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She was the wife of Leonard Clark; together they owned and operated Clark's Store on Exchange Street for many years. While living in Ashland, Florence was a parishioner of St. Mark Catholic Church and a member of Our Lady of the Snows Sodality.
Florence was a caring and giving person with a love of family. She enjoyed cooking and sharing what she made with others. Among the family favorite recipes were her molasses cookies and whoopie pies.
She is survived by: two daughters, Ellen (Ben) Foster of Lisbon Falls and Linda (Andy) Masotta of Tewksbury, MA; three granddaughters, Sara (Brian) Daigle, Jessica Masotta, and Jena Masotta; one great granddaughter, Kayla Daigle; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Besides her parents, Florence was predeceased by her husband, Leonard, and two brothers, Edward and Ronald Morin.
Florence had resided at the nursing home in Mars Hill since May 15, 1997. Her family appreciates the excellent care provided by the staff of Northern Light CC for twenty-two years. The family is also grateful to the volunteers whose friendship and regular visits brought her much joy and comfort over the years.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 AM on Friday, February 8, 2019, at St. Mark Catholic Church, Allen Farm Rd., Ashland. Relatives and friends may greet the family Friday morning 9:00 to 10:45 AM at the church. Spring interment will be in the parish cemetery. Those who wish may make contributions in Florence's name to: Homeless Services of Aroostook, P.O. Box, 1753, Presque Isle, M.E. 04769. Arrangements are a service of Lajoie Funeral Home, 114 Exchange St./PO Box 39, Ashland. To share condolences online, please visit www.LajoieFuneralHome.com.
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