OBITUARY

Margaret Ann Clark

February 25, 1936December 17, 2012

Margaret Ann Clark, 76, of Evansville, passed away Monday, December 17, 2012, at her home. She was born February 25, 1936, in Evansville, to the late Edward Wilhelm and M. Margaret (Klotz) Clark.

Margaret was a 1954 graduate of Wadesville High School and retired from Keller Crescent after 45 years of service. She was currently employed at Hertz Rental Car. She was a member of Berean Bible Church. She enjoyed cooking and baking for her family. She was an elephant enthusiast.

She was also preceded in death by her great-nephew, Cain Clark; and niece, Kelly Clark.

Margaret is survived by her brother, Hubert Clark and wife, Jane; niece, Dana Clark; nephew, Robert Clark; great-nephew, Cody Clark; great-niece, Gabriella Clark; and cousins, Allene Hocker, Marilyn Weber, Sharon Heddens, Jennie Clemens, Ethel Riemersma, Charmaine Hickman, Pamela Williamson, Robert Crane and James Crane.

Services were 11:00 AM Thursday, December 27, 2012, at Alexander West Chapel, with burial in Park Lawn Cemetery. Friends visited Wednesday, December 26, 2012, from 4:00 to 8:00 PM at the funeral home.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, December 26, 2012
  • Funeral Service Thursday, December 27, 2012
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Vera Cleek

December 28, 2012

I met Margaret through a friend and quickly learned she was a very loving and caring special lady. She lived on the same block as my grandparents of years gone by, so I occasionally drove down Bell Avenue, reliving wonderful memories, and wondered how things were with Margaret. I was privileged to know her. No doubt she is enjoying life in Heaven now, with all her problems behind her. She is the winner! She will be missed. I was sorry to be unable to attend the viewing due to the snow.

Mary Coulter

December 27, 2012

Hubert and family, I only knew she was your sister Hubert and spoke to her a few times when she called you. She was always upbeat, never wanted to "bother you". So sorry the weather is keeping me from seeing you during this time. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you.

Dave & June Pillow

December 26, 2012

To the family of Margaret. We are sorry to read about her passing. We worked with her at Keller Crescent. She was such a kind and friendly lady. I ran into her several times this year and it was really good to see her. Know God will be taking good care of her now.

Sue Chapman

December 26, 2012

We worked with Margaret at Keller Crescent. Margaret was a hard worker. We may have worked hard but we always had a good time together, Margaret was a lot of fun. She truly loved her family and she was a very good cook. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Connie Dhonau & Sue Chapman

December 26, 2012

Hubert and Jane, So sorry for your loss right here at Christmas. And now this deep snow to deal with! You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Ellen (Simpson) Berberich

Ruby NcDowell

December 26, 2012

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Ronnie Rodgers

December 25, 2012

I knew Margaret at Keller Crescent and thought she was a very gracious lady. I found her to be always polite and considerate in our working relationship. She always seemed to be in good spirits.I am sorry to hear of her passing and offer my sincere regrets.

December 24, 2012

I had the pleasure of working with Margaret at KC many years. She was always kind and helpful to all. Margaret loved her family and she truly lived by the golden rule and sharing her faith. She will be remembered!!! My sympathy, Doug Sauter

December 24, 2012

To the family of Margaret Ann Clark

As you may know and remember, Margaret Ann was a dear friend and classmate of mine. We had so many good conversations lately, and many fun times between 1951-60. She, Betty E. and I made a trip to FL, in June, 1960, a few months before Virg and I were married on Sept 4, 1960. A major catastrophe of the trip was that I, taking good care of my newly acquired ring, took it off when I washed my hands at a Howard Johnson's, and absent-mindedly left it there - noticed it 20 or so miles down the road, but, of course it was no longer there. Dear Virg, did replace the ring, and said he loved me even if I was a scatter-brain - bless his heart. He was a gem and continued to be one (most of the time) and we shared 48 1/2 years together.

Margaret and I also floated out to sea, while Betty watched, or so our paper headlines read.

Freshman year, History, B.O. Blake, had two Margaret's in his class, so she was Margaret and I was "EMMA", and there were always many questions to answers and reports to read. He was a memorable teacher.

There were fun school trips to Indianapolis, IN and Chicago, IL and many enjoyable all school reunions at the old gym in Wadesville. I was looking forward to flying to E-ville in 2013, having Margaret pick me up at airport and maybe staying with her 2-3 nights, before I headed back to Duluth, but it was not meant to me. I have been to many Celebrations of Life this past year, and regret that I will not be able to attend Margaret's, but I will be there in spirit. "That which we lose we mourn, but must rejoice that we have ever had." C.J.Wells.

Love, joy, peace - Margaret "Emma" Krietenstein Paulson

December 24, 2012

Hubert, Jane, Dana, and Rob,
We were so sad to hear of Margaret's passing. She was a wonderful person full of love and compassion. Our condolences. Debbie and Pete.