OBITUARY

Gloria Jean Clark

December 21, 1945December 18, 2020
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Gloria Jean Clark, 74, of Lyndhurst passed away on Friday, December 18, 2020 at the University of Virginia Medical Center. She was a daughter of the late Rev. Wilbert Edward, Sr. and Lillian Elizabeth (Kestner) Raines. Jean was employed by the Waynesboro DuPont Company from January 1979 until her retirement in December 2002. She was owner and operator of C & C Sensations since 1995. Jean was known as Momma Jean and ganny to all that knew her. She was a woman known for her kindness, open mind, heart and opened her home to everyone. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Susan Renee Johnson and a brother, Wilbert Edward Raines, Jr. Survivors include her husband, Nolan “Butch” Clark; daughters, Pamela Moyer Chaback, Kimberly Moyer Crook, Nicole Moyer, Anita Rossini and husband, Peter, Cathy D’Auria and husband Domenico, Chris Clark and wife Aratrika; brothers, James Raines, John Raines and wife, Andree; grandchildren, Jessica, Anissa and husband JoJo, Chelsea and husband Shawn, Brian and wife Niki, Hillary and husband Austin, Kayla, Erica, Kennedy and husband Nathanel, Luca, Conner; great-grandchildren, Jaden, Braxton, Landon, Bently, Delaney, Peyton, Remi Kay, Derrick, Amari, Aiden and Emersyn. She also leaves a special adopted grandson, Devin Brooks. Following a private family service, a public graveside service will be held at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, January 9, 2021 at Augusta Memorial Park with Rev. Peter Choa officiating. Active pallbearers will be Brian Cacciapaglia, Jaden Hall, Shawn Gibson, JoJo Soprano, Conner Moyer, Jarrett Adkins, and Nathanael Gue. Those in attendance are asked to follow the COVD-19 pandemic guidelines. Friends may pay their respects from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, January 8, 2021 at the Waynesboro Chapel of Reynolds Hamrick Funeral Homes, 618 West Main Street St. Waynesboro. Relatives and friends may share condolences and memories with the family online by visiting www.reynoldshamrickfuneralhomes.com

  • FAMILY

  • She was preceded in death by her parents, Rev. Wilbert Edward, Sr. and Lillian Elizabeth (Kestner) Raines.;a daughter, Susan Renee Johnson and a brother, Wilbert Edward Raines, Jr.


    Survivors include her husband, Nolan “Butch” Clark; daughters, Pamela Moyer Chaback, Kimberly Moyer Crook, Nicole Moyer, Anita Rossini and husband, Peter, Cathy D’Auria and husband Domenico, Chris Clark and wife Aratrika; brothers, James Raines, John Raines and wife, Andree; grandchildren, Jessica, Anissa and husband JoJo, Chelsea and husband Shawn, Brian and wife Niki, Hillary and husband Austin, Kayla, Erica, Kennedy and husband Nathanel, Luca, Conner; great-grandchildren, Jaden, Braxton, Landon, Bently, Delaney, Peyton, Remi Kay, Derrick, Amari, Aiden and Emersyn. She also leaves a special adopted grandson, Devin Brooks.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Brian Cacciapaglia, Jaden Hall, Shawn Gibson, JoJo Soprano, Conner Moyer, Jarrett Adkins, and Nathanael Gue.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, January 8, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, January 9, 2021

Memories

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Susie Henderson

January 10, 2021

I am so sorry to hear about Jean's passing. I got to know her at DuPont when I took a job that there was no-one to train me & the part of her job that was part of mine, she graciously helped me to learn it. I so enjoyed going into her office to ask her anything. She was a wonderful daughter that took care of her ill Mother and loved all her children and grandchildren. Butch, Spunky & her whole family will be in my thoughts & prayers.

JUDY COLLINS

January 9, 2021

To Nikki , Butch And family we are so sorry about Jean. I worked with her at the plant for years and she was one of the sweetest and kindest person I have ever known . SHE always shared her smile every morning coming to work and leaving the plant . SHEwas always willing to help and share in any way she could. She and BUTCH were one of the kindest couples and always showed their love for each other every day may all the good memories help you all through this difficult time blessings and prayers and to all if anything we could do please let us know Nikki I am Judy Collins Cathy Callison sister thinking of you all. always.
Love all.

Walli Van Fossen

January 8, 2021

I moved from Virginia 19 years ago and when I would go home and see her she still hugged and and loved me. One time I was out of work and she said you can clean my house and I'll pay you. It didn't need cleaning she was trying to help me but I did all I could and wiped out the refrigerator and counters, dusted and vacuumed. When I got home she called me and she said please tell me you did not throw out that bag of sauces I said yes ma'am you never know how old they are. She chuckled a little bit she said Chuck saves those. I said well they are in top of the trash still in the bag.
After that we just laughed and laughed about it. I never knew if she dug them out and put them back or left them.
I love you Jean! I can just see you laughing. I was blessed to have had you in my life. For many reasons!

Sylvia Puckett

January 8, 2021

Hello everyone. Jean was such wonderful person. She was always open to a hug and open house. Jean is walking the streets of gold. Playfully this will help her lovely family and friends find closer. Love. Mom and Grandma Syl

Jodi Burdette

January 6, 2021

Momma Jean , truly a Angel on earth! When she loved it was heart & soul. For many years we were blessed with the precious lady in our lives. I will always remember our delivery adventures ,boy we sure had some interesting ones, but loved every minute of it. Spending time at her home , enjoying the pool, Our talks and laughs over the years. Ive never known a more kind loving soul. I Love you Always Momma Jean! Thank you for loving us like your own. Our love thoughts and prayers are with all the family. Keep making her proud!! She loved you all so very much!! With our deepest sympathy, love & prayers. Jodi, Jeff & Jordan.

Donna Almarode

January 6, 2021

So sorry for your loss. I worked with Jean at DuPont for many years. She always had a smile on her face. She was so helpful whenever I called the flower shop. She was a beautiful person inside and out. She will be missed dearly. Prayers to all the family
Love,
Donna Almarode

sheila marshall

January 6, 2021

I worked with Jean at DuPont and always loved spending time with her. She was always in a good mood and it would cheer you up to be around her. Rest in peace Jean-----

Sheila

Jeff Workman

January 5, 2021

So, sorry to hear about Jean. We worked together for years at DuPont and stayed in touch with each other after her retirement through her flower shop. Sending prayers to Butch, John, Spunky, and her rest of her family. She was a special person and a good friend.

Gloria Dooms

January 5, 2021

The Tuesday night bowling and the Wayne lanes bowling is where I met Jean. She was such a very sweet lady. I will miss her smiling face at the bowling alley. Fly high sweet lady. Prayers for the family. 🙏🙏🙏🙏

Ruth Turner

January 5, 2021

I'm sending prayers to the family! I've known Jean for sometime now and she always had kind words ,she knew how to lift someone spirit.She will be missed ! May you fly high with Jesus you're in paradise now 👼 ...ok Nicki, Jessica you're gonna have to lift my spirits now when I tan !!

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