Pamela Davies Clark

A Celebration of Life for Pamela Davies Clark is on August 14

Pamela Davies Clark passed away in Washington D.C. on March 21, 2022. A devoted friend, enthusiastic golfer, consummate host, proud mother, and beloved grandmother, she always treasured the time she spent with family and friends.

Pam was born in Batavia, New York to Mary Ellen (Doton) and Charles Davies. She was adored by her siblings Thom Davies, Don Davies (who predeceased her), and Cathy Blake and their families.

Although she lived in many places throughout her life, Vermont was the only place she truly called home. It was where she raised her children, built homes and businesses, and celebrated the rich connection to the place where generations of relatives contributed to the land and character of the state, especially throughout the Woodstock area. She was an active contributor to the communities where she lived, serving on the School Board in Shelburne and participating in Town Halls in Charlotte. She was a passionate advocate for maintaining open space and the beauty of Vermont.

In recent years Pam spent time in Florida where she developed a love of golf, painting, birdwatching, and winters without shoveling snow. She lived a rich, full life with an unfailingly positive outlook that propelled her through good times and hard times and was reflected in the joyful celebration of her 29th birthday every year, even as her children far surpassed that milestone.

She is survived by many who loved her and miss her, including her children Heather Pierce of Washington DC, Greg Pierce of New York NY, Randal Pierce of Burlington VT, and their families. Her husband Stephen Clark predeceased her, and Pam had a special bond with her stepdaughter Tricia Clark. With cousins in the dozens, Pam took every opportunity she could to visit and connect with family. Her friendships were deep and lasting.

She forged lifelong relationships with the children that she got to know and with whom she shared her love of crafts, nature, and sparkly jewelry, welcoming all as family regardless of family tree. Her art and her handmade cards and her masterful baking lessons are documented in the photographs and memories of those she loved.

A celebration of her life with family and friends will be at the Doton Family Farm in Woodstock, at 202 Lakota Road, on Sunday, August 14th at noon. All are welcome.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Stern Center for Language and Learning, 183 Talcott Rd #101, Williston, VT 05495.