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Clare Clark

Wallingford, Connecticut

1934 - 2018 (Age 84)


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Wallingford Funeral Home Obituary

Clare (Lynch) Clark, 84, of Ashlar Village in Wallingford, died Friday, Sept. 7, 2018 at home. She was the loving wife of the late Francis Clark.

She was born in New Haven, August 13, 1934, a daughter of the late Harry and Ellen (Sweeney) Lynch.  She graduated from Thomaston High School...

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beth and meghan,
so very sorry about clare's passing.
we were neighbors for many years. our sympathy to all.
delma and john carretta

A true loss of a very lovely, kind, generous and fun loving woman. My prayers to Beth and all of the family.

Love, The Farrells. Mom (Sally) Jack, Patty and Nancy

Meghan and Beth,

Sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom. Wishing you peace and comfort.
With Sympathy,

The Weir Family

Sincere condolences from the Regan family...May s
Clare rest in the space in heaven reserved for MCGA. I will remember her kindness and humor the most.

We were classmates from First Grade through Thomaston High School, Class of 1952. I have many pleasant memories of Clare and her parents and sisters. I'm very sorry for your loss and will pray for her and for all of you that you may have peace. Luke (Vin) Lauretano.

Beth and Meghan, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. I remember her fondly from our neighborhood. She was a sweet person.
With deepest sympathies,

Beth I am profoundly saddened at the news of your mothers passing. the two of you are special friends to me, The Grove will seem a little emptier to me now that I can no longer get a hug and a kiss from your mom. I always enjoy sitting outside your cottage talking with the two of you. I've talked with Lynn and we both hope you will please accept our heart felt condolences to you and Meghan.

Beth and Meghan - (This is Nina (Nancy) typing for my mom) Please accept my condolences. Clare was a dear friend of mine for 60 yrs. We all had such a great neighborhood, there aren't neighborhoods like ours anymore... and your parents were good people who were dear to our hearts. I will miss her very much and am sorry for your loss. Wishing you peaceful memories.

Beth and Meghan,
Your mom was a dear friend and neighbor. We had great memories of fun times together. Never forget mom's ride on the Harley motorcycle and many conversations about our grandchildren.

Deepest Sympathy

Barbara and Phil Hax