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Eleanor Irene Clark

July 24, 1935 - December 25, 2016

Eleanor Irene Walden-Clark went Home to be with Jesus early Christmas morning. She lived in Suffolk, VA, but was a long time resident of Portsmouth, VA where she was born July 24,1935. Eleanor loved the Lord and shared her Faith with many. She had a kind loving heart and loved to make others laugh.

Eleanor is survived by her children: Suzanne Deleon and Valerie Clark of Suffolk, VA, Jeffrey A. Clark of Virginia Beach, VA, and Stephanie J. Clark-Poore of Lebanon, IN; grandchildren: Sara Deleon Robertson, Kristianna Clark, Will Cutchins, Cecely Clark, Richard Pallette III, and Adam and Casey Miller; great-grandchildren: Kaylee Robertson, Joey Pope and Lucy Miller; sisters: Sandra Walsh and Eileen Glynn.

She is predeceased by her mother, Elsie Mae Walden; her brother, Dick Walden; and her daughter, Donna E. Miller.

A special thank you to adopted daughter, Surrita Pierce, who loved and took care of Eleanor until the very end.

A Celebration of Life will be held at the Clark Compound at a yet to be determined date.

Between Eleanor being ill for several months and the many losses the family has suffered in the past year, has left them financially depleted. Please honor Eleanor’s memory and help the family find some closure and peace from this most recent loss during the holidays. No donation is too small and all donations are greatly appreciated. May God bless you during this holiday season. To help the family and make a donation CLICK HERE

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