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Jennifer Clark

Jennifer Lynn Clark

Saturday, September 8th, 1956 - Tuesday, November 12th, 2019
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Jennifer Lynn Clark, 63, of Marietta, Ohio, fought a courageous battle against cancer but passed away on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at Marietta Memorial Hospital surrounded by her fiance and three children. She was born in Canton at Aultman Hospital on September 8, 1956. Jenny dedicated her life to serving others as a registered nurse who worked primarily in Intensive Care for over 20 years. She was a very spiritual, kind, and selfless soul who believed in Karma and loved her family more than anything in this world. She loved to laugh, generously gave to others, genuinely wished only the best for all, and embraced the Golden Rule.

Jenny was preceded in death by her loving parents, John and Georgia Doty of Belmont. She will be greatly missed by her fiance, Joe Clark of Sardis, daughters Emily (Michael) Eichhorn of Katy, Texas and Gretchen (Derek) Hollingsworth of Winder, Georgia, and son Jesse McWilliams of Marietta. Jenny was an amazing Mammy to her four grandchildren, Noah, Luke, Gannon, and Micah, who all adored her and will always remember her as someone who loved them wholly and unconditionally. She is also survived by her two sisters, Kathy Pettit and Joyce Hunter, and brothers Tom, Jeff, Bill, Jay, and Joe Doty, as well as her many friends, cousins, nieces, and nephews. She loved them all so much and was so very proud of her family and friends.

A memorial celebration of life will be planned for the future. Cawley & Peoples is honored to serve Jenny's family and offers online condolences and many more resources by visiting their website, CawleyandPeoples.com

Donations may be made in her memory to Stuff the Sleigh, P.O. Box 342, Katy, TX 77492 or by going to their website, www.theSleigh.org
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Elvin Miracle

Posted at 07:45pm
Sending our sincere sympathy to Joe & family.
Elvin & Mary Miracle
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Gregg McGary

Posted at 06:05pm
Our deepest sympathies to all of you and your family. Loosing a loved one is so difficult in life, Peace be with you!

Gregg & Chris McGary
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Jeannie Offenberger

Posted at 08:58pm
Jenny,Kind,caring, beautiful,smart,and a friend to everyone! I worked with Jenny on ICU at MMH when I would get pulled there from my floor. I NEVER met a Nurse as kind as her. God bless her family and friends. She will be truly missed.♥️
JD

Jeff Day

Posted at 06:42pm
Saddened to hear this.I hope the best for the family Jeff Day
JL

Jarrod Love

Posted at 05:09am
I will never forget the great times I experienced working in ICU with Jenny back in the 1990s. Jenny always had a great sense of humor as a co-worker. On the other hand, she was always serious as a nurse with exceptional critical thinking skills. Jenny's patients always loved her and had confidence in her delivery of bedside care. Thank you Jenny for those wonderful years of learning, laughing, and just being a great friend. It's really tough seeing old friends battle sickness and tribulations in life. My thoughts are with Jenny's family as they go thru this tough time. Jenny was a fighter every step-of-the-way and never gave up on life when it was tough and challenging. Jenny set that example for us to follow, understand, and be confident when life is full of challenges ahead of all of us.
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