Beloved Librarian Remembered in Natomas

Family, friends and library goers remembered Amber at a vigil on Dec. 11, a year after her murder.

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A candle light vigil was held in memory of Amber Fawn Wooton-Clark Wednesday in Natomas.

The vigil marked the first anniversary of Clark’s death. The popular North Natomas librarian was slain in her car in the library parking lot as she was leaving work on Dec. 11, 2018.

About 80 people attended the vigil held in front of the North Natomas Library on Via Ingoglia.

“We all miss her so much,” Darci King posted on Facebook earlier in the week.

The Sacramento City Council approved the naming of a teen space in the library after Clark in May 2019.

The alleged shooter Ronald Seay has been charged with first-degree murder with an allegation of lying in wait. He is being held without bail at Sacramento County Main Jail pending a mental evaluation.

Amber Clark

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