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Pauline S. Clark

July 8, 1946 January 4, 2014
Pauline S. Clark
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Obituary for Pauline S. Clark

Pauline S. Clark (Brabo); age 67, of Oxford, peacefully passed away on Saturday, January 4, 2014 in Rochester, Michigan surrounded by her family. A memorial service will be held Friday, January 10, 2014 at 6:30pm at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses located at 3101 Thomas Rd., in Oxford.

Pauline was born on July 8, 1946 in Pontiac, Michigan, to Raymond and Eleanor Brabo.
She is survived by her daughters, Jenny Clark Hosey and husband Steve Hosey of College Station, Texas; Robin Denise Clark of Lapeer; her grandchildren, Amanda, Melissa & Nathan Hosey all of College Station, Texas and Emily Clark of Lapeer; Mother, Eleanor Brabo of Oxford; Brother, Steven Brabo of Oxford; Sisters, Linda Wood and Karen Brabo both of Clifford, Sharon Brabo of Oxford, Christal Hatch and husband, Doug Hatch of Davison; Several nieces and nephews and numerous close friends. Pauline is predeceased by her father, Raymond and brother, Alan Brabo.

The impact Pauline made on the lives of her family, friends and all those who knew her is too large to express in a short tribute. Pauline lived in a disabled body with grace and dignity for over 30 years, she never complained and never let her physical limitations get in her way of making a friend or lovingly reaching out to others, she always had a smile on her face and a story to share. If you were having a bad day, all you had to do was visit or call and you couldn't help but smile and gain a whole new prospective. Pauline wanted to hear about what was happening in everyone's life. She had a deep love for animals, but was so very partial to horses and cardinals....everytime a friend or family member would see a cardinal you couldn't help but think of Pauline and smile.

Pauline will forever be missed, her passion for life and positive personality is imbedded into the hearts of everyone that knew her; we take comfort in the fact that she is now free from pain and the bonds of her physical body.

Anytime Pauline had a visitor when it was time to go she would always say, "Drive safely and be careful." Every telephone call would end with " I love you and tell everyone I send my love."

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Muscular Dystrophy Association or any animal rescue of your choice.

Arrangements entrusted to Lynch & Sons Funeral Directors, Oxford.


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