CLARK, Nancy Mae – At her residence on Monday, April 14, 2014. Survived by husband Neil of Peterborough, daughter Lianne (Kyle) of Kelowna, B.C, son Chris (Leone) of Peterborough, predeceased by Victoria and Michael infant twins. Parents Verna and the late James Lindsay of Nanticoke, brother Leonard (predeceased), sisters Susan (Lyle) of Selkirk, Sandra of Nanticoke, Helen (Dwight) of Port Dover and many nieces and nephews. After a brief illness and stay at the PRHC, Palliative Care Unit, Nancy went home to pass with pain management and in the comfort of home and surrounded by family and friends, loved ones and working companions. Nancy enjoyed that precious time. Nancy was a legal assistant from 1965 – 2012, over 40 years, with Harrison and Elwood in London, Standish and Burgess, John Corkery Q.C., Peterborough and Lillico, Bazuk, Kent, Galloway when she retired in 2012. Many thanks to the P.R.H.C. staff, V.O.N. and Home Care for tending to Nancy’s needs and concerns. Elizabeth Manley for corresponding and visiting Nancy. These kind and thoughtful gestures were truly golden to her. Marg who helped Nancy and continues to do so with all the details that are required to be completed. Patsy who raised the bar. And again the family much appreciated all your kindness and thoughtfulness. Nancy even challenged by this illness continued to put others ahead of herself, asking about her mom and kids. Always concerned about the welfare of others, always the first to help. Cremation has taken place and, as Nancy wished, ceremonies of life will take place in both Peterborough and Nanticoke at a later date. Interment to be at the family plot in London.   If desired, condolences to the family or donations to the Canadian Cancer Society may be made at or by calling the Community Alternative Funeral Home at 705-742-1875.

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