Date of death:
Wednesday January 31, 2018

The Recorder & Times, Brockville, ON

Meyer-Clark, Aileen Anderson passed on January 31, 2018 at Heron Point of Chestertown, Maryland, just 2 days before her 92nd birthday. Born on February 2, 1926 in Brockville, Ontario, Canada, Aileen and her family were descendants of United Empire Loyalists. Aileen was predeceased by her parents James Percy Anderson and Edna Grace Wood, and her brother Gerald Rae Anderson. She was also predeceased by her husband of 22 years, Jack Griffith, who died December 21, 1979, and her 2nd husband Donald Meyer. She is survived by her dear husband Ben Clark, and her daughters Judy Griffith and Barbara Griffith Hopkins (David), step children Carol Clark, Susan Clark, Alan (Stacy) Clark, her grandchildren Kim (Sam) Scaife, Scott (Khush) Hopkins, Dr. Laura Hopkins, Lauren, Sophie, Madison and Zachary Clark, and her great grandchildren Claire Scaife and Charlie Hopkins. She is also survived by her nieces Cheryl Anderson and Ann Marie Miller and their families. She was loved and protected by her special friend Snowball. Aileen (Andy) trained as a registered nurse in Brockville, Ontario and moved to Syracuse, NY with some of her nursing buddies in the early 1950s, where she married Jack and raised their two daughters. She and Jack worked very hard as managers for Fashion Wagon Clothing Company for over 10 years, winning many trips and awards for high sales. Aileen also worked as a nurse for Hutchings Psychiatric Center in Syracuse for many years before retiring, marrying Ben and moving to the Crumpton area, and most recently, Chestertown, Maryland. Aileen learned to knit at age 6 and loved to knit baby sweaters, booties, and mittens for her grandchildren. She liked playing scrabble, loved black licorice, and enjoyed traveling. She loved her family and friends. A celebration of life will be held at Wesley Hall in Heron Point of Chestertown, Maryland, on February 3, 2018. Burial will be private. The family would like to thank the nurses and staff of Heron Point and WillowBrooke Court for their care and kindness during Aileen's journey. They truly went above and beyond, and we are grateful. Please hug your family, enjoy a sunset, or make someone smile in Aileen's memory. The Recorder & Times, Brockville, ON, 2018-02-20

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