Gloria Bryant Clark

READFIELD – Gloria Clark, of Readfield, went to be with the Lord on April 29, 2021 at the age of 93. Born Oct. 1, 1927 to Annie and Albion Bryant Sr.

She attended Winthrop High School and on August 16, 1947 she married John DB Clark . They were married for 55 years. She worked several jobs in her life but being a hairdresser for 55 years, retiring at the age of 85 was what she enjoyed the most in life. To her it wasn’t a job, it was a pleasure and honor and the friends she made were a blessing to her. Gloria was a lifetime member of the Readfield Grange and proceeded to be a founder of the Golden Guys and Gals Senior Club of Readfield. The members worked hard as well as had fun and proudly left a scholarship trust set up for selected seniors at Maranacook High School.

She loved getting together with her family and friends. She looked forward to her weekly games of “Hand and Foot” and played any chance she got! Summer couldn’t get here fast enough- it was when her friends from far away would arrive at Echo Lake. Paul will miss “his other woman!” She looked forward to all the “berry picking” and when the strawberries were ready she was there. Her grandson Andrew made sure she got to the fields right up to the age of 91. She always loved her “I love you’s” from her great-grandson, Jordan, as he left for work.

She was predeceased by her parents Annie and Albion Bryant Sr.; husband, John Clark; stepson, John “Butch” Clark; grandson, Wilfred Meunier; brothers Albion Jr. and Leon, sisters Gladys Libby and Geraldine “Midgie” Potter.

She is survived by her daughters Debbie White and Connie Fleury, her stepdaughter, Rebecca Greene and husband Gerry; grandsons Darren and wife Peggy, Michael and Christopher White, granddaughters Krista and husband Rob, Gretchen and husband Jon; many beloved great- and great-great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews; brothers Robert Bryant and wife Dottie, Kenneth Bryant and wife Mary, Ronald Bryant, and brother-in-law “Buster” Potter, Ginny and Paul Warren whom she loved as though they were her own, Louise Ridley and Cathy Rush-caregiver.

Per Gloria’s request there will be no funeral but there will be a celebration of life at a later date to be announced.

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