Clark attended the University of Chicago. She and her husband lived in Berkeley before moving to Lafayette in 1952. She was the founder of the Parent Participation Nursery School on 1st Street. She raised her family in Lafayette where she was active in many important causes, i.e. anti-smoking campaigns in schools, youth athletic activities, and the development of the Lafayette Crosses on her property in honor and appreciation of soldiers who died in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars. Her children were all successful in worthwhile endeavors. Louise was active in senior housing efforts and on the board of Chateau Lafayette and spearheaded efforts for Senior Housing for all. One of her recent interests was the Downtown Plan hoping to involve our creek setting. She was very creative and inspired to make every life better.