Beryl J. Clark

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Presque Isle - Beryl J. Clark, 91, passed away on Sunday, June 2, 2019 in Presque Isle. She was born in Washburn on October 2, 1927, the daughter of John V. and Blanche (Doherty) Churchill.
Beryl graduated from High School in 1946, and then went to work as a telephone operator. She was married that Fall to Gerald W. Clark and was employed for a time by Sears before moving to Mars Hill on a farm in 1948. She became a member of the Full Gospel Assembly, and worked taking care of children for school teachers, then worked at the University of Maine at Presque Isle in food services.
In 1978, they moved to Washburn and became a member of the Washburn Pentecostal Church, and was employed by Potato Service until she retired in 1987. When she moved to Presque Isle in 1997, the Presque Isle Wesleyan Church became her home church. She became a mall walker where she met many old and new friends.
Beryl is survived by her son, Alan and Nancy Clark, her grandchildren, Wayne and Jeri Clark, Sharman and Andy Helstrom, Bryan Clark, Brittany Clark, Brooke Clark, Robyn Holdsworth, Ronda Johnston, Randy Libby, and sixteen great grandchildren. She will also be missed by her sisters, Juanita Edwards, Evelyn Day, Lona Clark, Linda Sowers, and her brothers Robert and Francis.
In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband of 72 years, Gerald Clark, her son, Scott Clark, her sister, Betty Palmer and her brothers, Austin, Gerald (Jerry) and John (Jackie).
Friends and family may call on Thursday, June 6, 2019 from 1-2pm at Duncan Graves Funeral Home, 30 Church Street, Presque Isle, where a funeral service will be held at 2pm, Pastor Lawrence Beals officiating. Interment will follow services at Crouseville Cemetery. Memories and condolences may be shared at www.duncan-graves.com
Published on June 3, 2019
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