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Scarlet (Ellen) Rose Clark

Scarlet (Ellen) Rose Clark

Scarlet Ellen Rose Clark, 79, resident for 33 years of Deltona, FL, died Oct 25,2019.
Born in Vergennes, VT, to Harvey Smith Rose and Ellen Louise Marsh and raised in New Haven, VT. After graduating in 1959, from Beeman Academy, Scarlet worked at Van Raalte in Bristol, VT as seamstress, inspector and office help. Upon marriage, resided in Three Rivers, MA. for 23 years, as loving wife to L.B., loving mom to Terri. Scarlet created beautiful crocheted doilies, blankets, sweaters, scarfs, mittens. She loved to cook dinner for friends and family, make fudge and popcorn balls as gifts at Christmas, visits and laughs with family in Vermont and loved people and conversation with friends. She worked at PV Plastics to pay for her father’s funeral in 1980. In 1986, after her husband retired from the Postal Service, they moved to Deltona, FL to be near her mother, who later passed in 1990. Scarlet enjoyed walks on the beach and lunch out alone with her husband, L.B. Later years she liked watching DVDs and tv, the warm Florida weather, and eating out at restaurants with her daughter and son-in-law. Her loving husband of 42 years, Laurence Burton Clark died in 2006, their infant son, Keith Brian Clark born premature, died in 1968, hours after birth. Predeceased by her brother Marvin K. Rose, wife Silvia of CO and her Step sister Betsy Smith Williams, husband Eugene of VT. Survived, loved always and missed by her daughter Terri C Bennett and son-in-law Nathan A Bennett, of Deltona, FL, both whom she loved dearly. Missed by Bailey 10, Lucky 4, the family cats. She called herself their Grammy. Survived by her sister Bonnie Smith Perkins, brother-in-law Jim Perkins of Deltona, sister Jean Smith, husband Charles Fields of Bridport, VT., many nieces, nephews and cousins. Scarlet will rest with Laurence in New Haven, Vermont.


Pat Conant

November 22, 2019, 9:32 pm

Terri, This is a wonderful tribute to your mom, and a beautiful picture of her. We have many fond memories of her & your dad, playing cards & just visiting and having fun at the “Conant household”. I know this is so hard for you, but as time goes on, you will be able to smile at all the happy memories you will always have. With Love, Buzzy & Pat

DeAnn Angleton

November 23, 2019, 4:09 am

Beautiful tribute… it is no wonder she is missed… so sorry for your loss. Praying peace and comfort for you. Love you


November 23, 2019, 2:37 pm

Very nice. Love you sissy.

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