Agnes Ann Clark
August 3, 1935 - June 22, 2021
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St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church
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New Berlin, WI 53151
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12700 West Howard Avenue
New Berlin, WI 53151
Saturday 7/3, 11:30 am

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“My greatest joy in life was my husband, my children, and my dearest friends.”   Entered into Eternal Life on Tuesday, June 22, 2021. Agnes was born 85 years ago in her parents’ home on the corner of Cleveland Avenue and 92nd Street in what was the Township of Greenfield. She is preceded in death…

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Sharon McDaniel left a message on July 3, 2021:
Agnes -- You are a dear, dear friend. I will keep a part of you in heart. May your memory be eternal. I love you.
Sharon and Brien McDaniel left a message on July 3, 2021:
What a beautiful tribute to our dear friend Agnes. She was a wonderful woman of grace and kindness---she made you feel comfortable just by being near her. Agnes will be greatly missed, but she will continue to remain in our hearts and in the memories of the times we spent together. May her memory be eternal.
Jerry and Sylvia Coburn left a message on July 2, 2021:
Wayne, Agnes was the light of your entire life (not long enough) and the keystone of your wonderful family. God bless you all, and may you rest in God's glory, dearest Agnes. With our deepest sympathy and prayers for the family's healing in this time of devastating loss. With love, Sylvia and Jerry
Dick & Judy Plant left a message on July 1, 2021:
We knew Agnes from MQH Church.....I was sorry to hear she has passed on...I know for sure when she reached Heaven....Our Lord welcomed her with open arms. Agnes was a beautiful lady inside and out. She was always the best. We send our prayerful wishes to Wayne.....May Our Lord bless you Wayne and help you with the loss of a beautiful lady. We will keep you in prayer. A very big hug.....Judy & Dick Plant
Rusty and Becky Clark left a message on June 29, 2021:
Tribute to Agnes – A Perspective from Rusty and Becky Clark Agnes was a remarkable wife, mother, relative, caregiver, listener, comforter, and guide. Agnes, in combination with Wayne, created a Clark/Schley family that has reach far across the land. Although Agnes and Wayne had family made up of “mine”, “yours”, and “ours”, they make them all feel a true sense of “ours”. Agnes set clear expectations for kindness, caring, respect, and decency that she modeled for her children and others -- and possessed an “unconditional love” that she shared with her family and dearest friends. It was Agnes’ 80th Birthday celebration that brought Wayne’s brothers, sister, and our spouses together – and that joyous occasion was the last we were all together. Becky and I will always cherish memories and stories of shared joys, sadness, travels, fun, laughter, and thoughtful occasions with Agnes and Wayne. We look forward to being with Wayne and all of the family and friends who will gather in-person or in-spirit to celebrate Agnes’ life. Love and peace, Rusty and Becky
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Kathy Clark left a message on June 28, 2021:
This is the most beautiful obituary I've ever read - for a most beautiful woman. And your words captured her perfectly. She was so giving, and her love was unconditional. She accepted me as her daughter the first time I met her and kept me as one even after I wasn't married to her son. I have such wonderful memories in Wisconsin (as we travelled all over the state) and in South Carolina. She was as much at home at the Windjammer on IOP as she was at a 5 star restaurant. I so appreciated the interest she took in my career and my interests. I remember how excited I was when y'all showed up at my school one day to see my classroom. Not only did she accept me as family, she did my own family as well. My momma was so happy to serve her a slice of pecan pie (her favorite) at Thanksgiving and to make her one to take home to Wisconsin. And my daddy loved her so. I know the three of them will continue to watch over me. I am so fortunate to have known, loved, and learned from Agnes Clark. And I am so proud to have been able to call her Mom.
Jeff and Linda Eckrich left a message on June 27, 2021:
We shared many great times in Hawaii with you and Wayne. Agnes, you are now traveling with Our Lord. Until we meet again, you will be in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Jeff & Linda Eckrich
Jennifer Moeller left a message on June 27, 2021:
What a beautiful tribute to a wonderful woman. May all of her family and friends find joy in the memories of time spent with Agnes. Hugs to all.
Tom & Toni Bohmann left a message on June 27, 2021:
As I think back on the life of my sister Agnes it first strikes me that she will always be remembered as Aggie or Ag. There are then 3 distinct phases of our life together. In my late high school era, we spent wonderful weekends at our parents lake cottage. You could always count on Ag to bring her signature baked beans and her devils food sheet cake. No lake visit was complete without them. During my early married life, there was the traveling silverware era. It started at an anniversary dinner at Red Circle Inn when I slipped a set of silverware into Ag's purse. After that there were years passing them back and forth. The most memorable is finding them baked in a birthday sheet cake when I was at work out of state, inside a bag of frozen vegetables, under a mattress, unearthed in her patio bedding garden & on a Christmas tree hanging as ornaments. I'm sure Wayne was an accomplice in some of these events. Toni claims to be totally innocent. In the final years/days of her life, it was watching her light up when she'd receive Patterson's caramel apples, or receiving a loaf of our mother's recipe raisin bread that Toni baked for her. The thing I'll miss the most is our telephone conversations that brought us both up to date with what was going on in our families. Now she's with 1/2 our family in heaven and I'm sure they are all talking about us. Till we meet again Ag. Love, Tom & Toni
Lisa Smith left a message on June 26, 2021:
Mary-I am so saddened by the passing of your mom. I am glad you had some good conversations and were able to spend time with her. Hold tight to the good memories that you have. Love You, Lisa
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