TO THE FAMILY OF
Eva Berg Clark
cindy , and the clark family , went to NH with both of you , and so sorry of the loss of your sister and mom . Ihope all of you can remember the ole fun days if the past , and I am sure a smile will come on your faces again . may she rest in peace . joe varieur- joe varieur
Dear Tom, Amy & Family,
I am sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. I know how much she meant to you. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers, may your mom R.I.P. ????
Tom, Amy, Rob and Kalee and children,
Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of your mom. My mom (I believe they met doing needlework together) first introduced me to Eva at the St Jude novena that she coordinated. We were grateful that she kept the novena going! She was always very welcoming and kind. She had a very elegant and sincere presence about her ... I know she will be sadly missed. We will keep all of you in our prayers. Cherish your beautiful memories ????
My deepest sympathy to the Clark Family she was a great lady. I had the pleasure of helping Mrs. Clark with an accident she had on Rt. 12B in Kirkland in the past when she was still driving. I was working as the Police Chief for Kirkland PD and received a call she had been in an accident. She was a very proud and determined woman who let me know who was in charge. I always enjoyed talking with her and listening to her stories of her family when we were waiting for the tow truck. She made sure I called her son Tom to come and help her out. He was always there for her like all good loving sons do. She was staying with her sister Cindy on Mullberry Street and we would get calls to stop and assist with various things. Cindy Lapolla was very dedicated to her sister and you could see there was genuine love there between the sisters. Nina Wallace her niece was always very close loving, caring to her Aunt, and at any time of the day or night to come for help. I have enjoyed as the past Police Chief for Kirkland and friend helping this very close and loving family in any way I could. May Eva Clark find peace in the loving arms of her family that have passed on before her and my our lord welcome her into heaven with his loving arms. May she rest in peace with our thoughts and prayers.
The Kirkland and Clinton communities are a better place having her as a resident and continued support of the Clark Family.
Dear Tommy and Robert,
I’m so sorry about your Mom. She was a special lady. I have fond memories of her from my youth; memories of her infectious laugh and her smile with a glint of mischief in her eye, hockey tournaments, Big Moose and Christmas Eve.
My Christmas ornaments include classics from your family still in the original box with her handwriting. Those always take me back to those happy celebrations and shared times.
Thinking of you all. With sympathy and love,
Tom and Robert,,, So sorry to hear of the passing of your Mom. So many memories of her as we were growing up, especially mornings before school when I would let myself in to your house, and our family’s Christmas Eve parties through the years. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.- Chris Barber
Tommy & Robert Clark sorry to hear
about your mother.
Eva and I went to New Hartford together; we both could lead in running the 50 yard dash. Wearing our red gym suits stays in my mind. She was a bubbly, happy girl. One of the people who stands out in my memory even though I hadn't seen her in years since graduation. I remember she planted a fantastically beautiful garden on Jordan Road for all who passed to enjoy. When I met her grandson, Tom, I loved seeing how bright, positive and happy a person he is. We joked about who beat who in those races via Tom. Cindy, I know will miss her sister for life. Love never dies and having lost two children, I know when one isn't grieving as hard, "signs" will appear that you will recognize. Believe and enjoy them. Know that grief comes in waves and become part of your life. It shows the depth of your love and connection; I know you will cherish the memories - it helps to write them in a journal as you recall them. Love, Louise (Wrate) White.- Louise White