Alan Clark Skinner

December 26, 1973 - July 16, 2023

Alan was 49 years old. He was born in Las Vegas to Clark H Skinner and Cora Day. Clark and Cora moved their family to Fallon Nevada.

It was there that Alan learned to enjoy life, meeting and making friends along the way.

Alan loved camping, fishing, hunting, building, off-roading
and being with his family and friends. Alan participated in the Fallon High School Rodeo even going to Gillette WY for Nationals in 1993. Alan’s circle of friends continued to grow larger than life.
Alan loved to learn in 2010 he moved to Eureka Nevada to work at Ruby Hill, where he learned to operate all the big boy toys. Alan was one of the luckiest guys that I know; at the Barrick company Christmas Party, he won a round trip plane ticket to anywhere in the USA (excluding Hawaii). Alan chose to fly to Maine, so that he could have “real” Maine Lobster.

Alan loved to explore rather it be the mountains, trails, old mining towns or new places. Some of Alan’s fondest memories were being in the mountains, picking pine nuts, and hunting for the biggest buck/ elk. He loved to share the outdoors with his children, taking them hunting, fishing or just out on the 4 wheelers. Alan loved working all the crazy shifts at the mine, because that meant he had more days to travel. He most recently visited the Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Texas.

Alan is proceeded in Death by his parents Clark H Skinner and Cora Day Skinner-Wnuk, and Brother Justin Skinner.

Alan is survived by his children: Ashley (David) Story of Spokane, Washington, Trenten (Morgan) Marion of Fallon, David Skinner, of Reno, and John Skinner, of Carlin. Grandchildren: Leo and Aspen Nieces and Sister-in-Law: McKenzie (Andrew) Hayward, Reba Skinner, Cammie Skinner, and Debbie Skinner. Great Nieces: DonnaMae, Brynlee, and Adalynn.

Come as you are and share the stories and memories of Alan at Laura Mills Park on Saturday, September 9th at 3pm. It is Alan’s wishes to be laid to rest with his dad in Cedar City Utah and his mom in Las Vegas
Nevada; graveside services will be held later.