Wilma Jean Clark was born March 29, 1945 in New York City. She was one of two daughters born to the late Mr. James and Mrs. Lula Johnson.
Jean graduated from Wadleigh High School in 1963. Jean attended Monroe Business School and after completing her studies, she was employed at Citibank as a computer programmer. She was a diligent worker for 23 years. Jean also worked at Columbia University as an operator where she retired from this position.
Jean married the late Mr. Norvill Clark on March 29, 1970. From this union, one son was born in October of 1978, Norvill Clark Jr.
Jean was an active member of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church for many years. She has dedicated her services to many organizations within the church including the Lay Organization and the Board of Christian Education. Jean also found joy in serving the youth in the Church’s After school program. This brought her much enjoyment. She supported the church in any way that she could.
Jean during her free time enjoyed attending jazz concerts and listening to jazz at home, dancing, and most of all fashion. She was lovingly known to many as Ms. Diva. On December 29, 2018 our heavenly Father called Jean home to rest from her labor. She has touched many lives during her time here on earth and will be greatly missed.
Jean leaves to cherish her memory: Her devoted son Norvill Clark Jr., loving Aunt Maybelle Middlebrooks, Cousins, Nieces, Nephews along with Great Nieces, Great Nephews and a host of beloved friends.Jean will be laid to rest near her beloved late mother, Ms. Lula Johnson at the George Washington Memorial Park Cemetery in Paramus, New Jersey on January 11, 2019.