Ukraine live briefing: Over 170 freed in prisoner swap; new U.S.-made bombs will double Ukraine’s reach     She lost her partner in the protests. Then her twins. She’s still at it.     China rushes to cap damage over suspected spy balloon as Blinken delays trip     Ukraine live briefing: Over 170 freed in prisoner swap; new U.S.-made bombs will double Ukraine’s reach     She lost her partner in the protests. Then her twins. She’s still at it.     China rushes to cap damage over suspected spy balloon as Blinken delays trip     “Guns are everywhere” in Israel, occupied territories as violence spikes     Solomon Perel, Jew who posed as Hitler Youth to survive war, dies at 97     Brazil sinks decommissioned aircraft carrier in face of contamination fears     Ukraine live briefing: Over 170 freed in prisoner swap; new U.S.-made bombs will double Ukraine’s reach     She lost her partner in the protests. Then her twins. She’s still at it.     China rushes to cap damage over suspected spy balloon as Blinken delays trip     Ukraine live briefing: Over 170 freed in prisoner swap; new U.S.-made bombs will double Ukraine’s reach     She lost her partner in the protests. Then her twins. She’s still at it.     China rushes to cap damage over suspected spy balloon as Blinken delays trip     “Guns are everywhere” in Israel, occupied territories as violence spikes     Solomon Perel, Jew who posed as Hitler Youth to survive war, dies at 97     Brazil sinks decommissioned aircraft carrier in face of contamination fears     
SUBSCRIBE MY PROFILE
HOME | BREAKING NEWS | IN MEMORIAM | PEOPLE | OPINION |
 JOBS  
 DINING & ENTERTAINMENT  
 HOMES  
 CARS  
 FUNERAL HOMES  
 GOODS & SERVICES

News of Otsego County

Betsy Clark

Betsy Clark, 66, Delhi;Wife Of Clark Companies President

IN MEMORIAM: Betsy Clark, 66, Delhi;

Wife Of Clark Companies President

Betsy Clark

DELHI – Betsy Nannette (Brown) Clark, 66, wife of Clark Companies President Scott Clark, passed peacefully and comfortably on the afternoon of Monday, Feb. 25, 2019, in the presence of those she loved and with the New York City sunshine appropriately in full bloom.

Betsy, nicknamed “Bets” by family and friends, was born and raised in Delhi, where she grew up on the family farm with her loving parents, Bob and Janis Brown, and four adoring siblings: Barbara, Suzy (Lynda), Robby, and Margaret.

She returned to the Delhi-area after completing college, where she fell in love with former schoolmate, Scott Clark, son of Burton and Velma Clark; the two were married in 1981 before pursuing Betsy’s dream of having a family of her own.

Posts navigation

21 Railroad Ave. Cooperstown, New York 13326 • (607) 547-6103