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Elizabeth CLARK

Elizabeth Rose “Betty” Clark (née Hasiwar), a resident of RR5, St. Thomas, ON, passed away peacefully at her home on October 23, 2023, at the age of 73, following a valiant battle with cancer. She was the beloved wife of Thomas P. “Tom” Clark for over 40 years. Betty will be lovingly remembered as the dear stepmother of Michael Clark (Beth) and Scott Clark (Suzanne), and as the step-grandmother of Benjamin Clark. She was also the dear sister of Marie Clarke (Claire) and John Hasiwar (Loretta). Betty was cherished by her nieces Cheryl, Tracey, and Lori, as well as her nephew Joseph. Additionally, she greatly adored her Wheaten Terrier, Nikki. Betty was born on July 20, 1951, in St. Thomas, and was the daughter of the late John A. and Helen (née Sebok) Hasiwar.

Throughout her life, Betty worked as an office manager at TST Overland Express in London, dedicating 42 years of service before retiring. She was a devoted member of Holy Angels’ Parish in St. Thomas and displayed a passionate love for baseball, particularly enjoyed watching the Toronto Blue Jays.

Betty’s resourcefulness and creativity were evident in the numerous projects she and Tom undertook at their country dream home. She maintained an expansive garden, utilizing the fresh produce to prepare mouthwatering dinners and desserts that delighted her family and neighbors. Betty had an inherent talent for decorating her home, filling every room with illuminated pictures, snowmen, holiday ornaments, and her own hand-made rug hooking. Her cherished decorations adorned every available surface. The compassion and time generously offered by their neighbors, Sean and Kevin, provided immeasurable support to Betty and Tom over the past several years and was sincerely appreciated by their entire family.

In accordance with Betty’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A private service commemorating Betty’s life will be held at the Sifton Funeral Home, located at 118 Wellington St., St. Thomas (519-631-1160), followed by interment at Holy Angels’ Cemetery. The family kindly requests no flowers, but welcomes memorial donations in Betty’s name to the Canadian Cancer Society. Online condolences can be expressed at http://www.siftonfuneralhome.com.

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