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Louise Clark, 94

Marlborough – Louise (Bradshaw) Clark, 94, of Marlborough, died Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012 at UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worcester.

Born and raised in Marlborough, Louise was the daughter of the late Cornelius and Catherine (Henry) Bradshaw and the wife of the late Kenneth E. Clark, who died in 1998.

Louise had a sense of style and love of fashion which remained with her throughout her life and added to her ability in serving her customers as a sales associate at the former Jordan Marsh, Framingham.

She enjoyed the cross word puzzles in the daily newspaper and was a voracious reader. One of her great loves was her home and yard, where her children and grandchildren grew up and played.

She is survived by her sons, Robert Clark and his wife Linda of Marlborough and David Clark and his wife Stacey of Shrewsbury; her daughter, Christine Ferro and her husband Richard of Marlborough; her grandchildren, Brandon Clark, Stacy Ferro Slattery and her husband Jay, Julie Ferro Eagan and her husband Peter, Paul Ferro, Ryan Clark, and Katherine Clark; her great-grandchildren, Jack Slattery, Paige Slattery, and Baby Eagan; her sister-in-law, Virginia Clark; and many nieces and nephews. She was also the mother of the late James B. Clark and the sister of the late Thomas and Henry Bradshaw, Eleanor Collins, Mae Murphy, Kay Rice, Dot DuVarney, and Rita Duplessis.

A funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday, Dec. 10, at 11 a.m., at the Immaculate Conception Church, 11 Prospect St., Marlborough.

Visiting hours will be held Sunday, Dec. 9, from 2 to 5 p.m., at the Slattery Funeral Home, 40 Pleasant St., Marlborough. Burial will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Why Me & Sherry's House, attn: Memorials, 1152 Pleasant St., Worcester, MA 01602.

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