Dorothy Jackson Clark, 82, of Schoolcraft, MI, passed away on Sunday evening, October 23, 2016, after an aggressive 16 month battle with Cancer. Dorothy was born on Easter Sunday in Traverse City, Michigan to Warren and Alice Jackson. Warren Jackson was a Minister and Alice a Sunday School teacher. Dorothy graduated from Buckley High School, and still attended annual class reunions every summer. Received a degree in business from Ferris State. Dorothy thrived in her work as a Bookkeeper for many years, with Gibson Guitar, Welches, Newhouse Printer's Supply, and Arco to name a few. After she retired she volunteered her time with several organizations; The United Methodist Church in Schoolcraft, Little Lambs, Schoolcraft Library, Meals on Wheels, and Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan. Dorothy was also an elected member of the Schoolcraft Town Council, a position that she was very proud to hold. She had an amazing group of friends and extended family that she would meet with every week for exercise class, breakfast or dinner, and the occasional walk next door for ice cream. She was a prolific reader, and enjoyed learning. She loved going, doing, climbing, walking, biking, boating, seeing, everything; always curious and always with a smile saying "Let's go see". She loved music of all genres, and loved to dance; that is how she met her husband Richard Clark, dancing at Daisy Mae's just outside of Grand Rapids. Welcoming Dorothy will be: Warren and Alice Jackson, her parents; Richard Clark, her husband; Gordon Jackson, her brother; Monroe and Maverick, her grand pets; along with numerous cousins, extended family, and friends. She is survived by: Isabel Jackson, her sister in law; Paul Jackson, her younger brother; Fern Harper, her closest friend; and her children Paula Clark, Jeff Clark and his wife Jan, April Clark and her husband Jeff. No services have been scheduled at this time. No one could have asked for more from her, and she never would have given you anything less than everything that she had. Strong willed, determined, curious, and forever enthusiastic for what tomorrow might bring.