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SALLY ANN SIMPSON Sally Ann Simpson died January 8, 2019 of metastatic breast cancer in Pahrump. She is survived by her loving husband, Thomas Hendricksen and her father-in-law, Harry Hendricksen. Sally was the caring mother of Elaine Duncan, David Mathew Clemons, Peter Clemons, Raymond Clemons, Carolina Panlillio, Amiee Clemons, Sara Silveria, Jin Sook Davis, Jacob Clemons, Rebekah Toledo, Nencee White, Wahabu White, Salome Assibu, Kona White, Lillian Jomah-White, and the late Jamie and Michael Clemons, and the loving step-mother to Jamie Hendricksen. Sally is the grandmother to A. J. Toledo, Cody Clemons, Justin Clemons, Max White, Akai White, Jareem White, Nathan Whatcott, Micha Davis, Collin Davis, Kalea Davis, Mia Panlillio, Kiana Panlillio, and Zero Sakai. She and her late husband, David Clemons, raised 18 children from all over the world. Later, while working in Liberia, she adopted nine more children. She was a well known social worker who started her career at Catholic Charities in Baltimore and placed over a thousand children from all over the world into loving homes. Sally's focus was social work because she loved children and family work. After her two sons died at a young age, she studied trauma therapy to become a well known grief counselor. In 2016, she was convinced by a friend to move to Pahrump to become the lead social worker for Nye County schools. She and her husband, Tom, loved this community and quickly assimilated into the community before she became ill. Dr. Simpson is well known for her extensive travel and her encouragement for children and families all over the world. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, Jan. 19 at 11 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 5461 Manse Rd., Pahrump.
Published in Pahrump Valley Times on Jan. 16, 2019
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