Helen Clark

29 October , 192628 October , 2018

With heavy hearts, the family announces her passing on Sunday, October 28, 2018 at Hilltop Manor, Cambridge, in her 92nd year.

Loving mother of Scott Clark (Debbie), Cheryl McIver (Bob), and Donna Entwistle (Ken). Dear grandmother of Todd McIver (Kristi), Matthew McIver (Melanie), Jeff Entwistle, Jon Entwistle, Krista Clark (Basil), Sarah Clark (Andrew), and Aaron Clark (Jessica). Lovingly remembered by 8 great-grandchildren, and her sister-in-law Isobel Chard and her family. Predeceased by her husband John Clark, and her sister Lois Daniel. Helen was renowned for her regular weekly shopping trip with Audrey, and we will always remember her great baking skills, particularly her butter tarts. She cherished the time she was able to spend in Flin Flon, Manitoba with her family, especially sitting on the dock with John, appreciating nature’s beauty. Helen will be greatly missed. Cremation has taken place, and a private service will be held at a later date. As expressions of sympathy, donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Society. The family would like to extend a special thanks to the staff of Hilltop Manor from all departments, who came into contact with Helen, for their true kindness, understanding, and compassionate care.


Helen Clark

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Ken and Diane Moyes

3 November 2018

Dear Cheryl and Bob. Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your dear Mom. You were always such a great daughter to her, Cheryl. She couldn't have been loved more then you loved her. Bob, you were the best son-in-law. Your mother was always such a sweet lady, and a very beautiful and classy woman. We loved watching her and your father dance at both your sons weddings. Now, they are together again and dancing with each other in heaven...she is happy now forever! We are here for you, Cheryl, anytime you need us. Rest in Peace , Helen.

William J. Edwards

1 November 2018

To the Clark family,
You know not of me but I shared a part of Helen's and John's life many years ago. Helen brought Ethel (St, Clair) Rogers
to our (Kitty and Bill Edwards) house in Phoenix, Az. to visit Ethel's sister Louisa Goodall. It was pleasant and we felt
good about it. The next time I met Helen (and Lois) was when I represented the Goodalls at the funeral of Ethel in Sept.1996
and stopped over at John and Helen's house. Again they treated me like family. Now comes my most interesting experience.

I know you are all going to suffer grief and sadness and I have also reached that point in my life's journey. Kitty, my wife
of 67 years passed away on April 18 this year at the age of 86. It was totally unexpected and I am totally depressed and
at this point do not have any plans for the future. I sent Helen her obituary to some place in Preston but it came back.

Maybe it was Kitty guiding me but for some reason I Googled Helen Clark obituary _ Cambridge and there it all was.

God bless Helen and Kitty. I love and miss Kitty with all my heart.

Bill at

Bette Simard

1 November 2018

I knew Helen as Mrs Clark, my neighbour, my mother’s friend and my friend and her daughter Cheryl’s Mother.
She was a wonderful person who baked cookies for the whole neighbourhood. We played throughout her home and yard and never had a complaint. Mrs Clark was always smiling and nice to all the neighbourhood kids. She is a wonderful memory from my childhood.
My sympathies to Cheryl and the family
Bette Simard (Spalding)

Barry Ames

30 October 2018

My condolences to Cheryl, Bob and Helen's family on the passing of a Mother, Gramma and Great Gramma.

I enjoyed getting to know Helen some 20+ yrs ago while working in Preston. I always appreciated our talks when she'd come by to pay me a visit. Her love for her family was always so evident. May you take comfort in the memories of your Mom.


Barry Ames

Daria Salemka

29 October 2018

My sincere condolences for Helen's family and friends. I enjoyed many visits with Helen and I will always remember her beautiful smile and bright eyes. May fond memories give you comfort during this difficult time. Peace to you and yours... Sincerely. Daria Salemka, Chaplain at PeopleCare Hilltop Manor