Marjorie "Marg" Ann Clark-Soto was born on April 23, 1944 in Chester, Pennsylvania to the late Edward Clark and Elsie Christmas Clark. "Marg" made her transition from life on January 17, 2016.
Marg was educated in the Chester and Ridley Township School districts. Margie was a graduate of Wilfred Beauty Academy and Delaware County Nursing Program. She was employed at Tri-County, Harlee Manor, Fair Acres, B. Gross, Widener, and Elwyn as a hairdresser, cook, nurse's aide, and housekeeper.
Marg grew up in Ridley Township, Pennsylvania and Margie received Christ at an early age. She was a lifelong member of Fairview AME church in Woodlyn, Pennsylvania where she sang in the Pastoral Choir and was known for her rendition of "I've Got Jesus" and "That's Enough". She later became a member of the missionary society.
Marg enjoyed watching westerns and action movies, and was a huge fan of Steve Seagal movies. She was funny and she often referred to herself as a Moms Mabley. She enjoyed singing and she LOVED to talk; she could talk for hours to anyone about anything. She frequently told stories about her younger days in which her grandchildren loved to hear the stories because the stories often revealed that she didn't take any mess from anyone. Her "no taking any mess" attitude would catch someone off guard because she was one of the most sensitive and loving people you could meet. She had an unconditional love for her family and friends and she will be remembered for the love and laughter that she gave us all.
Marjorie was proceeded in death by her mother, Elsie Christmas Clark, father, Edward Clark, Love of her Life, Percy E. Jackson, Jr; her grandparents, Egar and Eleanor Briddell; brother, Edward David Robinson, II; and a daughter, Bernadette Jackson.
Marjorie leaves to cherish her loving memory: her Aunt Annie Briddell; brothers: Reverend Irvin Robinson (Barbara), Carl Robinson, Leonard Robinson (Lovey); one adopted sister: Rose Cannon Sons: Carman B. Soto Sr. and Darren Jackson (Kia), daughters: Elsie Smith (Santos), LaChanta Barnes-Wood (Malary), Eboni Jackson; stepchildren, Percy Jackson, III, Bruce Jackson, Jacqueline Cuff and Shawn Cuff; twelve grandchildren, and eleven great-grandchildren and host of cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.