Margretta M. Clark
February 25, 1927 – November 29, 2019
Margretta M. Clark, age 92, of Waynesburg, went to be with her lord Friday, November 29, 2019 at Washington Hospital.
She was born February 25, 1927 in Waynesburg, a daughter of the late Thomas and Dessie Jeffries.
Margretta was a graduate of Waynesburg High School and the Uniontown School of Nursing.
She worked at Greene County Memorial Hospital for many years as a registered nurse. She later transferred to the hospital pharmacy where she worked until her retirement. She later graduated from Penn Commercial, where she trained as a hair stylist.
She was married to Frederick L. Clark, who passed away on June 7, 2003.
Margretta was a devoted Christian and loved her Lord. She was an active member of the Rolling Meadows Church of God in Waynesburg, where she had served as church clerk and president of the ladies group. She also served as a Sunday school teacher.
She will be remembered for her devotion devoted to her family; and for her strong faith in God. She spent many hours reading her Bible and listening to gospel music. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her. Surviving are a daughter, Sherry Abbott of Waynesburg, who was Margretta’s care giver for the past six years; ; 2 brothers, Paul (Zelda) Jeffries of Jefferson, and Ralph (Diane) Jeffries of Jefferson; and several nieces and nephews. Deceased are 4 brothers, Allen, Harlon, Harold and David Jeffries; and two sisters, Evelyn Fagg , and E. Jean Jeffries.
- Frederick L. Clark, Husband (deceased)
- Thomas Jeffries, Father (deceased)
- Dessie Mariner Jeffries, Mother (deceased)
- Sherry Abbott, Daughter
- Evelyn Fagg, Sister (deceased)
- Harold Jeffries, Brother (deceased)
- Paul Jeffries (Zelda), Brother
- Ralph Jeffries (Diane), Brother
- Allen Jeffries, Brother (deceased)
- Harlon Jeffries, Brother (deceased)
- David Jeffries, Brother (deceased)
- E. Jean Jeffries, Sister (deceased)
- Also surviving are several nieces and nephews.
- Memorial Service Sunday, December 8, 2019
Margretta M. Clark
December 7, 2019
My deepest sympathies for your loss. Your Mom was a strong soldier for the Lord. I remember her as a faithful and committed believer. She now rests in the arms of our Savior.
Our prayers for you and her family.
Sandy & Ray
December 1, 2019
I believe this is the same Margretta Clark I knew from years ago. We met as fellow students at Martino Beauty Academy in 1980. Margretta wasn't your typical beauty school student, being older than everyone and wiser, with teased up, roller set hair. In spite of our differences we became fast friends and I admired her greatly. To this day, every time I wash a glass, I recall the story of her daughter getting badly cut while washing a glass and I'm sure to be super careful and credit Margretta for sharing her words of wisdom, I'm sure she'll be missed.