Mary Martha Clark Mary Martha Clark passed away Sunday, October 16, 2016, at Seven Hills in Tallahassee; she was 97. Born on August 2, 1919, in Providence, R.I., to Robert and Mabel Davis, she was the youngest of four children. They relocated to Detroit, Michigan, where she met and married William Herbert Clark and had three children. She was a devoted homemaker, wife and mother and briefly worked for the Detroit School Board before retiring to Tallahassee with her husband. They lived quite contentedly in Rose Hollow and made many friends with their great neighbors (she loved being one of the "Four Roses"). Mary was a past member of the Newcomers Club, Friends, Trinity United Methodist Church, and served as a pink lady at TMH for many years. In her later years, she was a resident of Allegro and Brookdale, before spending her final months at Seven Hills. She received wonderful care at all of these facilities, for which her family is extremely grateful. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bill, and son, Richard, and is survived by her other son, William Clark, Jr. (Kathleen) of Northville, MI; daughter, Patricia Powell of Tallahassee; granddaughter, Jennifer Bugar (Robert) of Plymouth, MI; grandson, Jason Clark (Kamilla) of Wayne, MI; grandson, Michael Clark of Northville, MI; granddaughter, Meghan Clark of South Lyon, MI, and seven great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held on Monday, October 24 at 2:00 p.m. at Culley's MeadowWood, 700 Timberlane Rd., Tallahassee. Mary always had a smile on her face, never met a stranger and - above all - loved to laugh. That shooting star you may have seen last Sunday morning was her on the way to her loved ones who await, where she is undoubtedly laughing the loudest right now!
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