Jacqueline Anne Fox Clark (Wingrove)
March 5, 1921-Jan. 30, 2011
We mourn her death and celebrate her remarkable presence in this world. Jacqueline leaves behind her daughter, Anne Ziemienski; son-in-law, Dennis; and granddaughter, Sofia of Glen Ellen; her son, Jed Clark; daughter-in-law, Jenny; and grandson, Augustus of Petaluma; stepdaughters, Ann Wingrove, Mary Chasson and Carolyn Wingrove; and a host of friends of all ages.
Jacqueline was born in New York City. She always maintained an identity with this great city. She married Edwin H. Clark and moved west to the San Francisco Bay Area where she raised her family. Wanting to expand her children's horizons, Jacqueline took the bold step of moving overseas to Rome for two years and forever set coffee, pasta and Parmigiano-Reggiano in her family's diet.
In the late '70s she married her college sweetheart, Elmer Wingrove, and moved to Washington, D.C., where she lived for 25 years until Elmer's passing in 2006.
While living in Washington, she started Wingrove Fine Prints, specializing in later 19th and early 20th century artists. Her passion took her to galleries and auctions in London, Paris and New York. Her taste was exquisite.
Reducing a life like hers to a few sentences is very hard. We hope the heavens are big enough to contain all that she was to us.
Donations in her name may be made to Hospice By The Bay, 190 W. Napa St., Sonoma 95476.