Let the memory of Margaret be with us forever.
  • 67 years old
  • Born on June 6, 1951 in North Haven, Connecticut, United States.
  • Passed away on April 12, 2019 in North Haven, Connecticut, United States.

Margaret (Holcomb) Clark, 67, of North Haven passed away peacefully April 12, 2019 at her home surrounded by her husband, Albert, and her 3 children. Margaret (Peg) was born in New Haven on June 6, 1951, the daughter of the late Ernest Holcomb and Alicia (O’Connell) Holcomb.

She enjoyed traveling all over and especially camping with her family. She was definitely a dyed in the wool Red Sox fan and had many close friends, not the least of which were Richard and Ellen Grabowiecki of Wallingford who supported her to the end. Peg fought a hard battle for many years against several serious medical conditions but never lost her sense of humor or joy at having friends and family come visit. She was previously employed by Insurance Programmers of Wallingford, On Broadway in North Haven and the owner of Pegs Country Kitchen in North Haven.

Besides her husband Albert Clark of North Haven, she leaves behind her son Jeffery Clark (Jenny) of Cheshire, daughters Jennifer Clark (Glenn) of North Haven and Jamie Ljunggren (Rob) of Cheshire, brother Robert Holcomb of Bellows Falls, VT, and sister Linda DeAntonio (Holcomb) of North Haven. She also leaves 11 grandchildren who she loved dearly: Taylor, Erica, Kyle, Jaccob, Breanna, Hannah, Connor, Kaylee, Katrina, Evan, and Viktoria.

She was predeceased by brothers Ernest Holcomb, Edward Holcomb, James Holcomb and sister Jean Brown.

She is going to be missed by her many friends and family. A celebration of her life is going to be held at Wallingford Rod and Gun Club from 6pm to 9pm on April 24th. The address for the Wallingford Rod and Gun Club is 411 N Branford Rd, Wallingford, CT.

Burial will be private and at the convenience of her family.

Posted by Albert Clark on April 23, 2019
They said time would ease the pain. Every day I still feel the same. I wake every morning reaching for you, My pillow soaked with my tears like the morning dew. We were so sure this was something we could beat, Knowing it would be no small feat. The ribbons of pink now mean much more, Just never thought this would come knocking on our door. We fought for more time together, Thinking every day you were getting better. Every day, rain or shine, seemed to be lined with gold. We still talked of our future plans of growing old. We heard of so many that had survived this. I still remember our last kiss. We thought we could win for sure. Now for others I can only hope for a cure.
Posted by Christina Ferraiolo on April 20, 2019
Jen, Erica, Hannah, and the entire Clark family: Sending lots of love and prayers your way. Peg definitely made her mark in this world. Not many people know the impact she made on my life way back when, and for that I will forever be grateful because honestly if it weren't for what she did for me, I'm not sure where I'd be today. While it's sad to not have her here anymore, it's comforting knowing that there's no more suffering for her. There will never be another Peg...❤
Posted by Kathy Connor on April 18, 2019
Dear Al, Jaime, Jennifer, Jeffrey and family, May you find peace in knowing that Peg will live on in your hearts always. Sending our deepest sympathies, prayers, and love, Kathy and Joe

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