Kim J. Clark
Born September 7, 1960
Kim J. Clark (nÃ©e Harris), of Newark, Delaware, passed away Friday, September 9, 2016 at home. She was 56 years old.
Kim was born on September 7, 1960 in Wilmington, Delaware to the late Patricia M. Harris and James G. Harris, Jr. She attended Christiana High School, graduating a year ahead of schedule in 1977 as a result of her academic excellence. She was a homemaker and worked off and on as a bookkeeper.
Kim enjoyed playing softball as a young woman and was a pool shark in later years. She loved the beach, fishing, boating, spending time with her family and friends, and was an avid reader. Kim was very kind, had a great sense of humor and an infectious laugh. Her greatest joys in life were her children and grandchildren, and she spoke of them often to anyone who would listen.
Kim was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her husband, Kevin E. Clark of Lewes, DE; three children, Kasey E. Bennett (Frank) of Magnolia, DE, Thomas G. Binkley (Amber) of Magnolia, DE and Dylan H. Clark (Summer) of Newark, DE; a step-daughter, Shana M. Clark, of Rehoboth Beach, DE; two brothers, Kenneth W. Harris (Bonnie) of Mechanicsville, MD and Keith G. Harris (Stephanie) of Newark, DE; as well as three grandchildren, Ezra T. Bennett, Sophia J. Clark and Kaylee E. Binkley.
A memorial celebrating Kim’s life will be held at the Glasgow Pines Recreation Center, located at 801 Scotland Drive, Newark, DE 19702, on Sunday afternoon, September 18, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. Friends may visit with the family beginning at 3:00 p.m.
6 Condolences for Kim J. Clark
Kim (Mamma) had a special place in my heart and we shared some very important times. It was her and the last times we were together, that was the inspiration behind me getting clean from drugs and living life in a Serene kind of way. I will never forget the Love we shared, nor the good times, as they have a way of stamping out the bad. May she Rest In Peace in her own kind of serenity. GOD HAS TAKEN ANOTHER ANGEL FOR HIS OWN! ANGELS REALLY EXIST! My sympathy and condolences to her family, especially her children, whom all have had a great impact on my life. I know how hard this is for you!
S. Joe Sampson
One of the people I missed most when I moved to Indiana. Kim was a great friend and have been missing her for 3 years.
Charles Wilson & June Wilson
We will miss you. RIP
Kim’s sense of humor and her laugh are what I hear and feel when I think of her. She will be missed
Keith and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Kim’s death. I just happened to see it on FB. RIP Kim, your pain is gone. Love. Terry
Lori and Red Sheetz
Kim received her wings on Friday but will be missed forever. My deepest sympathy to her family She loved you very deep. Lori and Red