Chanteil Louise Clark peacefully passed to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on June 7th, 2020 at her home with her adoring husband, Craig Taylor, and of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
Chanteil was born into the family of Trudie and Edgar Clark of Waycross, Georgia. Their family increased with older brother Lee Clark of Brunswick, Georgia. She was followed by an adoring little brother Craig Clark who she loved dearly, having donated a kidney that he might live until 2017.
Chanteil’s mother Trudie resides in Blackshear, Georgia, after the passing her loving and admiring husband of 55 years, Edgar in 2019.
Chanteil was blessed by her little sister Carlette Clark and her niece Karlee who came to the home and stood by her during her difficult battle against cancer. Carlette was a caring and compassionate care giver during her struggle, especially during her latter days when she never left her side.
Chanteil and Craig were married for 24 years. They were blessed with three wonderful boys, Ryan Clark Taylor of St. Augustine, Josh Craig Taylor of Schaumburg, IL, and Kyle Ross Taylor of London, England. Chanteil and Craig took the boys and traveled the world as Chanteil led the way.
Craig wants to tell everyone that he evolved into the spiritual being that Chanteil longed for and they raised a family full of love. She was an incredible daughter, sister, mother and friend to many. Most important she was my beautiful wife.
Chanteil leaves us with these words “Fear achieves nothing of value and trust in God diminishes fear.”
A Graveside Service will be held Friday, June 12, 2020, 11 am, at Ponte Vedra Valley, 4750 Palm Valley Road, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL.
Dedication to my Wife
Now she flies, pain gone away
Her soft love is here to stay.
My broken heart will go away someday
But let me cry for Chanteil today
A great love affair between two friends
I feel her now, our love will never end
We made a family, rich with love every day
Now my life will be crazy, never the same
Our boys will miss their mother
I will miss my wife
We made memories around the world
With a loving, incredible life
Her eyes wide and sad,
As she talked of leaving me
Her voice so strong as
She told where she will be.
There was no rescue
Jesus wanted her then
No prayer could keep her
In the end.
The most beautiful woman I’ve ever met
Thirty years together, full of love and life
Its been good, so good
Loving my beautiful wife.
In the end, we cried for the joys,
and times we’ll miss
I said a soft goodbye
With one last kiss
Chanteil is welcomed in heavens lofty wonders
Cloaked in fine threads of the love she gave,
Brightened by colors of love she received,
Music and sights never seen here
Dancing with loved ones so missed and so dear
My broken heart will go away
But let me cry for Chanteil today.