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CLARK, Winnetta Susan

January 1, 1970 — January 1, 1970

With great sorrow we announce the passing into the arm of Jesus, of our beloved Susan on March 11, 2014. She was surrounded by loving family with the arms of her son and daughter around her. She will be greatly missed by her daughter Sharalynn Clark, son David (Emily) Clark, sister Margaret (Don) McLellan, mother Trudy Miller, grandchildren Alina, Matthew and Colin, nephew Trevor (Erin) McLellan, niece Gina (Lukas) Morel and many dear friends and her much loved cats. She was predeceased by her husband George, her dad John Black and her other many cats and dogs. Susan lived courageously with cancer for 10 years and conducted her life with grace, dignity and beauty.

Susan will forever be in our hearts and will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her! In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to SPCA, 3785 Casorso Road, Kelowna, BC V1W 4M7 or the Christian and Missionary Alliance Global Advance Fund, 30 Carrier Dr. Suite, 100, Toronto, Ontario M9W 5T7 info@cmacan.org

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 5, 2014 at 1:00 pm at the Mission Creek Alliance Church, 2091 Springfield Road, Kelowna, BC. For those wishing to send a condolence, photos or share memories, may do so by scrolling down this page to the area called “Share Your Condolences.”

Saturday, April 5, 2014 at 1:00 pm

Mission Creek Alliance Church

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The service for CLARK, Winnetta Susan is scheduled for Saturday, April 5, 2014 at 1:00 pm. Below you will find the map for the service location and the contact information should you have any questions.

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Mission Creek Alliance Church

2091 Springfield Road Kelowna, BC


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  • Jodey Castricano says:

    Susan, you have always been gracious, generous, kind and loving. I remain profoundly grateful for your friendship, your unflagging courage and good humour and your insistence on always taking the high road in all matters. I will miss you beyond words.
    To Susan’s family, I am so sorry for your loss but hope you can find comfort in knowing how much Sue was loved by so many of us.

  • Barbara Rhodes says:

    To all of Susan’s loved ones I share your grief and sorrow. She and I had some really great, special times together. I agree with Jodey she was as gracious and sweet as anyone could be, I’ll never forget her. May the spirit of Heavenly Father be with you all at this difficult time giving you peace and strength. Know she is in a better place of infinite happiness. Love to All Barbara Rhodes

  • Randy Switzer says:

    Dave & Emily & Children
    Please, accept our condolence on the passing of your Mother.

    Randy & Nellie

  • Claudia Muir says:

    Please know that I have been thinking of both of you as you go through this difficult time. That is a beautiful picture of your mom. Really the way she was, and expression I remember seeing many times. I have a picture in my mind of George being there to greet her as she passed over. He was surrounded by cats and had a glass of wine in his hand for her and I am sure that was the look she gave him!!

  • Jean and Jack Dangerfield says:

    To Susan’s family, we send our sincerest condolences. We met Susan and George when they first moved to Swick Road and became our neighbours. Sadly, George passed away the following year. We know that Susan put up a very courageous fight against cancer over the past 10 years. What a lovely lady Susan was. In spite of her illness, she was always cheerful and sweet, and we will always remember her lovely smile. To all the family, our sincerest sympathy.

  • Peter Newton. says:

    Susan was a lovely human being, she loved her cats, we will miss her cheerful smile at the cat hotel, our thoughts are with her family. Rest in peace, Pat&Peter Newton.

  • Carol Ward says:

    Dear Sharalynn, David and family,
    So very sorry for your loss.
    I remember the day George bought your Mom her engagement ring, the beginning of their life together and our friendship. Loved her so. God Bless,
    Carol Ward

  • Marlene (Harding) Merritt says:

    So sorry to hear of Winnetta’s passing. I grew up with Winnetta’s and spent many days playing with her and spending our Sundays together. She was always happy and fun to be with. I have thought of her many times.

  • Shirley (Harding) McCullough says:

    So sorry to hear of Winnetta’s passing. Being part of her family through relationships while growing up as Margaret’s best friend brings back so many memories. I treasure the time we had dinner with her at Margaret & Don’s home a few years ago. My condolences to her children, Margaret, Don & family, and last, but not least, my second mom while growing up, Mrs. Gerty Black. Love to all.

  • Pauline Blais says:

    To Margaret, Susan’s loving sister and to all of Susan’s family…..
    I am deeply sorry for your loss…our loss. Susan was a caring, warm, generous and fun loving person who always rose above the symptoms of her cancer. Her intelligence, spunk, thoughtfulness and generosity of spirit will be greatly missed. You have published a wonderful photo of Susan….one that captures the brightness of a life well lived. Thank you for that.
    Pauline Blais

  • Shelley Jankola says:

    Sharalynn, David, and families, I am so sorry for your loss and hope you will remember her always as she is pictured here. What a beautiful lady she was, inside and out. I will always remember her class, her laugh, (Sharalynn, you kind of laugh like her) her love of animals and her quiet strength. Her qualities will live on in her children and grandchildren too, I’m sure. Sending love and hugs to all.

  • Suzanne Colyer says:

    I have many fond memories of Susan. We had some wonderful times together, from trips to Europe, all over the USA and her home country Canada. Our love of fine wines and art made for many joyous adventures. Even though we lost touch with each other throught the years, I thought of her often. I was saddened to hear of her passing. She was a beautiful priceless gem, and I am so happy to have been a small part of her life. Some people leave their mark on the world by the way they live and the difference they make in the lives they touch. Susan certainly did that.
    To the family. Please accept my deepest sympathy and heartfelt thoughts.
    God bless, Suzanne Colyer

  • Ken Govan-Colyer says:

    Very sad to here of this. Susan was so wonderful and nice to me on our visits to B.C. and on the many times our families got together when I was younger . I will I always remember the Worlds Fair in Vancouver as one my favorite times in Canada ever. Peace be with you always. Ken Govan-Colyer.

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