Marie D. Clark passed away gracefully, peacefully, and comfortably amidst the love of her family on Friday, November 11, 2022. To know Marie throughout her 90 wonderful years was to love her. Marie was born on February 8,1932 and raised in Springdale, Pennsylvania. She graduated from Springdale High School in 1950. A lifelong resident of Lower Burrell and New Kensington, she worked as a teaching assistant at Valley High School, as an assistant at the county court, and at Lasher Insurance Agency for several years. Her biggest passion in life was raising and spending time with her large family, both near and far. She always made sure all successes were celebrated and all bellies left her kitchen full. Like her mother, she was a great cook and was overjoyed to prepare her grandkids’ favorite dishes, even if she refused to believe all the praise. She found every opportunity to shower her loved ones (and herself now and then!) in goodies she found on her travels or just her most recent traipse around the bargain bins. No detail was too small in ensuring every Christmas celebration she created was magical. Marie will be fondly remembered as a loyal Pittsburgh and Penn State sports fan, a world traveler, a competitive card player, and a lover of life who approached every situation with good humor. She always had a stylish outfit, her hair done perfectly, and a smile on her face. Moreover, she is remembered as a devoted friend, wife, mother, aunt, and “Nanny” who delighted in the company of her loved ones. She leaves behind her sons, Todd (Sarah) and Daniel Clark; brother, Frank (Helen) Mento; grandchildren: Katey (Matt) Blauvelt, Molly (Andrew) Mundo, Betsey (Dan Fay) Clark, and Andrew Clark; great-grandchildren: Charlotte and Caroline Blauvelt and Graham and Maggie Mundo; and many dear nieces, nephews, and friends. She is reunited in heaven with her loving husband of 54 years, Floyd; parents, Frank and Tillie Mento; sister and brother-in-law, Millie and Justin Makowski; daughter-in-law, Sarah Clark; and many loved ones. Marie's family would like to thank and acknowledge the exceptional care by professionals at the Cleveland Clinic and home care nurses during this time. A celebration of her life will be held in Pittsburgh in the near future.