Ann H. Clark
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Ann H. Clark
  • October 20, 1936 - February 28, 2017
  • Washington, North Carolina

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.Ann House Clark went to be with her heavenly father February 28, 2017 surrounded by her three daughters. Ann resided at Ridgewood Manor for the last two years. She was born October 20th, 1936 to Claude Halford House and Velma Doris Bennett House Coltrain both preceding her in death. She attended Robersonville High School and Martin Community College.
Ann married John Ward Perry in August 1954. They had three daughters Cathy, Robin, and Janet. Ann enjoyed a career waiting on others. She worked at the R & C restaurant for about 15 years and then at the Shamrock for over 20 years. She truly enjoyed her job and the kindness of her customers.
Ann married Pete Clark and became special mother to Ellen and John.
Ann was preceded in death by her parents and siblings Frank Mitchell House and Linda House Bailey. She is survived by daughters Cathy Ottman and husband Edward, Robin Perry, and Janet Ringer and husband Rickey. Siblings Jerry House, Francis House wife of Frank House, Johnny Bailey husband of Linda Bailey, Claudia Summerlin (husband Andrew Summerlin deceased), Claude Halford House (wife Karen Werner deceased), and Marilyn Glisson and husband David. She had 5 grandchildren Christy Price, Chellie Savage, David Simpson, Travis Oakley and Melinda Simpson; 7 great-grandchildren Kody White, Cirsty Price, Mikayla Oakley, Haven Price, Gage Savage, Landon Simpson, and Alyssa Oakley. She was special mother to Ellen Evans, John Clark, Tyrone McClean, and Lenny Requena.
The family will have a visitation Friday March 3rd at Biggs Funeral Home 6:30-8 pm. A graveside service will be March 4th at 3:30 pm at the Town of Robersonville Cemetery. At other times the family can be located at the home of Ed and Cathy Ottman located at 1045 Lakeside Drive, Hidden Lakes Subdivision, Williamston.