Anderson Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

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Sally Anne Clark

January 9, 1942September 2, 2019

Passed away on September 2, 2019 at the age of 77. Predeceased by her husband Robert (1989). Dear mother of Daniel, Dean, and Lee-Anne. Grandmother of Billy, Karli, Jake, Mitchel, Dylan and Tecoa. A private service and cremation has taken place. Arrangements entrusted to Anderson Funeral Home & Cremation Centre 519-254-3223. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.andersonfuneralhomewindsor.com


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Sally Anne Clark

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September 12, 2019

As Her HEART - The Door was ALWAYS OPEN . We grew up together through the joys and the growing pains.
When "BLUE EYES" turn grey through a Loss like this Know MY HEART & PRAYERS are with YOU & YOURS ALWAYS!

Basia Lojewski

September 10, 2019

My dear Sally, I absolutely LOVED working with you when I started out as an intern and we worked together at Marcotte’s on Wyandotte St. so many years ago. We had a blast and laughed so much. Peter and I were so grateful that you made the trek to Welland, Ontario for our wedding! You will be missed. Thoughts, prayers and love sent to your family from both Peter and I. Eternal Rest Sally.

Johanne (Mousseau) Edwards

September 9, 2019

Sally was the sweetest, kindest person! I feel terribly sad about her death. She was my "hero" when I was a child - she always made time for her little cousin and taught me all kinds of things. I remember the patience she had when she helped me understand a crochet kit I got for Christmas one year. I still can hear that infectious laugh of hers. She was so giving to all of us, especially after our big car accident in 1960 when she spent the summer looking after us kids (6 of us) while Mom stayed in the hospital with serious injuries. Life has been difficult for Sally but she will be remembered for her kindness, her understanding and her gentleness. May she rest in peace. She will remain in our memories!

Noreen Merrett

September 8, 2019

My condolences to all. Sally’s Mom and my Dad, George Mousseau were brother and sister. We shared many good times together in Iroquois Falls when we were younger. So sorry. Noreen Merrett

Carol Robinson

September 7, 2019

Danny & Dean, I don't know if your mother ever told you about us. Your family(Mother, Dad, Danny Dean along with us(Carol, Bill & Sandy Robinson ) all lived in our own apartments in Cranleigh Court Appartments in the late 1960's. We all became very good friends and you three kids played together daily. We moved in 1968, but we still kept in touch with your family. Your dad helped us move a few times and we helped them when they moved to the condo. Good memories. Hope you boys are fine(I never met you sister).
My deepest sympathy. Your mother was a great gal. A real trouper.
Carol & Bill Robinson

Sherri Tovell

September 5, 2019

Sally, you taught me complete selflessness. We laughed, boy did we laugh! Working together at Marcottes on Wyandotte we shared stories and when I came from Guelph you were
Like a mom to me! For this I will be forever grateful. Then life moved on and we lost track of each other. My girl, you are gone but NEVER forgotten and trust me, always have been and will be loved - Sherri xoxo

Lynn and Mal Long

September 5, 2019

Sally was an amazing woman, she always saw the best in people. She loved her kids and grandkids to the moon and back. She was a joy to work with and taught me (Lynn) alot. She will be missed.

Kelly Hopkins

September 5, 2019

Sally was a wonderful woman. She loved her grandchildren especially her little Tecoa who was her pride and joy
you will be missed sally