Kati Clark

Kati Reynolds Clark, 44, of St. Petersburg passed away peacefully on November 20th , 2022 at her home. Born in Minnesota, she traveled the country with her parents for years before calling Sarasota home in her teens where she graduated from Sarasota High School. She was preceded in death by her father Richard L. Reynolds. Kati is survived by her wife Connie Mason, her mother Deborah Reynolds and partner Mike Progen; brother Wilson Reynolds and fiancée Jennifer Andrew; Nephew Aiden Reynolds; Aunts Maggi Nichols Muhal and husband Robert, Beth Nichols Scholl, Peggy Crum and husband Gary, Patty Sowers and husband Doyle; Uncle Bert Nichols (Cindy); Cousins Jamie Schmidt (Jared), Diana Smith (Corey), Andrew, Alex, and Danny Nichols.

Kati was a very independent, resourceful, kind and loving individual. She always offered a helping hand and remembered details of stories shared with her and would always ask about your life and family whenever she met up with you again. Kati was a veteran of the United States Air Force. After serving honorably and traveling to many different states and countries, she found her stride in the medical field. She received her Bachelors in Nursing at the University of South Carolina. She began her career at Hilton Head Hospital before moving to Florida and working at Bayfront Medical Center. She then moved over to St. Anthony’s Hospital where she held positions in critical care and hospital administration. She loved her St. Anthony’s family. She loved being a Nurse and helping people, yet her truest calling in life was the love for her family, friends, sports and great music. Her beautiful smile, kind heart and charming spirit will be remembered by all who knew her.

A Celebration of Kati’s life will be held at Anderson McQueen Funeral Home 2201 Dr M.L.K Jr St N., St Petersburg, FL on Saturday December 17th, 2022. Family and friends will be received from 2-4pm and service will begin at 4pm. Kati wanted all who she loved and loved her, to have a big party which will follow the service, for all to attend. Please feel free to dress in colorful attire, Kati loved vibrant color. Attire is comfy and classy and colorful. There will be a foundation set up to honor Kati with an annual event to be determined later. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the foundation at a later date.