was an NPC national level competitor and competed several times in the NPC USA Championships as well as Masters Nationals. Kris also competed in powerlifting and was a benchpress record-holder and ranked #1 in the US in the 181 lbs raw class.

A long time friend of our staff, Kris had a smile that could light a room. She was one of the friendliest and nicest people we ever had the privilege of knowing. It was an honor and our privilege to follow her competitive career and to know her on a more personal level.

Thank you for all the great memories Kris, you will be very missed.

5 Responses to "In Memory Of Kris Clark"

  1. Rob Robson  August 10, 2015 at 9:28 pm

    Kris was a great woman. Even though I never met her, we both stay in touch over the internet we never met but earlier this year we both tried to meet before her health problem came up She will be missed (R.I.P.) LOVE YOU forever Rob Robson

  2. JACK ORTEZ  August 26, 2015 at 9:43 pm

    Kris was one of the nicest ladies i have ever met in my entire life. She was so easy to talk to and such a kind heart warm lady .I never met anyone like her beautiful inside and out . She will be remembered forever . What a woman. Everything about Kris was beautiful. She will be missed.

  3. greg  September 3, 2015 at 1:42 am

    Just found out about this woman 2 months ago and now I’ve heard this amazon is dead! I want to leave roses at her tomb!

  4. Demetrius Ricks  December 9, 2015 at 11:27 pm

    Heart Breaking!!!!

  5. kandor  February 26, 2016 at 12:16 pm

    I’ve done sessions over the years with many FBBs, but have never in any encounter met anyone like Kris. She was the kindest, sweetest, most soulful woman. Of course I loved her incredible body and those devastatingly powerful legs, but unlike any other, the essence of who she was was what I fell in love with. Honestly thought the world of this kind lady, and so very sorry to hear of her passing. She loved her kids, we’d talk about ours often, and her love always showed. God, what a great lady, and a good friend. Miss her a lot.


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