In memory of Lizzie Clarke 07-02-45 - 25-04-19

Published on 27 April 2019 at 11:17

'Auntie Lizzie'

There are no words that describe how terrible it is that this wonderful woman is no longer among us.

You were an example for everyone and you also cared for everyone. Everyone knows you as a great woman and now you are no longer there.

We wish her friends and family a lot of strength in this difficult time.

Heaven has received another star and unfortunately way too early. 



This is what Lizzie's daughter told everyone yesterday:

I wish I could phone you all personally, but I’m so sorry to say that our wonderful Mum, wife to Roger and friend to hundreds of people, passed away suddenly last night.

There are so many people who knew Mum and loved her and this is the most difficult thing to have to tell you like this, but it has to be.

We are having to wait till next week for her to be returned home to Scotland as she died whilst in Durham to attend a funeral.

We don’t have any funeral plans in place and my Dad and I would appreciate the time and space to come to terms with Mum’s sudden death and to make the arrangements.

Please understand that not everyone will be able to attend the service in our small town crematorium, so we may have to arrange a celebration of life later.

I will keep you as informed as I can.

Please look after each other, hug, cry and share all the good would be what Lizzie would want.
As she would say ‘What’s for ye will no go by ye’. Keep your chin up.


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4 years ago

She will me miss in the linedance world and lizzie is a legend to everyone who know lizzie god rest her soul she was a nice lady rest in peace

Steve Lescarbeau
4 years ago

Roger and family, so saddened to hear of Lizzie's passing. Loved our time together at the Marathon so many years ago. Such a passion for life and dancing. She will be missed. May you find peace in knowing she is looking down after you. Much love. Steve.