Condolences for Priscilla A. Clark

Shara Mader posted on 12/27/19

She was as lovely and smiley as could be! I appreciated the times I saw her in Florida! She always made me laugh!


Noah Parker posted on 11/1/19

She was a very strong woman, but very caring. You didn’t have to be related to her for her to be your Aunt Pipi. She taught me to respect others and myself. She wasn’t afraid to put people in their place and say what she thought, and until I read in her obituary that she was in her 80’s, I could have sworn Aunt Julie said they were both still 32. She was a grandma to me when mine was gone, a babysitter, and had motherly love for anyone, as long as you didn’t try to touch her hair. She was as stylish as an Italian queen should and I am proud to say she is dancing in the streets of gold with her beloved husband David. I will miss her meatballs and her bunny cake, but we will get to see her soon enough. I love you Aunt Pipi and I am thankful for everything you did for all of us. Sincerely, Noah


Chad posted on 11/1/19

Our deepest condolences on the passing of Aunt Pris - she was the light in every room and she will be missed. May you find solace in the end to her suffering.. With love, Chad, Shanthi, Nandi


Paul Anthony posted on 11/1/19

Although I knew her brother Sal better I certainly remember Priscilla as a sincere, loving person that had a beautiful smile and kind word for everyone....god bless!


Maria Goodchild posted on 10/31/19

Such a positive impact on every single person she met! Although I was raised by a totally different family she still was my Aunt Pricilla & I love her unconditionally and knew she felt the same towards me. She made sure of that! ❤❤❤


Randy Dean posted on 10/30/19

She held me when I was a baby. She helped guide and direct me as I grew up through my young years middle years and Senior years. I loved her with all my heart and hope to see her in heaven shortly. Her nephew Randy Dean