Wife, mother, legend. Described as “the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen” by her husband, amazing mother to two incredible sons, suddenly and tragically passed due to complications from the influenza virus on February 6, 2018. Words cannot express our loss nor can they describe how amazing Sabrina was as a mother, daughter, and wife. She will be missed more than you can know.
Sabrina was born on November 10, 1976 to Vicki Lou (Ritzman) Storey in Salt Lake City, Utah. Sabrina graduated from Taylorsville High School in 1995 and earned her Bachelor of Business Administration from Westminster College.
On October 18, 2007, she married Steven Clark and made him the luckiest man alive. In 2008 she welcomed a son, Talon, and then another son in 2010, Jude. Her husband loved her deeply and Sabrina gave everything she had to protect, love, and cherish her children.
She is survived by her husband, Steven Clark, and two children, Talon and Jude; her parents, Vicki and Jack Storey; her nephew, Jordan (Traci) Storey and their daughters; she was preceded in death by her sister, Katrina Vierra. Sabrina’s aunts, uncles, cousins, in-laws, and their extended families and friends all miss her dearly.
We would love all who knew Sabrina and her family to join us in honoring her memory on Sunday, February 11, 2018 from 4 - 7 p.m. at Anderson & Goff Mortuary, 11859 South 700 East, Draper, UT 84020.
With heavy hearts, graveside services for Sabrina will be held at Memorial Mountain View Cemetery, 3115 East 7800 South, Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121 on Monday, February 12, 2018 at 1 p.m. for family and close friends.
The love of a lifetime has been taken and she will live on in the hearts of her children and all she has touched. We love you Babydoll!
Often described as striking, Sabrina possessed poise, confidence, and a personality fit for her beauty. Sabrina lived life to its fullest. She was never afraid to take on a project or speak her mind. Sabrina could walk into a room and control it as she made everyone around her better. It’s rare to love what you do for a living, but Sabrina truly loved her career choices and the people she worked with. She was strategic and intelligent when it came to solving problems and could take the most complicated situation and make it incredibly simple to understand.
Sabrina had an eye for fashion and style. Those that know her understand how much she loved to shop, not only for herself, but for others as well. Sabrina would go out of her way to donate items for the needy and instilled this virtue onto her children.
Sabrina loved to be outside on a sunny day. She would often be found working in the garden, helping her husband adjust the sprinkler heads, or taking on a small remodeling project around the house. Her personal touches and style can be found throughout her home and we love to have these memories of her. She loved spending time with her family and friends. She was always the life of the party with an infectious laugh, a beaming personality, and had a love of red wine. Sabrina was big on clean living and eating; she always found time to exercise, making yoga pants an everyday wardrobe choice...which did not bother her husband one bit.
Sabrina’s favorite vacation spot was “the beach, any beach” with a drink in her hand, smile on her face, and building sand castles with her boys. She loved to chase her children around Disneyland and Disney World, watching their smiles as we enjoyed the magic as a family.
Sabrina cherished her boys and dedicated her life to ensure they had everything they needed - whether they liked it or not. She was always there to help with homework, to yell from the sideline at basketball games, and take them swimming in the summertime. She lived for her boys and everything she did was to ensure they had the best lives possible. She will be greatly missed in their lives.
It’s incredibly difficult to put an entire life into such a small space. Sabrina loved her entire family fiercely, was adored by her husband, and will always be remembered by everyone who knew her.
We miss Mommy so much. Her life will never be forgotten.