In Loving Memory of

Eileen Quinn Clark

02/25/1943 - 01/11/2015

Eileen Quinn Clark was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Feb. 25th 1943. On January 11, 2015 she went home to heaven.  She grew up in Belmont Massachusetts and enjoyed summers by the sea on Cape Cod.  Upon graduating from the College of New Rochelle she worked as a commercial artist in New York City where she met Blair W. Clark.  They married and moved to Winter Park, Florida and soon after, St. Petersburg where she spent over 20 years as an active part of the community and especially Pasadena Community Church.  She also continued to paint and show her art in various local art shows in the St. Petersburg area. Later she moved to the Gainesville area to be closer to her son and his family.

She was a devoted wife and mother and is survived by a sister, Betty Quinn in Denver, Colorado and 2 children: Katrina Larson of Panama City, FL and Dan Clark, of Alachua.  She also has 6 grandchildren.

Instead of flowers donations may be sent to Pasadena Community Church at

227 70th Street South, St. Petersburg, FL 33707

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