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Marion Clark

March 2, 1955 ~ January 23, 2022 (age 66)

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It is with great sorrow we announce the passing of Mrs. Marion Clark, 66, of Summerville, SC who entered into eternal rest on Sunday, January 23, 2022 at Summerville Medical Center at 6:05 PM.  Marion left this world surrounded by her family. She leaves to cherish her loving memories her loving and devoted husband Ronald Clark; her loving children; J Shawn (Angela) Wyckoff, Shannon (John) Schultz, step-children; Byron Clark and Meredith Clark.; Brother, Gregory (Kathleen) CreighanHer grandchildren who meant the world to her; Austin Wyckoff, Skye Wyckoff, John Schultz, Tristan Schultz and step grand-daughter McKinley Clark. Please keep the Clark Family in your prayers.

Mrs. Marion Clark was a retired executive secretary (paralegal) for an attorney's office.



Her life stretched over many phases and places. From her childhood in Sharpsburg with McCloskey cousins, piano lessons with her grandma (which led to her being a lifelong, skilled pianist) to Divine Providence Academy. From there she married Keith, the father of her children, while working as a secretary until her José came into their lives. Two years later, Youngest Lady joined the house in Springdale. As life goes, Mom would go on to a temporary divorced life until she married Motey in 2002. Byron and Meredith joined her life. In 2004, they became NeeNee and Pahbah, named by the first of five grandchildren (Punkin, Bella, Jingle, Jangle, and McKinley.)

During this time she celebrated the marriages of both of her children to a daughter in law (Ang) and son in law (Double F) she would love as her own. Marion spent over 15 years living in South Florida, working as a paralegal, and building many more relationships. In 2018, they moved to Summerville, SC to retire. She enjoyed spending time in her Yoga Room where she would create thoughtful, personalized crafts for everyone she loved. Aside from her time with Motes, she enjoyed many family gatherings with everyone mentioned in this message. The nicknames are what she called us and are part of how we will remember her loving spirit and humor. Not mentioned due to space are all the other in-laws, cousins, friends, and associates who have known and loved this amazing woman.


Interment: Private


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