Judy Maude (Johnson) Werner


ARLINGTON, VT: Judy Maude (Johnson) Werner, 67, of Pickering Road in Arlington, died peacefully at the Albany Medical Center on February 1, 2019, surrounded by members of her loving family. 

Judy was born in St. Albans on March 11, 1951, to Dr. Walter Johnson and Joreen (Waine) Johnson. She graduated from Bellows Free Academy in St. Albans, and received her Bachelor’s Degree in French and Spanish from Castleton State College. Judy moved to Arlington in the fall of 1973 to teach foreign language at Arlington Memorial High School. It was there that she met her husband, the late John A. Werner, whom she married in February of 1974. 

Throughout her career she shared her love of languages with middle and high school students, teaching Spanish, French, Latin, and English in Arlington and at other regional schools. Judy was a patient and creative teacher and mentor, and she inspired many of her students to travel the world, explore other cultures, and pursue careers in education. 

Judy brought a joyful, welcoming, and caring spirit to all that she did. She loved life, always taking time to go for a walk with friends, ice skate in the park, stand-up paddle board around the lake, go rock climbing with her grandchildren, and share her beautiful gardens with guests on the hill. She also loved to give, brightening the lives of others with her knitting and sewing, and volunteering her time in the Arlington community.

Judy leaves her son John Kenneth (JK) Werner, his wife Navya, and their children Nishil and Keya of Orinda, CA, and daughter Jordan Barry and her husband Kevin of Brooklyn, NY, as well as her brothers Wally Johnson of Canton, NY, John Johnson and his wife Paula of St. Albans, and Chris Johnson and his wife Dee of Ellenton, Florida; and her sister Jennifer Hubbard and her husband Jim of Swanton. 

Gregory Clark

MONCKS CORNER, SC: Gregory Paul Clark, 64, passed away on January 13, 2019 with his loving family by his side. Gregory was born on February 1, 1954 in Saint Albans, Vermont to the late Paul Richard Clark and Shirley Alice Clark, née Messier. He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Candice Lynn Clark, née Harvey.

Greg grew up in Enosburg, Vermont and graduated from Enosburg Falls High School in 1972 where he played soccer and was the lead actor in his senior class play, “Bye, Bye, Birdie.” After school, Greg worked at Wetherbee’s Hardware, at the Thirsty Boot in Montgomery Center as a bartender, and as a ski patroller at Jay Peak Resort. Greg married Candice on July 26, 1980 in Richford, Vermont and began a long career with the Enosburg Falls Water and Light Department where he first worked as an apprentice, then a lineman foreman, and eventually retiring as superintendent.

For several years, Greg also worked with his father, Paul, and his uncle Luther in their carpentry business. A skilled carpenter and electrician, Greg designed and built his family’s home, horse barn, and surrounding property where he spent much of his time. He had a love for horses and found joy taking care of and riding the family’s Morgan horse, “Chance.” Above all, Greg had a deep passion for music and was a naturally gifted singer who had a wonderful voice. He performed with various country music bands throughout Vermont where he played rhythm guitar and was lead singer.  In his youth, Greg enjoyed writing poetry, skiing, classic cars, hunting, playing guitar and various sports including golf, tennis, and billiards. Later in life, he was most happy at the beach and spending time with his grandchildren, whom he loved dearly.

He is survived by his three children and their spouses: Bradley Clark and his wife Yujin of Centreville, Virginia; Dereck Clark and his wife Danielle of McLean, Virginia; and Allison Walker and her husband David Jr. of Moncks Corner, South Carolina. He is survived by four grandchildren: Aidan Clark, Oliver Walker, Avery Clark, and Madelyn Walker. Greg is also survived by two brothers and their spouses: Rick Clark and his wife Doreen; and Joey Clark and his wife Penny of Enosburg, Vermont. He was preceded in death by his parents, Paul and Shirley Clark, his paternal Uncles Douglas and Luther Clark, and his maternal Aunt Dolores “Freda” Barry.

A celebration of Greg’s life will be held in Richford, Vermont at the convenience of his family.  To receive notification of the forthcoming celebration, those interested should send an email to remembergreg@tutanota.com.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’s Gregory Clark Memorial Fund by going to the following link: http://giftfunds.stjude.org/gregoryclark.