Gail Clark (Yoda)

Obituary of Gail Patricia Clark (Yoda)

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Passed away Oct. 10th, 2019. After many years of pain, kicking cancers butt twice, she left us peacefully and quick to cardiac failure. She was retired from the Villa Maria (Dietary Aid).

Mom we miss you, is something that shouldn’t be,
My heart wants you here with me.
I listen for one last whisper in the wind,
But the angels just grinned.
She’s here with God he will keep her safe,
She’s telling us stories of that beautiful place.
We still need her it was too soon,
The emptiness has begun to loom.
Look around the angels all said,
To see everywhere her love was spread.
Alan and I can’t bare this pain,
Our tears can not be masked by the rain.
One last thing before you go,
Let our mother know.
She was our world and guiding light,
In our dreams we will wait for her every night.
To talk and laugh and see her face,
And feel the love of her warm embrace.

Mom had such a loving and forgiving soul. God was always guiding her. She would help anyone when she could. She would hold on to things for people she thought could use them. Even if they never knew it lol. Things that made her heart smile were time with her family, friendships she held dear, she loved taking pictures of nature, enjoying a day out at Holiday Beach and having bbq’s, long car rides for no reason and stopping for ice cream, playing dice or cards and family game night, art nights were her favorite and we would listen and sing the oldies together, her cats and her dog that had passed (Scooter), sitting on the porch with me swinging and gazing at the moon, telling me stories about her mom and dad, and all the fun and crazy things her brothers and sisters used to do. Wish there was more time for her stories. Mom Alan and I can’t describe how much we loved you and will miss you, our lives will never be the same without your love and guidance. No one really knows where or what will happen after we pass but God if your listening tell our mom we are hoping with all our might that our paths will cross again and she will be waiting with open arms and her little kisses. Your memory is locked in our hearts forever. Mom you were Alan’s and my everything. Our Mom and Our Dad. You did a great job raising us. You never let us want for anything and your love for us shone brighter than the stars. She is now with her mom Hilda Bachmeier (miss you so much grandma) and brother Ron Bachmeier now. Free to fly together. She is sadly missed by son Alan Clark, daughter Cynthia & Al Churchhill, grandchildren Erica Pinnegar (Cody), Jason Warren. Jaden Kehoe, Xavier Kehoe, and great grandchildren Zander and Lincoln Pinnegar. Survived by her sisters Linda Kohut (George), Sandra Bachmeier, Joyce Miletic (Stephen), Audrey Tremblay and brothers Terry Bachmeier (Joan), Gary Bachmeier, Keith Bachmeier (Barb), Joe Bachmeier (Marisue) and Bryan Bachmeier (Penny), and many nieces and nephews. Remembered by her dear friend Joanne Ouellette. Hoping Mom will feel the love we had for her for an eternity. Cremation has taken place. A memorial mass to be held at a later date, but we will honor and celebrate her life at our up coming wedding for all those attending. If you wish, donations may be made to Feeding Windsor (

“Mom we miss you” are words that we uttered too soon. You are our angel forever.

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