Helen CLARK
FUNERAL HOME
Abraham's Funeral Home
366-374 Devon St East
New Plymouth, Taranaki
CLARK,
Helen Alice Isabella (Nell):
17 August 1924 –
15 November 2021
At Summerset Mountain View, New Plymouth, in her 98th year. Beloved only daughter of Ernest and Lilian Clark, Bristol Road, Inglewood. Dearly loved sister of Cecil, Len, Jim, Ron and baby Freddie (all deceased). Special Aunt, cousin and friend to so many.
Nell is at peace after a
good life.
According to Nell's wishes a private cremation has been held.



Published by Taranaki Daily News on Nov. 27, 2021.
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To Anthea, Geoff & family, We are very sorry to see Nellie´s very long and productive life has come to an end. We are thinking of you all at this time. She was well thought of within the extended Vercoe family and a favourite cousin of Wally. I´m sure your efforts for many years in attending to her every need were very much appreciated. May she Rest In Peace. Anne & Ron Mallett and the Vercoe family
Anne Mallett
Family
November 27, 2021
CLARK, Helen Alice Isabella (Nell):Beloved aunt of Anthea and Geoff Davidson (Onaero Beach). Great-aunt of Michael and Alexandra, Nicholas, Sarah, and of Jonathan and Timothy (both deceased). Great-great-aunt of Elizabeth, George, Toby, Sophie and Emma.

November 27, 2021
CLARK, Nell(Helen Alice Isabella):We are saddened by the loss of our dear Nell who passed away on 15 November 2021 at the grand age of 97. Nell, our late mother's cousin and 'little sister', has been an integral person in our lives from our growing up to present day. She attended almost every family occasion and has simply always been there with us and for us. We've enjoyed her amazing personality, her witty sayings and her incredible memory of the many people passing through her life and the Inglewood district. Whilst she lived frugally, she was conversely very giving of herself to everyone - family, friends, and the community. We are blessed to have had her in our lives, she touched our hearts, left us with great memories, and will be sadly missed but remembered forever. Rest well dear Nell, as you so deserve. From the family of the late Brien and Lucy Keegan: Robert & Marie, Paddy, Maree (deceased) & Josie, Graham & Jan, Peter & Theresa and Margaret Keegan, Wendy & John Zimmerman, Jenny & Dave MacMillan, Eileen & George Taylor, and our families.

November 27, 2021
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