Island Cremations & Funeral Home ~ Merritt Island, Florida ~ 321-454-3331



September 24, 1931 - July 20, 2020

Funeral services will be held Friday, July 24, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. at Riverview Memorial, US1, Cocoa, FL.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Hospice of St. Francis, Titusville, FL.


Stephanie Clark, age 88 of Merritt Island, passed away July 20, 2020 at her home with her daughter Shelly Bancer at her side.  She was preceded in death by her husbands, Roger Clark, Richard Shea and Theodore Bancer, her parents Cornelius and Anna Huey, and her siblings Lucille Sharu, Dorothy Smith,  William Huey, Mary Ann Cadieux, and Avis Daniels.  She is survived by her brother, Jimmy Huey and her children; Shelly Bancer of Marstons Mills, MA, Gail Bancer of Palm Coast, FL, Cynthia Donadio of Providence, RI, and Gary and Carol Bancer of Commerce Township, MI; her nine grandchildren; Leonard F. Donadio, Jr of Denver, CO, Allegra Donadio of Austin, TX, Bianca Donadio of Colorado Springs, CO, Alexander Donadio of Providence, RI, Lexi Bancer, of Chicago, IL, Karly Bancer, of Los Angeles, CA, and Tori Bancer of Commerce Township, MI, Kevin Luchkovitz of Palm Coast, FL, and Jake Luchkovitz of Marlboro, MA and her most beloved cat, Snapdragon!

Stephanie Clark was a remarkable woman that one would remember having met her, with her signature red hair and twinkle in her eye!  She was a self-educated woman who loved to share her opinions in lively discussions and share her lessons she valued to her children as a self-proclaimed teacher.  Her faith and spirituality were very important to her and her interests vast; from Mah-Jong to cards including Texas Hold’em and Pinochle to fishing, from politics to the stock market.  We each have spent memorable times sharing with our mother, I personally will cherish and remember fondly the dining at the Moose Club or the Bonefish or at her favorite restaurant Heidi’s while listening to some jazz music for entertainment.

It is both sad what we will miss after our beloved mother dies, and  yet joyful to think that she no longer suffers and she is in heaven.  I would like to acknowledge that we each have gone through a lot individually with her.  As we all think about our own personal relationship with our mother, we all have our unique stories and intimacies that make us, her children, her living legacy.  Hopefully at this time we are remembering the good times that brings us all close together in love.