Plant Memorial Trees
Friday, June 9, 2023
Starts at 2:00 pm (Eastern time)
Ursula Field Clark was born September 3, 1929 in Delhi, NY, the daughter of Clarence O. and Ursula H. Field. She is survived by her husband, Everett Ellis Clark, and their three children, Everett Ellsworth Clark, The Rev. Dr. Ellen Clark Clémot and Elizabeth Clark Dilling; two sons-in-law, André-Louis Clémot and W. Robert Dilling, Jr.; two granddaughters Annabelle Lee Clémot and Amélie Jo Clémot; a half-sister, Pamela F. Graupman; and a half-brother, Carson O. Field. She graduated from Vassar College, Class of 1951. A resident of Simsbury, CT with her family, for over 30 years. She was a member of The First Church of Christ (Congregational) in Simsbury, and served as a volunteer for ten years at The Mark Twain Memorial in Hartford, CT, then as a volunteer and Trustee of The Renbrook School, West Hartford, CT, as a patient resource volunteer at Hartford Hospital, as a volunteer at McLean Home, Simsbury, CT and at the Genealogical and Historical Library of Simsbury, CT. She was a member of the Simsbury, CT Abigail Phelps Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution and of the Kerr Association of North America. She played golf at the Hopmeadow Country Club in Simsbury with her understanding husband. In 1993 she and her husband retired to a home they had built on Lake Keowee in the upstate of South Carolina. In 2000 they moved to University Park Country Club in Sarasota, Florida and in 2007 to Bermuda Village Retirement Community, Bermuda Run, NC, just west of Winston-Salem. She was an early adopter of internet technology and, in 2021 at the age of 91, despite living in North Carolina, became the first online new member of The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township in New Jersey where her daughter Ellen is Senior Pastor. A memorial service led by her daughter, Ellen, will be held at Bermuda Village Retirement Community on Friday, June 9 at 2:00pm.