Loretta Antonett Clark, 81, of Albion, New York, peacefully passed away on February 12, 2021 in Douglasville, GA.
Loretta was born Loretta Jones in Sylvester, Georgia to Thomas Jackson Jones, and, Roena Russell on June 24, 1939. She went to high school at Carver High, in Delray Beach, Florida, and graduated in 1959. She worked as a factory line supervisor for Duffy-Motts for 14 years. She enjoyed knitting afghans, throwing backyard parties, and watching Jeopardy. She was very active in her church as a choir member, book keeper, and Mother of the St. Paul Baptist Church.
Loretta is survived by her sister Edna Whitaker, of Florida, sister Dorothy Adams, of Georgia, and, brother Ulysses Jones, of, New York; Daughter: Anita (Allen) Ransom, GA, sons Tommy Wall, NY, and, Billy Wall, NY; Grandchildren: Freddie Simmons Jr., Antwan Simmons, Marcus Wall, Zaria Rice, Noah Wall, Atia Davis all of NY, JaMallia Burks, CA, and Allen Ransom, GA; Great grandchildren: Jordan Simmons, Aaliyah Wall, Marcus Wall Jr., and, Miracle Simmons, and a host of nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her parents, husband: Willie B. Clark, Jr., Daughter: Patricia Wall; Sisters: Louise Jones, Dorothy Blake, Bernice Cole, Earlene Johnson, Loretha Carpenter, Willy Brown, and, T.J. Jr.
Visitation will be held at Christopher Mitchell Funeral Homes, Inc. 21 West Ave Albion, NY 14411 on Friday, February 19, 2021, 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Her funeral service will be held privately. Burial will be held at Mt. Albion Cemetery, Albion NY.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to American Cancer Society, donate3.cancer.org.
The family wishes to extend their gratitude to family and friends that have comforted and helped us in our time of bereavement.
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