Dorothy Dolly E. Clark's Condolences

David, Janice, Lindsey, Lori, Todd and families, I extend my most heartfelt condolences to you. I am remembering Aunt Doll with great fondness. Although our visits were infrequent due to distance, it was always a pleasure for me to be in her company to experience her loving warmth, keen intelligence and subtle wit. I think specifically of such incidents as: a hug when I, in my young child''s innocence, watered her artificial flowers wonderful conversations we had about teaching language arts and her "Holy Mackerel!" comment when David caught a mackerel on a Sunday afternoon on the Bay of Islands. From my earliest memory Aunt Doll was always well dressed and polished right down to her toes. She had a sweetness and a gentleness of nature that was very reminiscent of Nanny Butler. Aunt Doll was a dear soul who enriched our lives and will be missed by all who loved her.
— Heather Butler

Hi David and family, Our condolences. Aunt Doll always lit up a room and I remember her as smiling a lot. She also spent time to make sure she was well turned out. Although I know she faced some sadness, she was a perfect example of a life well lived. God Bless. regards, your cousin Brenda (Butler) and family.
— Brenda Watt