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Marion S. (Pierce) (Clark) Smith

Born: Wed., Sep. 14, 1921
Died: Fri., Apr. 10, 2020


Funeral Service


Visitation

12:00 AM to 12:00 AM, Sat., Feb. 01, 2020
Location: Omitted


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Marion S. Pierce Clark Smith passed away April 10, 2020 at Nemasket Health Care in Middleboro. 

Marion was born in Attleboro, MA on September 14, 1921. She was the oldest child and daughter of the late Leon B. Pierce and Dorothy R. Baker Pierce.

Marion worked at Winthrop Atkins in Middleboro for over 40 years as a proofreader. She was a past Matron of the Hannah Shaw Chapter No. 147 Order of Eastern Star in 1961. She was also an active member of the Middleboro Historical Society for many years and loved researching genealogy with her late husband Albert Smith. 

Marion was predeceased by her brother’s Richard Pierce, Robert Pierce, and Lloyd Pierce who are survived by their respective families. Also predeceased is Marion’s first husband Robert Clark Jr., her oldest son Robert Clark III who is survived by his wife Susan Clark. Marion is also survived by William Clark and his wife Patricia, their daughter Lynn Clark and her children, Marissa and Joshua Hayes. Richard Clark, his son Richard Clark Jr., Robert S. Clark, his wife Rachel, and their 2 sons.  Carol Dechristopher, her husband Tony, and their 2 sons,Carol Nickerson, her husband John, and their children, Robert Smith, his wife Kris, and their children,, She is also survived by many other nieces, nephews, cousins, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Council On Aging 558 Plymouth St. Middleboro, MA 02346 or in light of the recent pandemic any charity of your choice.

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Lynn Clark
   Posted Sat April 11, 2020
Gram,
We shared an unbreakable bond. The world lost an amazing link to history. You were the sweetest person and your memory was second to none. You always so the good in everyone. Despite your challenges and devestations in life, you perservered and turned them into learning moments and strength. I know that you are at peace now and enjoying catching up with your family members who passed before you. I know that you lived a long fulfilling life but I will forever have a hole in my heart that only you can fill. I will miss our talks and visits. I will miss the Nemasket Resident Christmas party. I will miss everything about you. Even being called "Lynnie." Thank you for being the best grandmother and "GG" we could have ever asked for. I am blessed to have been able to call you Gram. I love you more than I could ever convey. You are my hero!

Matt Geoghegan
   Posted Mon April 13, 2020
Lynn,

Looks like your Grandmother had a great life, so sorry for your loss. My sincerest condolences.

Matt



Kimberly Rodrigues
   Posted Mon April 13, 2020
Kam and Ariel - I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Kam's grandmother. my heart aches for you and your families. My thoughts and prayers go out to you all.

Donna Hubert
   Posted Wed April 15, 2020
Lynn and Family , you have my deepest sympathy! I am tremendously saddened for your loss. The memory of your Gram will give you comfort, and her legacy live through you all! Heaven has gained the most beautiful Angel who will forever watch over you!

I Love you my friend ❤️, Donna

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