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Kathy Clark (Tomlinson)

On the morning of December 29, 2022, we lost our beloved Kathy, Mom, and “Granma”. She was our best friend, closest confidante, and a non-stop source of love and support. She is and will be greatly missed.

Kathy leaves behind her loving family, including her husband of fifty-three years, Randy; her three daughters, Alison, Susan, and Carolyn; two sons-in-law, Thomas and Andras; two grandchildren, Laszlo and Zakary; her sister Betsy and brother-in-law, Art; her nephew, Matthew; and her five grand cats.

Kathy was born in Hartford, Connecticut, and graduated from Bryant College. She was an avid reader, a philosophy buff, and a gifted conversationalist. Kathy always had a quote on hand for great advice and freely passed on her wisdom to those who needed it.

Kathy loved nature and birds. She loved listening to birdsong and identifying native birds.

She loved to travel and experienced memorable trips to the Caribbean, Bermuda, Europe, and many U.S. destinations. Kathy loved Paris, which was probably her favorite place other than New York City. She loved going to New York for Broadway shows and musicals, shopping, restaurants, or just to experience the city.  

Kathy taught us gratitude and to never take anyone for granted. She embodied one of her favorite quotes, “at the end of the day, people won’t remember what you said or did, they will remember how you made them feel.” Kathy made us all feel good.

She is forever in our hearts.

In lieu of flowers, her family wishes donations be made to the Bucks County Free Library. She loved books and the library from a young age.

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