February 11, 1926 ~ September 13, 2009

Born in: Oyster Bay, New York,
Resided in: Asheville, NC

Asheville ~ Nancy Mangam Clark, 83, died Sunday, September 13, in Asheville, North Carolina. A memorial service to celebrate her life will be held at 4:00 pm on Wednesday, September 16 at St. Giles Chapel, 26 Sheffield Circle, located on the grounds of Deerfield Episcopal Retirement Community in Asheville. The family will receive friends at a reception immediately following the service. Born in Oyster, Bay, NY on February 11, 1926, Mrs. Clark was a summa cum laude graduate of the State University of New York in Cortland and was an elementary school teacher. She lived in Syracuse, NY for 40 years where she was active in the Junior League, Onondaga Golf & Country Club, the Syracuse Garden Club, and St. David's Episcopal Church. Mrs. Clark was a resident of Deerfield for 10 years. A devout Episcopalian, she served on the Altar Guild and was recently president of the Daughters of the King at St. Giles Chapel. She is survived by her beloved husband of 62 years, Robert T. Clark; three daughters including Catherine Clark Gibbons (Robert) of Syracuse, NY, Gay Clark Jennings (Albert) of Sagamore Hills, OH, and Carla Clark Liberatore (David) of Cary, NC; and four grandchildren Lee, Sam, Louis and Robert. Memorial contributions in her memory may be made to St. Giles Chapel, 26 Sheffield Circle, Asheville, NC 28803.

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  1. We’re shocked, and saddened, by the recent news of Nancy’s passing. Although moves, age, Bompa’s/Nannie’s demise, etc. have spread our family.. I’ve still many fond memories of Thanksgiving’s, and other family get-togethers, conversations and antics.

    May I wish, from our side, our thoughts and prayers to you and yours on your loss!

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  2. It’s been many years since I’ve heard any of the Clarks’ names but your mother’s obituary brought back memories from childhood.

    My most sincere sympathy to all of you on your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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  3. Bob, Cathy, Gay & Carla – I’m so sorry to hear of Nancy’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. God Bless and Keep You All.

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  4. Mr. Clark, Cathy, Gay and Carla:
    I just learned that your wife and mother passed away. I am so sorry to hear of it. Growing up, Mrs. Clark was like a second mother to me. I still have a monkey book she gave me when I was monkey-crazy. I have many wonderful memories of her and the whole family.
    My sympathy to all of you.
    Christie Gray (Thiaville@aol.com)

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  5. Dear Mr. Clark & family,

    I just heard about Mrs. Clark’s passing and wanted to send you all my sincere condolences. Mrs. Clark will always shine in my memory as a lovely and sharp-witted woman devoted to her family.

    Mary

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  6. Oh so many wonderful memories of Aunt Nancy are flooding my mind this morning after hearing about your terrible loss. My thoughts are with all of you. Love, Claire

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  7. Dear Bob, Cathy, Gay and Carla,

    My mother was so very sad to read of Nancy’s death in the Syracuse papers. She still treasures the memories of all of those golf victories at Bellevue and Onondaga!
    And I still treasure that beautiful smocked dress she made for Caitlin. Maybe some lucky little girl will wear it again some day. Our heartfelt condolences to you all.
    Pat Fahey Swaim for
    Rita M. Fahey

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